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Cars Revealed: Britain's Best Driver's Car 2019

21:05  02 december  2019
21:05  02 december  2019 Source:   autocar.co.uk

Juan Manuel Correa moved to intensive care in Britain due to injuries sustained in crash that killed Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert

Juan Manuel Correa moved to intensive care in Britain due to injuries sustained in crash that killed Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert Juan Manuel Correa, the Formula 2 driver injured in the crash that killed Anthoine Hubert in Belgium last week, has been moved to intensive care in Britain. Correa injured his back and broke both of his legs in the accident in Belgium last Saturday and had a four hour operation in Liege. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa was injured in the crash that killed Anthoine Hubert 'He will continue his recovery in the care of a specialist team,' a statement from his Sauber Junior team said.

Elon Musk wearing a suit and tie © Provided by The Independent

Tesla boss Elon Musk has revealed how close his company came to being called Faraday after struggling to obtain the trademark for the name.

The Tesla Motors name was trademarked in 1994 by a man named Brad Siewart, who was unwilling to sell to Mr Musk's company when they approached him in 2004.

"Tesla was almost called Faraday, as original holder of Tesla Motors trademark refused to sell it to us," the Tesla CEO tweeted on Sunday.

"We sent the nicest person in the company to sit on his doorstep until he at least talked to us and then he said yes."

The cost of the trademark was $75,000, which might seem like a bargain considering Tesla's current market cap of around $60 billion. The name Faraday was eventually used by a rival electric car startup established in 2014.

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Tesla Motors eventually shortened its name to just Tesla in 2017, but also faced difficulties obtaining the website address for Tesla.com.

The purchase of the domain cost $11 million and took over a decade to secure. The renaming allowed the company to reflect that it no longer just made vehicles but also manufactured solar panels, batteries and software.

Mr Musk recently unveiled the Cybertruck, the firm's sixth model built to offer a brand new category of electric vehicle.

Unlike traditional pickup trucks, the Tesla Cybertruck is built with an exoskeleton design made possible through not needing a fuel engine. Tesla said it had entered “a new class of strength, speed and versatility – only possible with an all-electric design”.

He added: “Trucks have been the same for like 100 years. We need something different and we need sustainable energy now. To solve sustainable energy we have to have a pickup truck.”

Hamilton won’t rule out future move to Ferrari .
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Six-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton appeared to open the door for a possible future move to Ferrari when he refused to deny meeting with its chairman John Elkann. Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport reported Saturday that the Mercedes driver has met Elkann twice this year, and that they discussed Hamilton potentially replacing Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari from 2021 onward.Both four-time champion Vettel and Hamilton have yet to renew contracts expiring at the end of 2020.

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