[15 Oct 2012 | One Comment | Posted By:Vivek]
Maruti Alto 800 – Newest Alto is here

The Alto variant of Maruti has been hugely successful with both the original Alto and the Alto K10 that followed really selling in great numbers. The 800 cc cars from Maruti has been unrivaled in the small car segment ever since the launch of the Maruti 800  and if anything is to be made out of the huge number of pre-bookings the Alto 800 has seen even before the official launch was made, the newest variant of the Alto is already a winner.
The new Alto 800 has some minute changes in the …

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[5 Nov 2012 | Comments Off | Posted By:Dileep|]
2012 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Winner – Kimi Räikkönen. Team – Lotus-Renault. Laps – 55. Time – 1:45:58.667.

After looking likely to win a race all season-long, they have finally managed one at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Kimi Räikkönen and Lotus-Renault. Yes, luck did have a role to play in it as the race leader Lewis Hamilton retired mid-way through handing the lead to Kimi. But, he sure was there at the right place at the right time. He even managed to up his pace towards the end, as Fernando Alonso tried to put him under some pressure. But, the real hero of the evening was Sebastian Vettel who climbed all the way from last on the starting grid, to finish on the podium. Even if not for anything else, he does deserve the 2012 championship for this drive.

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[29 Oct 2012 | Comments Off | Posted By:Dileep|]
2012 Formula 1 Airtel Indian Grand Prix

Winner – Sebastian Vettel. Team – Red Bull Racing-Renault. Laps – 60. Time – 1:31:10.744.

Sebastian Vettel won his fourth race in a row, as he has ensured he has one hand on the 2012 Drivers’ World Championship already. But, Fernando Alonso might not quite agree with that opinion, and he managed to finish next-best. But if he has to win the Championship, he’ll have to beat Vettel in the coming races. Mark Webber was the P3 finisher. Fourth and fifth were the McLaren pair – Lewis Hamilton ahead of Jenson Button. Felippe Massa finished sixth.

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[29 Oct 2012 | Comments Off | Posted By:Dileep|]
Airasia Australian Grand Prix 2012

Winner – Casey Stoner. Team – Repsol Honda Team. Time – 41’01.324.

Casey Stoner was ready for one final encore, before he hangs up his MotoGP racing helmet at the end of the year. As always, he was in dominating form at his home circuit in Phillip Island, Australia. And, we have the official confirmation on the 2012 MotoGP World Champion – it is Jorge Lorenzo for Yamaha Factory Racing team. He came up with yet another 2nd place finish, while main championship rival went down in a crash while fighting for the race lead. Cal Crutchlow took the third step on the podium for Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team, and his team mate Andre Dovizioso followed him home.

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[22 Oct 2012 | Comments Off | Posted By:Dileep|]
Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2012

Winner – Dani Pedrosa. Team – Repsol Honda Team. Time – 29’29.049.

Dani Pedrosa kept hunting down Jorge Lorenzo, but perhaps time is running out for him now. Nevertheless, he won another race here at Sepang. However, Lorenzo was in peak damage-limiting form as he finished right behind Dani. Dani still has a mathematical chance of winning the World Championship, with two more rounds to go in the 2012 season. This is easily the most closely-fought championship battle in the last few years. Casey Stoner got back into the mix of things, as he finished third. They were followed by the Ducati pairing of Nicky Hayden and Valentino Rossi.

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[15 Oct 2012 | Comments Off | Posted By:Dileep|]
Airasia Grand Prix Of Japan 2012

Winner – Dani Pedrosa. Team – Repsol Honda Team. Time – 42’10.444.

Dani Pedrosa has been unbelievably consistent in the last few races, and he picked up yet another win at Japan. Jorge Lorenzo’s been having a super consistent run himself, and this has not allowed any rider to get a clear lead in the Championship. Lorenzo again came home P2. Alvaro Bautista was the winner of the battle for the last podium position. Casey Stoner was back, but he could only manage P5. He might have been a little rusty, or perhaps lacking in motivation as he has already (shockingly) announced his retirement at the end of the season.

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