May 28, 2017

  • May 28, 2017

    EAGAN, MN--The St. Thomas Academy (STA) high school Experimental Vehicle Team (EVT) that's sponsored by Power Systems Research won its class in the International Shell Eco-Marathon Drivers' World Champions held today (May 28, 2017) in London.

    The race was cancelled after the first of four laps due to rain, but STA had the fastest lap in the time trial and was in first place by a wide margin when the race was called. Our team's good fortune this year makes up for our bad luck last year when the STA car crashed while leading the race.

May 25, 2017

  • May 25, 2017

    Shell will be broadcasting live from London via their Facebook page the Drivers' World Championship on Sunday, May 28, 2017, at 4 pm GMT (10:00 am CST)

    Click here to follow the activities of the St. Thomas Academy Experimental Vehicle Team sponsored by Power Systems Research in this international competition. 

May 26, 2017

  • May 26, 2017

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    MAN Diesel & Turbo Expands Mitsui Pact

    This comprehensive agreement promises a unique product portfolio for these two firms, who are longstanding partners with multiple previous collaborations. They have now agreed to to extend their mutual activities initially to cover sales, production, R&D, and EPC (engineering, procurement, construction).

  • May 26, 2017

    The high school Experimental Vehicle Team (EVT) sponsored by Power Systems Research has officially passed all of the necessary steps to be able to compete in the Drivers' World Championship this Sunday in London.

    The competition is part of the international Shell Eco Marathon. The EVT is made up of students at St. Thomas Academy located in St. Paul, Minnesota USA.

May 24, 2017

  • May 24, 2017

     

    Natasa Mulahalilovic contributed to this report

     

    Surviving the 2016 pre-buy quake

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    PSR Analysis: Registrations of motorcycles and mopeds in the EU reached 254,487 units during Q1 2017, dropping 3.3% compared to Q1 2016, according to the latest figures released by the European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (ACEM).

    While France, and Italy performed positively (+3.35% and + 1.11% respectively) all the other major markets were down: Germany -6%, Spain -9% and the UK -15%.

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