New York Yankees right-hander Luis Severino has been shut down from throwing for the second consecutive spring training, this time because of right forearm soreness
The 2020 Karma Revero GT today was named Green Car Journal’s 2020 Luxury Green Car of the Year™ for blending its environmental performance with high levels of luxury and an exceptional driving experience. The high-profile award, which was announced during the Washington Auto Show’s Policy Day in Washington, D.C., recognizes environmental achievement in the automotive industry. The Revero GT was graded above other finalists competing for the 2020 Luxury Green Car of the Year including the BMW 745e, Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring, Porsche Taycan, and Range Rover Evoque. “Karma will always be known for creating soul-stirring luxury electric vehicles that combine technology, environmental performance and world-class craftmanship,” said Karma CEO Dr. Lance Zhou. “The Karma family is grateful that Green Car Journal recognizes Karma’s continued efforts to offering a luxury EV that provides the best of both worlds - extended EV capability without any range anxiety.”
Aston first teased the Valkyrie nearly four years ago. No production car has yet emerged, though the development of the Aston Martin Valkyrie is ongoing. Progress, however, should increase exponentially now that Aston has three verification prototypes testing instead of just one. The two new verification prototypes took their first laps at Silverstone Circuit with Aston Martin high-performance test driver Chris Goodwin and Aston Martin Racing WEC drivers Darren Turner and Alex Lynn at the wheels. The addition of two more verification prototypes, of which there will be eight, also saw Red Bull Racing drivers Max Verstappen and Alex Albon get behind the Valkyrie’s wheel for the first time, and video takes us along for the ride.
Newly hired American men's soccer coach Gregg Berhalter earned nearly as much from the U.S. Soccer Federation in the fiscal year ending last March 31 as women's counterpart Jill Ellis
Just 60 miles east of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, one Little League director is sending a clear message to his 4,000 players that the Houston Astros and their sign-stealing scam aren't to be emulated