Month: March 2020

11:53 PM ET Laine Clark Supercars great Mark Skaife admits the 2020 season may not resume until at least late July but says a full schedule can be completed with back-to-back, two-day meets – even if it has to run into next year. Supercars CEO Sean Seamer has pencilled in a June return at Winton
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Organisers said the Detroit Auto Show will be held in June 2021 again. New Delhi: Following the cancellation of Geneva Motor Show and New York Motor Show, this time Detroit Auto Show too got postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The event is the third large-scale auto show that is being cancelled due to Covid-19
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More than 7 lakh BS4 two-, four-wheelers and trucks worth approximately Rs 6,400 crore remain unsold Supreme Court allows FADA to sell these BS4 vehicles from April 15 to April 24, as there is a nationwide lockdown till April 14 Original deadline to complete sale and registration of BS4 vehicles was March 31, with only
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Mar 20, 2020 IndyCar and iRacing are teaming up to stage six virtual races with current drivers in the series beginning March 28, IndyCar announced Friday. The announcement also hinted at the possibility of “special guests” competing in the events, which will take place while the series has suspended its schedule through April due to
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Rally Mexico organisers say the third World Rally Championship round of 2020 will go ahead as planned despite coronavirus fears, as the event is “fully aligned with national guidelines”. To date, Mexico has been fortunate enough to see just a dozen reported cases of COVID-19 among its population of almost 129 million – none of
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The third-largest tractor manufacturer of the country employs around 10,000 employees including permanent and contract workers. The company has the capacity to produce three-lakh tractors annually. NEW DELHI: In order to support its staff, executives and contract workers, homegrown tractor manufacturer Sonalika International Tractors have already paid salary and wages for all its employees working
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MotoGP has clarified its homologation rules for engines and aerodynamic fairings amid the coronavirus shutdown, with the cancelled Qatar race the point at which the rules are being enforced. MotoGP’s current technical regulations stipulate that engines and the first of two allowed aero fairings for all non-concession manufacturers (Yamaha, Honda, Ducati, Suzuki) must be homologated
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