2017 Articles #StelvioAutomotive


In celebration of the 25th article, Stelvio Automotive takes a look back at one of the happiest memories in modern sport, the story of Luca Filippi and the trials and the comeback of the 2011/12 GP2 Seasons. By Sean Smith

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As Season 4 of Formula E begins tonight in Hong Kong, Stelvio Automotive looks at what has occurred in the series and why as it is actually hurting the exact automotive industry it’s supposed to save. By Sean Smith

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What do you get when you cross a Mitsubishi Evo X with a tiny Malaysian 5 door hatchback? Something Awesome! Today, Stelvio Automotive takes a look at Proton and the pocket rocket looking to win the second tier of the WRC, the Iriz R5. By Sean Smith

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MotoGP 2017 has been a spectacle to behold as Ducati finally made the championship a dynamic, 3-way battle with Yamaha and Honda. Today, Stelvio Automotive looks in depth at the rider who could yet decide the championship, but should also be there to win himself, Ducati’s 3rd rider, Michele Pirro. By Sean Smith

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MotoGP is the pinnacle of motorbike racing with the big names of Rossi, Marquez and Lorenzo on the tips of the media’s lips. But today Stelvio Automotive looks deeper into the sport to find the best riders not currently on the grid who deserve their opportunity. By Sean Smith

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Stelvio Automotive looks back at the biggest race in the motorsport world and how this year’s event may go down as the greatest disappointment in racing history; unless your name was Jackie Chan. By Sean Smith

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This week Sony released WipEout, the Omega Collection, today, Stelvio Automotive looks into the world where Formula 1 is dead and the Anti-Gravity Racing League and Plasma cannons rule the racing scene. By Sean Smith

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Last week saw the 101st running of the Indy 500, America's Great Race. Stelvio Automotive rounds up the action that included crashes, infinitely more overtakes than F1 in Monaco and a surprise winner. By Sean Smith

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10 years ago, Jaguar were virtually bankrupt, today they’re recording record sales and challenging the might of the Germans in almost all sectors of the car market. This week, Stelvio Automotive looks back at the car which saved the biggest of the UK’s big cats from extinction, the Jaguar XF. By Sean Smith

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The new F1 season has already seen plenty of new storylines and talking points and its only 3 races in. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the Ferrari reserve who got his surprise debut in Australia, Antonio Giovinazzi. By Sean Smith

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In the final motorsport preview of 2017 Stelvio Automotive delves into the World Endurance Championship to give the rundown on the LMP1, LMP2 and GTE classes to give the lowdown on the changes and what to expect for the new season. By Sean Smith

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Unfortunately, due to their F1 involvement, Honda is not the first name that you think of when you're considering the best Hybrid car maker out on the market. Today, Stelvio Automotive leaps to the rescue of the multi-billion dollar Japanese firm to show 3 examples of when Honda DO get Hybrid technology right. By Sean Smith

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