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May 16, 2019

Triumph is developing its first electric motorcycle

British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph has announced a new program that’ll help speed up its development of electric motorbikes. The project, working title TE-1, aims to develop an electric motorcycle powertrain in just two years, and it’s got some…
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April 10, 2019

What You Find When You Look Into Rich Energy, the Mystery Sponsor of America’s F1 Team

This year, the only American team in Formula One debuted with a new look and a new title sponsor. Rich Energy, an “elite” energy drink for “the discerning customer,” stands proud as Haas F1’s partner for the 2019 F1 season. But few can find Rich Energy for sale, and people are having an even harder time finding out…

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March 13, 2019

Here’s Why F1 Drivers Don’t Hit the Wrong Buttons on Their Complicated Steering Wheels

If you’ve ever caught sight of a Formula One car’s steering wheel, chances are you took one look and went, “what the hell?” There are, approximately, one million buttons and dials that each have a different function and each look intimidating as hell. Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 understands that confusion—and they’ve…

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January 10, 2019

YouTube Sim-Racing Streamers Can’t Seem to Escape Copyright Claims From Formula One

As Formula One and its race teams continue trying to outwardly promote and expand esports ostensibly to support F1, things aren’t going as smoothly in the already established sim-racing community online. YouTube users can’t seem to escape allegedly erroneous copyright claims by Formula One Management on their gaming…

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