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The Future of Steering (Wheels)
Will self-driving, or autonomous, vehicles mark the end of steering wheels?
Blog Published: 3/18/2014
Building Brembo Brakes for F1
Although stories about Formula One racing typically include pictures of exotically shaped carbon fiber structures in exotic locales— --here’s something that is exotic in its own way and made of carbon, albeit not fiber in the body panel sense: ...
Blog Published: 3/21/2013
Putting the Brakes on Separate Systems
One of the issues related to implementing new technology in cars is that there is a tendency for things to be additive, which means that you have A, add B, then C. . .and before you know it, you have a whole lot of separate things, many of which hav...
Blog Published: 11/5/2012
SEMA Sees Improvements Rolling
While recent OEM sales numbers have shown continued strength and indicate a slow-but-sure recovery in the auto segment, another data point is worth noting in this regard.
Blog Published: 5/16/2012
Jeeps Modified for Moab
On Easter morning in Moab, Utah, when the population of that exceedingly-hard-to-get-to town in one of the most beautiful settings on Earth has more than doubled, some people won’t be hunting for Easter eggs, but will be trying to get a good look at...
Blog Published: 4/12/2011

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