GreenBox Releases Record-Breaking Q3 2021 Financial Results

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[SHOT 2022] Radian Releases Ramjet (and Afterburner)

I have to admit to being a bit of a Radian fanboy. The Raptor charging handle is second to none in my opinion, and I have one in each of my ARs at home. It looks like there might be two more Radian products coming to my personal guns, the Ramjet barrel, and Afterburner micro-compensator.
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A Porsche/Andretti tie-up could be huge for Formula E

The newly independent Avalanche Andretti team has been exploring a technical partnership with Porsche for the 2023 and 2024 Formula E seasons despite doubts still remaining about whether the VW Group brand will stay through the full Gen3 rules era. The deal, which is believed to be close, would mean...
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Maserati: back to racing

Maserati today announces the first step in its motorsport strategy and will make its debut in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship in 2023. With motorsport in its genes and rooted in the spirit of pure competition, Maserati is the first Italian brand to compete in Formula E. The return to the track renews the racing spirit in Maserati’s DNA.

AMD employee confirms Navi 24’s primary use is in laptops with Rembrandt APUs

AMD’s latest low-end GPU launch has been painted by limited performance, lack of encoding capabilities, and issues with limited PCIe lanes. The GPU maker’s decision to launch a low-end mobile GPU as the desktop had a disastrous effect. Reviewers have commonly expressed their negative conclusions on AMD’s 199 USD desktop card. Not only was the card hardly available at MSRP outside of the US, but it also somehow went out of stock.
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Meet the World's First Flying Racing Car Pilots, Set to Be the First of Many

Airspeeder has announced its first three pilots for its new series of eVTOL racing. The first three racers come from different backgrounds, and each of them was successful in the branch before joining the EXA series, including drone racers and conventional motorsport. Emily Duggan, Australia's most successful female racing driver,...

Goddard: I feel that the Camaro and Mustang are very similar.

Zane Goddard enjoys the opportunity to work with both Dick Johnson Racing and Triple Eight Race Engineering while testing Gen3 machines at the Queensland Raceway, making him the first driver to drive both the Mustang and Camaro. rice field. Goddard has been in the Supercars Championship at Matt Stone Racing...

Bird signs a new FE contract with Jaguar; Armstrong joins Hitech GP in F2

Sam Bird and Jaguar Racing have inked a deal to remain together in Formula E, as Marcus Armstrong joins Hitech GP in F2. Bird joined Jaguar last year alongside long-term runner Mitch Evans. He finished sixth in the drivers’ standings with wins against his name straight up in the first year together. He is to stay with them for this season and now also beyond it.

ASRock Z690 PG Velocita Motherboard Review

ASRock's Z690 PG Velocita is a gamers motherboard at heart with the Intel Killer networking suite. Join us as we investigate. ASRock is the last of the big four vendors to send over an Intel Z690 platform for us to test and review. The PG Velocita is an upper mid-range platform sitting under the Taichi, but above the Extreme, Steel Legend, and Pro series. It also happens to be one of the first Z690 boards to have the Intel Killer Suite that includes the AX1675 for WiFi6e and E3100G 2.5Gbe LAN.

Drivers react to "handful" Gen3 Supercars

Davison was one of four drivers in action yesterday for the first of two days of testing at QR for the Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro prototypes. He was joined by Zane Goddard in the Dick Johnson Racing-built Mustang, while Goddard, Shane van Gisbergen and Broc Feeney all cut laps in the Triple Eight-built Camaro.

Why Mercedes’ Formula E under-the-radar reshuffle matters

To the outside world at least, reigning Formula E champion Mercedes EQ has retained that magic ingredient heading into its final season as a manufacturer: continuity. As it postures for a title defence it has surface stability in its driver line-up, its management, and its engineering cell – a well-planned change of engineer for Stoffel Vandoorne aside. This involves Marius Meier-Diedrich, who left for Porsche last autumn, being replaced by Nick Cassidy’s former engineer at Envision Virgin Racing, Stephen Lane.

Supercars relishing total ownership model

The category was sold off by former majority owner Archer Capital last year, the RACE consortium winning out in a months-long bidding process. As part of the sale the ownership model of the category underwent a significant change, RACE not just buying Archer's 65 per cent of the business, but also taking control of the 35 per cent that was collectively owned by the teams.

Goddard compares Gen3 Mustang, Camaro prototypes

Zane Goddard’s status as a free agent has given him the rare opportunity to test both of Supercars’ Gen3 prototypes from Ford and Chevrolet. Goddard, who contested his first full season in the Repco Supercars Championship with Matt Stone Racing in 2021, is without a full-time drive in the main game this year.

AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT may run slower on PCIe Gen3 systems

The HardwareUnboxed portal is investigating a possible problem with the upcoming entry-level Radeon RX 6500 XT ASMD card that will go on sale in just 2 days. It is known that the Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics card will have a PCIe Express interface limited to four lanes, and this is what could be causing problems in somewhat outdated systems.

Supercars wants to race outside Australia again

Howard made his intention to take Supercars beyond Aussie shores clear during a briefing with media today, shortly after he was announced as the category's latest CEO. Having led the operational line on past trips to China, the Middle East and the US over the past two decades, he says it's time to revisit international opportunities after several years of focus solely on Australia and New Zealand.

India firms as a future destination for Formula E

Formula E could soon break new ground following the signing of a Letter Of Intent to bring the world championship to India. An agreement was made between Formula E and the Telangana State regarding a possible future E-Prix in the city of Hyderabad. Formula E already has an Indian presence...

New 'international strategy' supports global expansion

New Supercars CEO Shane Howard has highlighted a return to overseas races as part of an "international strategy". The experienced Howard was confirmed Monday as the latest CEO, and will commence in the role in February. A key part of Howard’s long and decorated tenure in Supercars has been overseeing...

Brown blown away by 'awesome' Gen3 appeal

Erebus Motorsport driver Will Brown completed his first test laps of 2022 on Tuesday, aboard the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Gen3 prototype. Brown attended the second of four test days of the Camaro and the Ford Mustang GT Gen3 prototypes at Queensland Raceway on Tuesday. Along with new Red Bull Ampol...