NASCAR made it through Daytona with some wet shoes and a new Tide commercial. The rain delay and the Montoya fire almost seemed to open the garage for a fresh start at Phoenix. The second points races of the season would seem to a perfect shot at gathering some useful information about changes put in place for 2012. (more…)
January not only turns the calendar forward, it also opens the doors on what is on the horizon for the automotive industry. Of course, Detroit is weighing heavily on it’s own existence and needs to outsell by a large margin the European and Japanese vehicles also available within our borders. Nevermind that the largess of their profits go to employee subsidees becuase the unions have practically bargained their employers to the table of bankruptcy… Oh… Sorry… Did that already.
So, how does the future look for the “Big 3″…? It looks good… Not THAT good. But good. Will they pull enough numbers from the imports to turn a profit? The short answer is “no”. Will their workforce capitulate to reality and accept some concessions so they have a company to work for in three years? Damn… Sorry… …read more… (more…)