Posts Tagged ‘crash’

The Place of Ford in Britain’s Car Industry


With seven separate locations and over five hundred and fifty dealerships, Ford is the UK’s biggest motor company. This is in addition to Ford’s several large production plants, where vehicles, engines, parts, components and transmissions are manufactured. Overall, Ford in Britain employ approximately 35,000 people in product development, manufacturing, sales, marketing, and service roles. Ford has been Britain’s best-selling car brand for over thirty years, and Ford cars have been leaders in the commercial vehicle market since 1965. With around 440,000 cars and other commercial vehicles sold every year, Ford is a major presence in Britain’s car industry.

Big Camaro Crash at Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series 2011


Big Camaro Crash at Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series 2011 - Muscle Cars Blog

Big crash between Joe Foster and Gunter Schaldach at the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series 2011 in Road America. Watch the video after the jump!

Bumblebee Camaro Crashes During Filming


DC Police Chevy Suburban responding to emergency call somehow gets inside a closed set and has a collision with the Bumblebee Camaro being used to film the Transformers 3 movie. This was not in the script or part of the movie. – The Ultimate Blog for American Muscle Cars and Muscle Vehicles

Gymkhana THREE, Part 2; Ultimate Playground; l’Autodrome, France


We just couldn’t miss this out. Shot just south of Paris, France in Linas at l’Autodrome de Linas –Montlhéry, this 1.58 mile oval track, built in 1924, features banks as steep as 51 degrees, which is more than double the standard incline of most NASCAR ovals. Chosen by Ken for this specific reason, the ramp-like banking proved to be a unique and exciting challenge. The driving physics for the stunts performed were totally unknown until Ken attempted the maneuvers during filming. – The Ultimate Blog for American Muscle Cars and Muscle Vehicles

Tiger Woods’ Crashed GM


Some people call this car crash the most expensive one in history. What’s more – Tiger Woods has lost millions of dollars from sponsors who dropped or limited their use of his likeness in their marketing after news of his affairs. What’s next – General Motors has restricted their sponsorship.

After the accident in November in which he crashed a Cadillac Escalade, registered to G.M., outside his home in Florida his problems emerged. USA Today reported on Tuesday that General Motors ended the agreement with Tiger Woods two weeks ago. Dayna Hart, a spokeswoman for Buick, confirmed the news on Wednesday: “Our loan arrangement with him was contracted to end Dec. 31, 2009.”