Jordan Anderson Racing NASCAR Xfinity Series Race Overview- Kansas Speedway

– Starting Position; 30-year-old Team Owner/ Driver Jordan Anderson of Forest Acres, S.C., will start the Kansas Lottery 300 from the 27th position at Kansas Speedway on Saturday afternoon. Due to no practice or qualifying the starting lineup was calculated by the competition-based performance metrics system; fastest lap in the previous race 15 percent, driver finish from previous race 25 percent, owner points 25 percent, and driver points 35 percent.
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Acura Logos Are Back on F1 Cars at the Grand Prix In Austin, Texas

Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Alpha Tauri Formula 1 cars will look a bit different from previous races this weekend during the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. The Acura logo will prevail on the wings of all four cars, marking the return of Honda's performance division to F1 in over a decade, at least in sponsorship form.
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K-Powered: An Accord Euro R With Boost

Sat idling before me, the brutality of the last 60 seconds seems even more perplexing. The demonic roar of rubber failing miserably to grip tarmac has now subsided, instead replaced by a familiar throaty growl. This Honda Accord Euro R has shown its hand, and I’m enthralled. When thoughts turn...
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From the archives: the bonkers Honda NSX-GT at Zolder

Hurtling past a pit wall at 170mph with sweat trickling into the corners of my eyes, my surroundings morph into a Matrix-style freeze frame. I’m left alone with the thudding sound of arteries coursing oxygen-rich blood through my entire system and the solid voice of reason echoing in my brain.

W Series points leader Powell considering American open-wheel turn

Alice Powell heads into this weekend’s W Series championship finale at Circuit of The Americas with the lead in the drivers’ standings and a desire to continue her open-wheel career in bigger and faster machinery. The native of England would love for that journey to reach the NTT IndyCar Series.

Owner Puts 330,000 Miles on Acura NSX: 'I Love Driving It Too Much'

If you drove just one car for 17 years, you could do a lot worse than a first gen Honda NSX. For many people, sports cars are delicate investments, to be treasured and looked at but rarely driven. Garage queens are a common sight at car shows around the world; machines of potent performance left to prance and never wail. That's not the philosophy that Sean lives by, though. He's a man who has driven his first-generation Acura NSX to a truly legendary 400,000 miles. To him, it's the daily driver of a lifetime.

Acura is throwing its logo back into Formula 1 at the US GP

It's been a hot minute -- or rather, over a decade -- since we last saw the Acura logo on a Formula 1 car, but on Wednesday, the company announced it'll be back as an F1 sponsor for this weekend's US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. Honda's fancy, performance-oriented kissin' cousin is also slapping its logo on the driving suits and helmets of Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez as well as those of Team AlphaTauri drivers Pierre Gasly and Yuiki Tsunoda.
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1992 Acura NSX Owner Clocks 400,000 Miles on the Original Engine

Sean, who goes by the name of lonewolfdrifter on Instagram, has posted a photograph of the 400,000-mile odometer of his 1992 Acura NSX. Typical of a Honda-developed engine, the free-breathing V6 is the original unit. “I never post about my car, but that's only because I'm too busy driving it,”...
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Bold Formula Red 41k-Mile 1997 Acura NSX-T Will Gladly Show an Icon's Worth

Since the current second-generation Acura NSX Type S is acting as the swan song not only for the hybrid version but potentially also for the entire series as an ICE representative, it’s time to collect. And if you say gas, then it’s the first generation. 29 photos. If the hints...

Honda-powered teams to run Acura branding in US Grand Prix

Acura will also appear on the race suits and helmet visors of all four drivers. The Acura logo was first seen in F1 on the visors of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna at the 1989 USA Grand Prix and was last worn by the Honda team’s Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello in Canada in 2007.

5 Supercars Named After Famous Formula 1 Drivers

Sometimes a car name serves a practical function, like the BMW 325i. It’s short and only three numbers, but it tells you the size of the car and what type of engine it has. Other car manufacturers go a different route and choose a noun to represent their car, like the Lamborghini Murcielago.

2022 Acura RDX costs a little more to start, PMC Edition climbs to $55,295

Acura revealed the 2022 RDX's updates earlier this year, which include a fancy PMC Edition, but this past Friday, we learned how much it will cost. The SUV will start at $40,345 for a base trim with front-wheel drive. Climb all the way up the trim hierarchy and you arrive at the aforementioned PMC Edition. The price tag checks in at $55,295.

Double Victories, Historic Win for Acura Drivers at Indianapolis Endurance Run

The #77 Compass Racing trio of Ashton Harrison, Mario Farnbacher and Matt McMurry took Silver Cup class honors today in their Acura NSX GT3 Evo at the Indianapolis 8 Hour Intercontinental GT Challenge. The class win followed a breakthrough victory earlier in the day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as Harrison and McMurry claimed the overall and Pro/Am class win in the opening three-hour Fanatec GT World Challenge America portion of the race.

[NSX-T 3.1.x] Migrating DHCP Leases from NSX-V to NSX-T 3.1.x

Is there a way to manually migrate DHCP leases from one product to another? I have a few DHCP servers still on NSX-V and am looking for a programmatical way to migrate them to NSX-T. I have looked into the REST API for 3.1.x and could not find a suitable...

Re: NSX T evaluation license on NSX DC

Can I apply the NSX-T evaluation license to NSX DC Enterprise Plus?. Beginning with NSX-T Data Center 3.1, the NSX license editions that you have assigned to your NSX-T Data Center deployment determine which features you can access in the Policy mode of the NSX Manager user interface. If you have multiple editions of licenses, NSX Manager uses the highest license edition that is applicable.