On festival days, there isn’t a spot check anywhere in the city. No one seems to give a damn about the hordes of people that flout the safety rules
For every prospective motorcycle buyer in India who knows his stuff there are literally thousands who don’t. And that is stuff that should keep, for example, policymakers up all night
I've written in the past that every time one of us climbs on a motorcycle, our actions shape the outward image of the entire biker community. That image isn't doing very well right now
My attraction to cycling was simplicity itself, after all. Cycles are single-track human-powered devices that work the same way as motorcycles, right? They lean left to go left and so forth...
It would not be an over-estimation to state that the F1 cars of next year are probably the most fuel and energy efficient machines on the road
I don’t think even the SLS AMG comes close to the E63 AMG hyper-saloon experience
Drivers in general love going to tracks where the lap has a natural flow around it and you get into a bit of a rhythm where you really enjoy the circuit
Manufacturers cannot move to better engines conforming to Euro V emissions as these engines cannot accept the poor fuel quality that is available in India.
Nearly every automotive company present in India now has a used car arm, be it Maruti at the affordable end of the spectrum or Audi at the expensive side
The intangibles are in place for this without a doubt. The Vespa has a charming back story, a well-developed history, presence and charisma in the movies, and all that. But is that enough for 'premiumness'?