History of The Rotary Engine

This feature is particularly special as it has taken Infernal Combustion on a historical journey around Bavaria on search of the most authentic and accurate information. Conventional Engine History Everything rotates in cycles. This is the view you could reach if you look at the basic principles of nature, because many things that shape our... Continue Reading →

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11 Best Selling Cars Ever

These are the all-time best selling single-model car designs - and therefore the best selling cars of all time. This is not to be confused with entire model histories, of which the Corolla nameplate is still the most successful ever. 11) BMC / Rover Mini This revolutionary car had a very long life, with 5,387,862... Continue Reading →

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Motorsport Roundup – 15/08/17

In this week’s motorsport roundup we take a look at BTCC Knockhill & the IDC Round 4 at Watergrasshill. Plenty of action had at both events! BTCC Knockhill Tom Ingram won the third BTCC race at Knockhill, surviving two safety car periods to claim his first victory since April’s Donington Park round. Ant Whorton-Eales started... Continue Reading →

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Motorsport Roundup – 07/08/17

In this week's motorsport roundup we take a look at RX Canada & Formula Drift Round 6 Rallycross Canada | Grand Prix De Trois-Rivieres World Rallycross form man Johan Kristoffersson executed a perfect joker lap strategy to claim his third successive victory of the season in Canada and extend his lead in the series to... Continue Reading →

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The Buick-Rover V8 Conspectus

Some time before the burbles of the Rover V8 could be heard on British shores, the all-aluminium Buick "Fireball" V8 was born in Detroit, Michigan. Let's take a short look through history of how that came to be. Buick Era In the 1950's the car industry in the US turned to aluminium as a material... Continue Reading →

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Motorsport Roundup – 31/07/17

Welcome to Infernal Combustion's latest weekly feature, the motorsport roundup. Every Monday we will be taking a look in review at the previous week's motorsport highlights and putting them together in one place. Formula 1 Hungarian GP Vettel, who drove most of the race with steering issues, crossed the line 0.9 seconds ahead of Raikkonen... Continue Reading →

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