The New Audi Q3 ( 2012 ) ~ Grease n Gasoline

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 The Audi model range in India includes Audi A4, Audi A6, Audi A7 Sportback, Audi A8L, Audi Q5, Audi Q7, Audi RS5 Coupé, Audi S4, Audi TT Coupe, the super sports car Audi R8 and the Audi R8 Spyder available across the…

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2012 Audi S4 Launched – India ~ Grease n Gasoline

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1929 Wanderer Motorcycle K 500 ~ Grease n Gasoline

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The last Wanderer motorcycle, the K 500, was an honorable departure from the motorcycle scene. Its 500 cc engine with single vertical cylinder developed 16 horsepower and drove the rear wheel by shaft.

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1929 Wanderer Motorcycle K 500

The last Wanderer motorcycle, the K 500, was an honorable departure from the motorcycle scene. Its 500 cc engine with single vertical cylinder developed 16 horsepower and drove the rear wheel by shaft. Motorcycle production ceased in 1929 and the plans for the K 500, were sold to the Janeček munitions factory in Prague. There, production of the K 500 recommenced under the name Jawa, which was derived from the two names Janeček and Wanderer.
1929 Wanderer Motorcycle K 500

1929 Wanderer Motorcycle K 500

1929 Wanderer Motorcycle K 500

1929 Wanderer Motorcycle K 500

1929 Wanderer Motorcycle K 500

Engine: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke 
Displacement: 498 cc 
Power: 17 hp 
Maximum speed: 59 mph 
Series: 1928–1930


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W18 Engine

A W18 engine is an eighteen cylinder piston engine which usually has a single crankshaft with three banks of six cylinders arranged in an inverted broad arrow configuration.
An early example is the Isotta Fraschini Asso 750 used to power the Italian Savoia-Marchetti S.55 seaplanes flown by Italo Balbo into Chicago in 1933. This engine used the same layout as the above-mentioned Bugatti – basically a vertical six with two adjacent banks set at 60° each to make a W-18.
In 1967, Scuderia Ferrari engineer Franco Rocchi built an experimental 65×50mm, 498 cc W3 engine, effectively a single crankpin module, in order to assess the potential for a 3-litre W18 Formula 1 engine.
Tatra T955, aircooled W18 engine from 1943.

Although the engine developed 80 bhp at 11,000 rpm and 160 bhp per litre, the idea was abandoned. Subsequently in 1972 Formula 1 rules were changed to outlaw the use of engines with more than 12 cylinders. Rocchi used this module as the basis for a 3½ litre W12 engine for Life Racing Engines in 1988, although this was infamously unsuccessful.
Recent W18 engines powered the Bugatti EB 118, Bugatti EB 218 and Bugatti 18/3 Chiron concept cars in the late 1990s. 



This engine featured three banks of six cylinders set 60° apart. The W18 engine was abandoned due to shifting problems.
The variation developed by Volkswagen retained the 18 cylinders but instead of three cylinder banks, it had four. This confused many who saw the specification in print at motor shows since 18 isn’t evenly divisible by four. The design was loosely based on the concept Volkswagen used for its V5 engines which had one bank with three cylinders and one bank with only two. Essentially the four-bank W18 was two V9 engines (one bank of five cylinders and one bank of four) mated to a common crankshaft. Ultimately the design proved to be impractical.

British Racing Motors – 1966 BRM Type 75 H16 ~ Grease n Gasoline

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A BRM P83, the only BRM model which ran successfully with the H16 engine. Note position of inlet trumpets and cam covers on the side of the H16 engine.

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