The 5 best features of the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50

Any list of the most iconic cars ever made will feature the McLaren F1. When it was released in the 1990s it was well ahead of its time, and its designer Gordon Murray is world-renowned as one of the greatest ever.

He’s created a new company in his own name, and has just revealed his first supercar, called the T.50. No expense has been spared in the production of the car, which has some fascinating details. Here we highlight some of the coolest features of the car.

The V12 engine

The T.50 is powered by a bespoke V12 engine that has been built by Cosworth. Murray had high demands of the company, but it has achieved them all. It makes an incredible 651bhp and revs to an unbelievable 12,100rpm. There’s no turbocharger, and Murray doesn’t like belts, so it has a small 48-volt motor that runs a number of parts

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CPSC Warns Consumers of Impalement Hazard with Exposed Bicycle Handlebars

WASHINGTON, July 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As consumers across the United States bicycle in warm summer weather, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning consumers about an impalement hazard from the sharp, exposed ends of metal handlebars. CPSC is aware of at least six impalement deaths and an estimated 2,000 emergency department visits in connection with bicycle handlebars between 2000 and 2019. The most recent death occurred in 2018, and involved a 6-year-old boy. The five other deaths involved two children aged 7, another aged 11, a 41 year-old man and a 50-year-old man. Injuries and deaths can occur when children and adults fall from their bicycles onto handlebars that can get twisted during the fall.

CPSC recommends that consumers regularly inspect their bicycles for this serious hazard. Handlebar ends should be covered by protective plastic or rubber grips that are in good condition. If the bicycle’s

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NYC schools reopening: Transportation plan for students remains unclear

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — New York City, which recently released its reopening plan for public school students to return to school buildings in the fall amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, has acknowledged that the ongoing health crisis may inhibit the city from providing bus transportation for the full number of students who typically use the service.

“It is widely recognized that the current pandemic presents unique challenges to providing school bus service, and that it may not be possible to provide service in all cases,” according to the plan.

The city public school re-entry plan was submitted to the state last week, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to announce approvals of reopening proposals on Friday for school districts across New York.

The city Department of Education (DOE) said that it will attempt to provide transportation to all students, to the extent possible, but limitations related to the pandemic may

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