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Nuovi servizi PAI

Posted: 21 Sep 2018 03:31 AM PDT

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Su Telegram è attiva la chat Passione Auto Italiane, il canale Passione Auto Italiane e potete contattarmi direttamente con MatteoVolpe. Oltre alla mail redazionewm@outlook.com e la pagina Facebook e Instagram Passione Auto Italiane. 
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FCA partecipa alla 31esima edizione di BI-MU

Posted: 21 Sep 2018 02:16 AM PDT

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Dal 9 al 13 ottobre, presso la fieramilano Rho, si svolgerà la 31esima edizione di BI-MU, la più importante manifestazione italiana dedicata all'industria costruttrice di macchine utensili a asportazione e deformazione, robot, automazione, digital manufacturing, tecnologie ausiliarie e tecnologie abilitanti.

Al prestigioso evento - saranno presenti oltre 1000 aziende, in rappresentanza di 27 Paesi, e sono attesi più di settantamila visitatori - parteciperà il gruppo FCA con la sua divisione dedicata al cliente business che vanta una delle più ampie e articolate gamme a lui riservate: dalla vettura sportiva al fuoristrada, dal veicolo da lavoro fin all'auto di rappresentanza.

In particolare, nel padiglione 13 (Area D79), il pubblico potrà ammirare due modelli Alfa Romeo straordinari: Stelvio, il primo SUV nella storia del brand, e la berlina sportiva Giulia, capostipite della nuova generazione del marchio. Espressione del miglior Made in Italy, le due vetture si dimostrano la scelta giusta sia per l'attività lavorativa sia per il tempo libero, come dimostrano anche le versioni Business che soddisfano le esigenze professionali senza però rinunciare al carattere esclusivo e sportivo dei due  modelli. Inoltre, sullo stand sarà possibile conoscere tutte le soluzioni, incluse quelle di noleggio e finanziarie, studiate dal Gruppo appositamente per i clienti business.

I partecipanti alla manifestazione BI-MU potranno anche provare nell'area test drive, allestita all'esterno dei padiglioni, alcuni dei modelli dei marchi FCA, tra i quali la nuova Fiat 500X che è stata rinnovata nel design, con nuovi fari Full Led, e adotta la nuova generazione di motori FireFly turbo - consentono una riduzione di consumi fino al 20% rispetto ai precedenti motori a benzina - e sistemi di connettività e infotainment avanzati, oltre ai nuovi sistemi di assistenza alla guida che la rendono la vettura Fiat più tecnologica di sempre. Completano le vetture messe a disposizione per i test drive Fiat Tipo, moderna e affidabile in grado di soddisfare qualunque richiesta di mobilità aziendale, e alcuni esemplari di Giulia e Stelvio, il meglio della sportività Alfa Romeo per vivere emozioni uniche.
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Fiat Professional al Salone di Hannover

Posted: 21 Sep 2018 01:01 AM PDT

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Brad Keselowski wins NASCAR Playoff opener at Las Vegas in overtime

Posted: 20 Sep 2018 06:18 PM PDT

Silahkan membaca berita terbaru tentang otomotif berjudul Brad Keselowski wins NASCAR Playoff opener at Las Vegas in overtime di website Batlax Auto. LAS VEGAS – In a war of attrition that caused a multitude of problems for the majority of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoff contenders, Brad Keselowski emerged unscathed with his third straight victory in the series and the 500th triumph for Team Penske in all forms of racing combined.

Sunday's South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the playoff opener for NASCAR's foremost series, went to overtime, lasting five laps longer than the scheduled 267. But Keselowski held the top spot through three tension-laden restarts to beat runner-up Kyle Larson to the finish line by 1.276 seconds on the final two-lap shootout.

With his third victory of the season, his third at  Las Vegas and the 27th of his career, Keselowski guaranteed himself a spot in the second round of the playoffs.

"Team Penske — 500 wins today," Keselowski said. "It's a huge day for the Captain (team owner Roger Penske). I expect he's watching (from the IndyCar season finale at Sonoma Raceway). Hey, boss!

"To start off the playoffs with a win is really strong. I know it's three in a row and all that great stuff, but it's really a testament to this team. … We weren't as fast as the 78 car (third-place finisher Martin Truex Jr.), but we nailed the pit stops and the restarts."

Most of the 16 playoff contenders just got nailed — and decisively.

Kevin Harvick, the series leader in victories with seven this year, blew a tire on Lap 148 and rocketed into the Turn 1 wall. Pole winner Erik Jones, running behind Harvick, couldn't avoid the wreck and plowed into Harvick's Ford. Both cars were eliminated, with Harvick finishing 39th and Jones 40th.

In a similar incident in Turn 4 on Lap 212, Chase Elliott was collected against the outside wall when Jamie McMurray's Chevrolet turned sideways in front of him. Elliott fell out of the race in 36th place.

Denny Hamlin's spin off Turn 4 on Lap 247 caused the ninth caution and subsequent restart that allowed Keselowski to take the lead from Larson, who had passed the No. 2 Team Penske Ford on Lap 245 and had the long-run speed to win the race, had the event stayed incident-free to the finish.

Jimmie Johnson showed some of his best speed of the season, but his No. 48 Chevrolet sustained heavy damage in a Lap 257 accident that also involved playoff drivers Clint Bowyer, Alex Bowman and Kurt Busch. Johnson, a seven-time series champion, finished 22nd, two laps down, one position behind Busch and one ahead of Bowyer.

Bowman came home 19th and currently occupies the 12th position in the standings, with the playoff field set to be cut from 16 drivers to 12 two races hence at Charlotte.

Kyle Busch survived contact with the outside wall, a spin through the infield grass and damage to the front of his No. 18 Toyota to finish seventh.

Truex, who won the first stage, took the series lead by two points over Kyle Busch. Keselowski is 18 points back in third place, with Harvick 27 points behind in fourth, thanks to the 50 Playoff points he accumulated during the regular season.

The four drivers currently on the outside when it comes to advancing to the next round are Johnson, Elliott, Jones and Hamlin.

Five of the race's 12 cautions came in the last 40 laps, as the accidents took their toll on one playoff driver after another.

"I didn't think it was ever going to end," said Keselowski, the third driver to win three consecutive races this season, joining Harvick and Kyle Busch. "I was worried about running out of gas there at the end."

Team Penske drivers Joey Logano and Ryan Blaney ran fourth and fifth, respectively. Aric Almirola finished sixth and playoff driver Austin Dillon came home 11th after starting from the rear of the field because of unapproved adjustments to the body of his car.

"Brad clearly found a horseshoe," said Truex, the defending series champion. "Three races in a row he's won, and he has not had the best car.

"Obviously, he hasn't led the most laps in any of those races, and he showed up at the end with good pit stops and good short run speed. I think, clearly, it's pretty obvious how it worked out. He's hot right now. He's on a streak. That's the way it goes."

The NASCAR Playoffs continue at Richmond Raceway for Saturday's Federated Auto Parts 400 (7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), the second race in the three-race opening round before the field shrinks from 16 drivers to 12. (Reid Spencer/NASCAR Wire Service)

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Ross Chastain grabs first Xfinity Series win at Las Vegas

Posted: 20 Sep 2018 06:08 PM PDT

Silahkan membaca berita terbaru tentang otomotif berjudul Ross Chastain grabs first Xfinity Series win at Las Vegas di website Batlax Auto. LAS VEGAS – Two weeks ago at Darlington, Ross Chastain showcased his potential in the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet, leading 90 laps before falling out of the race in a dust-up with veteran Kevin Harvick.

In Saturday's DC Solar 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, his second trip in Ganassi's car, Chastain closed the deal, surviving three restarts in the final 20 laps to earn his first NASCAR Xfinity Series victory in his 132nd start.

Chastain led 180 of 200 laps and swept the first two stages at the 1.5-mile track. To cement the victory, he held off five-time winner Justin Allgaier, who clinched the regular-season championship and accompanying 15-Playoff-point bonus after finishing fifth in Stage 2.

"Holy cow! I'm just a watermelon farmer from Florida—I'm not supposed to do that," said Chastain, who carried one of his trademark watermelons to Victory Lane. "This shows you anything in your life is possible. I gave one away at Darlington, and this was awesome racing.

"I never thought this would happen. It's incredible. Allgaier was awesome. He's insane. I had to play possum there (on the restarts) and then changed it up. The car was just amazing. This was all we could ask for. We did it!"

In a car that showed its superiority on longer runs, Chastain was forced to win the race in short sprints. Vinnie Miller's spin on Lap 175 caused the sixth caution and forced a restart on Lap 181. Trying to side-draft Allgaier right after the cars took off, Chastain brushed the side of Allgaier's No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet and kept the lead.

On a Lap 188 restart, after Chase Briscoe's brutal crash into the inside backstretch wall, Chastain moved up the track to block Allgaier's run into Turn 1—and kept the lead.

On the final restart with five laps left, after a five-car pileup slowed the race for the eighth time, Chastain cleared Allgaier through Turns 1 and 2 but got a tap from the No. 7 car that propelled him forward down the backstretch.

Chastain pulled out to a 1.629-second lead at the finish.

Allgaier confessed to a moment of frustration after the side-to-side contact on Lap 181 but had cooled down by the time the final restart rolled around.

"I tried everything I could do to pass him as clean as I could," Allgaier said. "That restart there, I thought we had a good shot at it. We had done a good job on the regular-season championship and had locked it up… what I was afraid of was blowing the left-rear tire. We had made contact right at the left rear tire, and that was my biggest fear.

"But Ross did a great job today and had by far the best car… At the end of the day, it's cool to see him get the win. If we couldn't do it, I'm glad to see him the win."

Cole Custer ran third and claimed a bonus of 10 playoff points for finishing second in the regular season. Christopher Bell was fourth, followed by Elliott Sadler. Ryan Preece, Brandon Jones, Ryan Truex, Austin Cindric and Spencer Gallagher completed the top 10.

A bone-jarring wreck in Turn 4 interrupted Chastain's dominance of the first two stages. Matt Tifft's No. 2 Chevrolet turned sideways in the middle of the corner, right into the path of Ryan Reed's No. 16 Ford. Reed slammed into the front-left of Tifft's Chevy, and both cars rocketed into the outside wall.

Reed climbed from his car and sat down on the asphalt, leaning against the car door as he collected himself.

"I haven't seen the replay, so I don't know exactly what happened," Reed said after exiting the infield care center. "Not sure if he lost a tire or what. That was a tough one. Knocked the wind out of me pretty bad. The right side is all banged up.

"I'm all good. Nothing broken or anything. I'll just be sore tomorrow. Thankfully, everyone on our Ford Mustang worked really hard this weekend. I feel like we were getting it better and able to run the top 10 once we got the car a little better. It just got cut short, unfortunately."

The only consolation for the early exit is that Tifft already had secured a position in the playoffs, and Reed locked himself into the final berth despite falling out in 35th place.

Cindric also claimed a position in the playoffs, which will feature the following 12 drivers, in order of seeding: Allgaier, Bell, Sadler, Custer, Tyler Reddick, Chastain, Daniel Hemric, Jones, Tifft, Truex, Cindric and Reed.

Pit notes: Two Xfinity Series teams were penalized with the loss of their car chiefs prior to the start of Saturday's race. Both the No. 2 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet team of Tifft and the No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team of Jones saw their car chiefs ejected and were assessed 30-minute practice holds for next week at Richmond after failing pre-qualifying inspection three times at Las Vegas. Tifft also was assessed a loss of 10 points in the owner and driver standings and had to serve a pass-thru penalty at the start of the race for failing pre-qualifying inspection four times. (Reid Spencer/NASCAR Wire Service)

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