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Ep. 338: The Silliest F1 Silly Season Yet!

We dive into all the driver and team principle changes occurring in F1, post 2022 season. As well as touch on the upcoming endurance racing season.

  • Daniel Ricciardo is a Red Bull Racing reserve driver and more
  • Team principles are silly too now?
  • What do we think of an American driver returning to the sport
  • A quick look at the upcoming endurance racing season
  • Robin’s You Tube Channel: Robin Warner
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2023 Honda HR-V Review: Right Sized SUV

The Honda HR-V grew nearly nine inches for this second generation model. And, in doing so, it gained a lot more uses that are user friendly.

For its second-generation, Honda sent the HR-V to the gym and fed it a strict, protein rich diet. For 2023, it returns bigger, stronger, and more capable in most every attribute. Now built from the latest Honda Civic platform, the HR-V gets a 2.0-liter engine to replace the 1.8-liter and up to 55 cubic feet of cargo room with the second row folded. EX-L trims get a decent hunk of luxury too.

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What to Expect in the New 2023 Toyota Prius

Toyota revealed the fifth-generation dedicated hybrid compact car at the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show, and show a more revolutionary vehicle than any previous Prius.

A month after giving media the chance to experience the Toyota Crown—the Japanese mega brand’s new flagship sedan—we now see a similar swoopy shape in the all-new Prius. It’s a departure, a big one. Previous attempts to give the Prius more eye-appeal have, frankly, failed. But not here.

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Infiniti QX60 Sensory AWD Review: Luxury Work Horse

A three-row crossover SUV that retains the more rugged roots of the Nissan Pathfinder.

If you need the utility of a Nissan Pathfinder, but in a more posh package, the Infiniti QX60 is tailor made for you. The underlying chassis and equipment remain largely the same, which means you get lots of space for stuff and a towing capacity of up to 6000 lbs. But it does so in a more stylish skin, with a few luxuries tucked away inside. Massage anyone?

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Are You Ready for GM to Only Sell EVs by 2035?

I asked GM CEO, Mary Barra, about how customers will embrace this new GM EV reality at a Detroit APA event.

Early in 2021, Mary Barra explained that GM is committed to only selling zero-tailpipe-emission vehicles by 2035 for all of its light duty models. That, effectively, means only selling battery electric power by that time. Though, theoretically, fuel-cell and some yet to be discovered biofuel could also meet that target.

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Acura MDX Type S Review: Family Life with a Little Spice!

A three-row crossover SUV with a turbo V-6 and a sport tuned air suspension will kick up any family-life dish a notch.

Adding another nameplate to the Type S line-up, the MDX Type S gives the enthusiast with a family something to enjoy. And sure, bring the kids. Based on the fourth generation MDX, released in 2022, the sporting SUV starts with a strong structure and well tuned chassis. Add in easily adaptable ergonomics and premium feel, there’s a lot to like.

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Ep. 337: Return of the Hulk? At Haas??

That and more silly season news. Plus how much money did Red Bull Racing spend in 2021? Many eyebrows are raised ahead of the final budget certification

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Ep. 336: IMSA Petit Le Mans Finale this Weekend

Ahead of Petit Le Mans, I talk with Ricky Taylor, Driver of the Acura ARX-05 DPi car for Wayne Taylor Racing about his chances of securing the 2022 Championship.

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2023 Acura Integra Review: Acura Returns to Its Roots.

Critically, the Acura Integra A-Spec with Technology Package offers a manual transmission and fun to drive personality.

Acura brought back the Integra name after shelving it 22 years ago. And, just as the original Integra did, this is built from the Civic sedan with a new body a few Acura Integra parts.For 2023, the Hyundai Palisade is updated, with tweaked styling on the front and rear, an updated interior, and adding technology. The changes combine to give you a fantastic driving experience, all while still playing the value card compared to its many competitors.

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