Welcome to the Ginetta LMP1 Family Oliver Turvey

2014 World Endurance Championship.
Le Mans 24 Hours, France.
8th – 15th June 2014.
Photo: Drew Gibson

Ginetta G60-LT-P1 customers, CEFC TRSM, have completed their driver line-up for the 2018/19 FIA WEC Super Season with the announcement of Oliver Turvey.

Oliver is the sixth and final driver to be confirmed for CEFC TRSM’s two-car entry into the 2018/19 FIA WEC Super Season, which gets underway at Spa Francorchamps in Belgium next month. He will join Oliver Rowland and Alex Brundle in car six. Previously announced Charlie Robertson, Leo Roussel and Dean Stoneman will pilot car five.

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Hackers becoming lazy and using automated bots to do their dirty work

It was reported earlier today that hackers are now using tools which automate the process of finding and attacking vulnerable servers. A honeypot experiment, run by cybersecurity firm Cybereason, showed bots performing low-level tasks. This then showed that an automated bot exploited vulnerabilities and other automated tasks, which then allowed the hacker to come in and siphon off gigabytes worth of data.

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The UK’s most dangerous roads for motorbikes revealed


Mark, David and Mitchel Kay

Bikers beware: danger ahead!

The UK’s most dangerous roads for motorbikes revealed

 

  • The Cat and Fiddle ranks as the most dangerous road for motorbikes –

 

  • The South East has the highest number of riskier roads –

 

17th April, 2018 – Motorbikes make up just 1% of total road traffic, but account for 19% of all fatal and serious accidents in the UK.

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Opinium survey finds that diesel car owners have been hit in the pocket by government U-turn and feel betrayed by the gov

DIESEL car owners hit in the pocket by government U-Turn

  • 1 in 4 lost money on diesel cars since ban announced
  • over half feel betrayed by government’s mixed messaging 

UK diesel car owners (45%) are angry with the government for its change in policy on diesel cars which, they say, has directly hit their pockets.

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