Honda still confident despite another Pole Day drubbing NBCSports
Honda still confident despite another Pole Day drubbing NBCSports.com As bad as today was for Honda — who had none of their cars make the Fast Nine shootout for the Indianapolis 500 pole — it's not the end of the world. After all, the manufacturer only had one car in the Fast Nine last year yet rallied on Race Day to ... and more ».
Honda extracts rare earth metals from used hybrid batteries, turns them into Treehugger blog
Treehugger (blog).Honda extracts rare earth metals from used hybrid batteries, turns them into ... Treehugger (blog) So far, Honda has been extracting an oxide containing rare earth metals from used nickel-metal hydride batteries at the plant of Japan Metals & Chemicals Co., Ltd. (JMC). Now, by applying molten salt electrolysis to this oxide, Honda has succeeded in ....
Chevy vs. Honda A closer look at Indy Pole Day qualifying SI
SI.com.Chevy vs. Honda : A closer look at Indy Pole Day qualifying SI.com One year ago, there was unhappiness, maybe even fear or panic, in the Honda camp after qualifying. But Honda had a plan to sacrifice qualifying to continue to prepare and update race engines. It delivered superior performances and fuel mileage—a neat ... Indy 500 2013: Saturday turns into another rough qualifying day for Honda ... Indianapolis Star.Franchitti, Honda take the top spot in Wednesday's Indy practice NBCSports.com.Indy 500: Dario Franchitti quickest as Honda steps up its pace autosport.com.Fox Sports.all 231 news articles ».
Honda to Participate in the FIA Formula One World Ch ionship
LONDON, May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced its decision to participate in the FIA [1 ] Formula One (F1) World Championship from the 2015 season under a joint project with ...
Honda Returns to F1 Racing as Engine Supplier to McLaren Bloomberg
Honda Returns to F1 Racing as Engine Supplier to McLaren Bloomberg Honda Motor Co. (7267) will return to Formula One as an engine supplier to help develop its technology after exiting the racing series in 2008. The maker of Acura NSX sportscar will provide motors to its former F1 racing partner McLaren Automotive Ltd..