Sharp Electronics Europe today announced a sponsorship agreement with one of the world’s top professional cycling teams, Team Garmin, as the world-leading technology provider continues to position its brand centre of the European stage. Owned and managed by Slipstream Sports, the team will become Garmin Sharp from the 2012 Tour de France, starting on June 30.
Judged by senior Japanese management within the company, the awards are presented in recognition of worldwide distributor performance for the Japanese financial year ending March 2012.
Toyota retains the number one position in the second annual "Best Global Green Brands" report published by Interbrand today. The report gauges the gap between public perception of a brand's environmental performance (or "green image") compared to actual environmental practices using publicly available data and information.
Triple Olympic gold medalist and multi world record holder Usain Bolt can run 100 meters in 9.58 seconds. He also discovered that when driving the Nissan GT-R that he can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds. So the Olympic gold medalist and world's fastest man bought the GT-R. Now when he's not running, he still has the capability to go fast. Really fast.
The cab, based on Nissan's successful NV200 van, is set to debut on the streets of New York in October 2013, six years after the Taxi of Tomorrow project kicked off.
The 2012 Global RallyCross Championship (GRC) kicked off this weekend within the immense confines of the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Subaru PUMA Rallycross Team was there to do battle amongst a total of 17 participating Rallycross teams. Seasoned team drivers Dave Mirra and Sverre Isachsen, as well as Rallycross rookie Bucky Lasek piloted their race-prepared Subaru WRX STIs against stiff competition on a unique road course incorporating parts of the oval at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina.