Words by Matt Willis Last weekend, Tim and I returned to Auto Club Speedway in Fontana for the I Heart Honda Festival, put on by Spoon Sports. It’s been five years since this event was the last put on, so it was great to see it revived with a really great turnout. As expected, there […]I Heart Honda Festival 2019 — timscribbles.com
Four reasons why it’s time you take a Road Trip in Germany
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Still The Best Value-For-Money Compact SUV
I’ve driven the mid-level variant of the Subaru Forester called the 2.0i-L EyeSight a couple of months back. At its P1,698,000 price tag, I thought that it offered the best value in the compact crossover SUV segment due to its generous features that shames even most top trim variants of its rivals. Value for money is the new Forester’s name of the game, and the sales numbers speak for themselves. This top-of-the-line 2.0i-S EyeSight to be specific is in short supply, something that Motor Image Pilipinas has addressed this August by bringing in more units. I wanted to see then how much more value does this car offer and whether you should get this or just stick to the mid-level 2.0i-L EyeSight.
As mentioned in my previous review, the all-new Forester follows an evolutionary design approach. It isn’t striking, but it looks reasonably well…
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A Beast Beneath The Beauty
Mirror on the wall, who’s the nicest looking of them all? Two years have passed since the second generation Mazda CX-5 was released, and yet, it’s still the nicest looking compact SUV out there. Last year, I was able to drive the 2.5 AWD Sport variant and was left feeling impressed. This one though is now the range-topping diesel, and mind you, if you can afford the dough for the diesel variant, by all means, get this one!
A long hood, short rear deck design has been a Mazda signature proportion, and it works extremely well with the CX-5. Two years may have passed, but the CX-5’s still arguably better looking than even some premium SUVs. It even shares many similar proportions with the Maserati Levante. Huge praises then for what is still an SUV that starts at a little over P1.6 million. The way…
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5th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Applications (AI 2019)
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The 2019 Vancouver Auto Show celebrates it’s 99th year. Next year will be the big 1-0-0 but that doesn’t mean that this year’s show has to be anything less than spectacular. This year’s show continued the theme of Hybrid & Electric vehicles with the Hyundai Nexo, Audi E-Tron, and the Jaguar I-Pace. Strangely though, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche were noticeably absent at this year’s show however there were some other cars to take their place. The usual crop of Ferrari & Lamborghini superacrs were present but they were joined by not 1, not 2, but 3 McLaren Senna Hypercars. A car with an MSRP of $1 million but can fetch upwards of $2.5 million at auctions. Enjoy the pictures.
by: Mike Ginsca,
40 Linux Server Hardening Security Tips [2019 edition]
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