Archive For April, 2010

Bentley Azure by any other name…

By | April 29, 2010

…would be an Azure? In a moment of marketing genius Bentley bequeathed the name of last year’s topless beauty to the new convertible version of the Bentley Mulsanne.  All we can say, is awesome! Hitting showroom floors in 2012, this beautiful automobile will be packing the same punch as its predecessor with the 505hp, 6.75 […]

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RMR Midnight Drags: Let The Hoonery Begin!

By | April 28, 2010

***Download the Daily Derbi podcast from iTunes here**** Got the keys to your Dads new Viper while he’s out of town?  Have a Civic Si and a grudge against a cross town rival? Don’t take it out on the street, bring it to the track!  As we reported before certain TV shows are making people […]

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Volkswagen Phaeton – The Classiest Car in the World

By | April 26, 2010

What kind of car do you get if you want to get pampered, have loads of money, AND you don’t want anyone to know you have a 6-figs car? The answer is simple – It’s the Phaeton!

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Karting In Utah: Miller Motorsports Park

By | April 26, 2010

After covering Fast Kart last week, two things became immediately clear to the Daily Derbi crew testing out the top karting venues in Utah. First, karting is amazing fun. We’re talking bachelor party worthy entertainment here. Secondly, if the Fast Kart track was slick then the asphalt track at Miller Motorsports Park (MMP)– the only […]

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Happy 200th Post, Us!

By | April 25, 2010

My, how times flies. It seems like just yesterday when we at the Daily Derbi made our debut into the online world of automotive blogging with our post on the Aspira F620. Since then we’ve brought you car reviews, industry news, and even a flurry of opinion pieces, eventually breaking the coveted 200 post mark […]

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GM’s $5.8B Loan Payoff A Simple Money Shuffle?

By | April 24, 2010

Five years ahead of schedule. That’s the new focus of every GM commercial  on every channel, boasting how the company’s $5.8 Billion (yes, million with a b) government loan was paid off well in advance of the set deadline five years in the future. But according to a recent Detroit Free Press article following an […]

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