The All-woman Acura Nsx Team Previews A Way Forward For Racing

The all-woman Acura NSX team previews a way forward for racing

DAYTONA, Fla. — There is a team at the 24 Hours of Daytona that's just like any other team, with experienced drivers who rightly earned their spot in the top endurance racing series in America. They are prepared to run a full season in a competitive car, and they even set the fastest time in their class at the pre-season Roar Before the 24 test. The only difference between this team and any other is that its drivers happen to be women. We went to Daytona to talk to them about their journey to the race.

The No. 57 Heinricher Racing with Meyer Shank Racing Acura NSX GT3 Evo team features a roster of talented, experienced drivers: Katherine Legge, Simona de Silvestro, Bia Figueiredo and Christina Nielsen. While there have been four other all-women lineups at Daytona before, the No. 57 team is the first to be considered truly competitive.

Typhoon Pushes Forward Voting On Okinawa Islands

Typhoon pushes forward voting on Okinawa islands

A powerful typhoon approaching Okinawa in southwestern Japan has been forcing residents on some of its remote islands to vote early in its gubernatorial election.

Okinawa is to elect a new leader on Sunday, following the death of former governor Takeshi Onaga.

Mxgp Riders Looking Forward To Loket

MXGP Riders Looking Forward to LoketAfter a three-week break in the calendar, MXGP will return to action this weekend at Loket in the Czech Republic, the same venue that saw Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Jeremy Van Horebeek claim his first ever Grand Prix victory back in 2014. The familiar track has hosted 20 Grand Prixes since 1995 and will host the thirteenth round of the 2017 FIM Motocross World Championship this weekend where both YZ450FM riders Jeremy Van Horebeek and Romain Febvre will be aiming for a spot on the podium.

Honda Goes Fashion Forward With Debut Display Of One-of-a-kind Minnie Van

Honda Goes Fashion Forward with Debut Display of One-of-a-Kind MINNIE VANAttendees at this year's Disney D23 Expo: Ultimate Fan Event will get to enjoy Minnie's polka dots in a whole new way when Honda unveils its one-of-a-kind 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan in Anaheim. Inspired by the magic of Disney and the iconic character Minnie Mouse, Honda has created the MINNIE VAN for display at the 2017 D23 Expo: (https://youtu.be/eFNlHybYDWg). The MINNIE VAN is a one-of-a-kind, pink-polka dot design inspired 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan celebrating Honda's partnership with Disney-ABC and the "Disney Unlock the Magic Sweepstakes": www.Disney.com/unlockthemagic. 

Rumor: Lexus Moving Forward With Production City Car?

Rumor: Lexus Moving Forward with Production City Car?

Japanese website Spyder7 is reporting that Lexus will go forward with a production city car based on the LF-SA concept — here's the rumor, paraphrased:

The body size is likely to be a 5-door style with a total length of about 3950 mm, which is smaller than the CT 200h or the rival Audi A1.

Toyota: Bates Looking Forward To Act Rally

Bates Looking Forward to Act RallyToyota Genuine Parts driver Harry Bates will look to fight back in his 'home' round of the Australian Rally Championship (ARC) in the national capital next month.
Bates won the opening round in Victoria, but two tyre punctures and mechanical problems in Sunday's Heat 2 of the Forest Rally in Western Australia have seen the Corolla driver slip from first to third on points.

Mitsubishi Looking Forward To A Busy Return To The Cv Show

Mitsubishi Looking Forward to a Busy Return to the CV ShowMitsubishi Motors in the UK is looking forward to a busy time at the Commercial Vehicle Show 2016.
The UK's fastest-growing mainstream brand for the past three years will be showcasing a range of car-derived commercial vehicles at the show, which takes place from April 26th to 28th at the Birmingham NEC.

Casio Spring Forward With Casio Latest Timepieces

Casio Spring Forward With Casio Latest TimepiecesDaylight Saving Time (DST) starts on Sunday, March 13 at 1:59:59 a.m. in complying areas across the country which means everyone will lose an hour in their day. Whether preparing for a trip overseas or just an outdoor adventure, Casio America, Inc.has a variety of timepieces, like the latest EDIFICE EQB-510 with Mobile Link Technology and PRO TREK PRW-6000SYT-1(Opens a new window) with Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping, that help consumers stay one step ahead of the time change.