Good luck to both France and Italy in the World Cup Final later today.
My head says Italy, but my heart says France. So either way I’m a happy man.
More articles appearing on the GMRN proposed alliace….
A reasonable analysis here from Delaware Online, but it concludes that Kerkorian is probably looking to sell his own shares to Renault/Nissan. I’m not so sure about that one and I’m not sure if R/N would go for it either. Their proposed allotment of 10% each and his gives them 30% as a group, which is a lot more effective than 20% on their own.
Analysis from accross the pond in the UK’s Sunday Herald. Not much new here, though.
Finally, Greg posted a link to The Star Tribune in comments. The article contends that the proposed study that GM will enter into is likely to take around a year. I’m sure Rick Wagoner will have compiled a thick file of progress markers by then.
The North-West branch of the Uk’s Saab Owners Club has its own weblog.
Click here if you’d like to check what they’ve been up to.
This is a good idea for a car club, not only as a record of events past, but also as a way of comminucating upcoming events to members and other interested parties. Kudos for getting it up and running.
Australia’s AutoSpeed have a review of the new 2006 9-3 Convertible V6 Aero.
It’s a stereotype but Saab convertibles have been known more for being driven by hairdressers than people into performance.
Damn right it’s a stereotype, and a wrong one at that.
They finish a bit better though….
Overall, the Saab 9.3 Aero is an impressive machine. It’s about as practical as a soft-top four seater gets, goes hard and handles competently – and all without drinking like a crazed sailor on shore leave.
Worth your few minutes.