It's road-course time on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit, with Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 set for the winding 1.99-mile track at Sonoma Raceway in Northern California. But before we get to that race, the field has to be set throughShow More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns Sunday, a few weeks removed from watching Joey Logano punch his ticket to the Chase, where he'll lead all drivers into the Toyota Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. Logano got some serious competition last week from Chase Elliott and others, but notable names such as Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. Despite the fact that the recently unveiled Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid doesn’t possess much of an all-electric range — and doesn’t on the surface appear to be a serious attempt to competeShow More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to Sonoma Raceway June 26 for the Toyota / Save Mart 350. Sonoma is the first of two road-course circuits NASCAR will compete at this season. Sonoma, Calif., is home to one of the most unique race tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule. Show More Summary
A jackrabbit crossed Kyle Busch’s path during practice, meeting an unfavorable outcome. Kyle Busch struck a wayward jackrabbit that darted onto the track and in the path of his No. 18 Toyota during practice Friday at Sonoma Raceway. The incident occurred in the second of two practice sessions, with Busch in the midst of a mock qualifying lap. Show More Summary
Today Microsoft, in partnership with NASCAR, debuted their first race management app, which will be used this weekend for the Toyota – Save Mart 350. Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer, and Microsoft’s Mike Downey, the principle architect of the app briefly presented the app on Friday, which brings six […]
This car set a Pikes Peak record that stood for 13 years. Check out our gallery of Rod Millen's epic 1994 Toyota Celica hillclimb car. Continue reading Rod Millen's 1994 Toyota Celica makes a return to Pikes Peak Rod Millen's 1994 Toyota Celica makes a return to Pikes Peak originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 24 Jun 2016 12:01:00 EDT. Show More Summary
More than 100 owners claim to have experienced unexpected steering pull while driving.
Waste management, according to Toyota’s Ryan McMullan, is the “gateway drug” to employee engagement on environmental sustainability initiatives. At Environmental Leader’s conference, McMullan, who is Toyota Motor Sale’s environmental...Show More Summary
Poised to win its first ever 24 Hours of Le Mans last weekend, tragedy struck for Toyota as its leading #5 TS050 Hybrid prototype competing in the premier LMP1 category suddenly lost power in the closing minutes of the race. Details are now starting to emerge on what exactly went wrong with the car. In a post-race update, Toyota revealed that a...
Two game-changing car-related events happened in Japan in 1997. The Toyota Prius brought production hybrid cars to the masses for the first time and Polyphony Digital producer Kazunori Yamauchi launched the mother of all driving games, Gran Turismo. The Prius sparked a boom in gasoline-electric powered automobiles globally while Gran [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Two of NASCAR’s national series are in action this upcoming weekend, with the Sprint Cup Series running the Toyota/SaveMart 350 at Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway, the first road course race of the year for the series, and the Camping World Truck Series heading to Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Ill., near St. Louis [...]
Cal State has contracted to install 12-MWh worth of Tesla Powerpacks. JAC considers building EVs in Bulgaria. Toyota delivered Norway's first Mirai to Uno-X Hydrogen. Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up: Toyota delivers first Mirai toShow More Summary
Toyota has discovered what caused its Le Mans racer to stall out.
Google's latest robot can load your dishwasher while melting your heart. Boston Dynamics, the robotics company that Google is reportedly selling to Toyota, just released a new video of its SpotMini robot. The small all-electric botShow More Summary
Toyota lost the 24 Hours of Le Mans due to a faulty air line connector that cut control to the turbocharger. Continue reading Toyota reveals cause of heartbreaking failure at Le Mans Toyota reveals cause of heartbreaking failure at Le Mans originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 23 Jun 2016 11:52:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Jalopnik’s first ever 25-hour party went off without a hitch, which is more than I can say for Toyota. The LeManstravaganza , presented by Porsche, brought hundreds of people together to watch the festivities and a surprising number actually stuck around for the whole damn thing. Here’s what you missed if you weren’t here. Read more...
The Toyota RAV4 got a “poor” passenger-side rating, and the Subaru Forester and Nissan Rogue only “marginal,” in crash tests conducted by a safety group.
The Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue would receive 'poor' and 'marginal' ratings for passenger-side impacts, despite 'good' ratings for the driver.
Porsche reflects on its 18th victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours following late-race drama for rivals Toyota.