Presentation of the MERCEDES GP PETRONAS Formula 1 team

F1 2011 Lotus Racing Team - Lotus Cosworth T127 Reveal

In London Lotus Racing Team presented their new race car, the Lotus Cosworth T127 along side their new drivers Jarno Trulli, Heikki Kovalainen and Fairuz Fauzy. Mike Gascoyne and the drivers gave an insight on their expectation on the upcoming season.

F1 2011 Lotus-Renault Reveal

F1 2011 Lotus-Renault Reveal at the Autosport International Car Show in Birmingham on January 14th, 2011

F1 2011 Ferrari Scuderia F150 Reveal & Info

F1 2011 Ferrari Scuderia F150 2011 SCUDERIA FERRARI F150 TECHNICAL SPECS: CHASSIS. ■Carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure ■Gearbox: Ferrari longitudinal gearbox ■Differential: Limited-slip differential ■Command: Semiautomatic sequential electronically controlled gearbox — quick shift ■Number of gears: 7 +Reverse ■Brakes: Brembo ventilated carbon-fibre disc brakes ■Suspension: Independent suspension, push-rod activated torsion springs front and rear ■Weight with water, lubricant and driver: 640 kg ■BBS Wheels (front and rear): 13″ ENGINE. ■Type: [...]

F1 2011 Vodafone McLaren Mercedes reveal of the MP4-26 - 3D Render

This is a full render of the VodaFone McLaren Mercedes MP4-26 In 3D at max graphics full 1080 HD desktop using Fraps to record.

F1 2011 Vodafone McLaren Mercedes reveal of the MP4-26 - In the hands of fans

In a unique event attended by hundreds of fans, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes brought together members of the public to construct and reveal its new MP4-26 chassis, the team’s challenger for the 2011 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Exclusive footage from various POV including the fans that brought parts to the reveal (including the content they captured on their phones) plus shots taken from the car, both Lewis and Jenson’s lapels [...]

How Good Is Your Graphic Card? Test It Out With Miranda Lambert

How day’s we have multi-megabit, paid per month, broadband and as a result we now want our on-line video’s and TV-On-Demand at a much higher quality, and in some better than the quality we get on TV, but even though our broadband came serve us these video’s just as fast as we can watch them, can our Graphics Cards cope with the higher video quality of service’s like YouTube HD?

“MIT chemists Daniel Nocera and Matthew Kanan discover a new catalyst that speeds up the splitting of water into oxygen and hydrogen. The discovery may heighten interest in pollution-free fuel cell vehicles, which generate energy by combining hydrogen and oxygen chemically, emitting only water. The catalyst, made from cheap materials and working in ordinary water, may also make it easier to convert sunlight into chemical fuels, storing solar energy in [...]

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