Formula One car maker McLaren will enter the commercial market in 2011. Its first offering is the McLaren MP4-12C.
Japan's Hatoyama, the new prime minister, is carrying out a campaign promise to push aside bureaucrats and shift more power to the politicians. The effort is playing to favorable reviews – though budging an entrenched bureaucracy will take time.
A general view of the second press day at the 80th Geneva International Motor Show at Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland is seen on March 2.
Switzerland's four-man bobsled team piloted by Ivo Rueegg starts a training run at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, British Columbia, on Wednesday.
A ski fan waves a swiss flag, backdropped by the Eiger mountain during the World Cup Men's downhill skiing event in Wengen on Jan. 16.
Ferrari Formula One driver Felipe Massa of Brazil drives into the pits during the first practice session for the United States F1 Grand Prix in Indianapolis, Ind.
At 15, Gabby Chaves isn't old enough to have a driver's license. But he routinely wins formula race car events, reaching speeds of 150 m.p.h. Is he the next Mario Andretti?
Spain's Olympic hopes soar after recent championship victories suggest that increased investments and better athlete training are paying off.