Day: May 18, 2022

Which Mercedes-Benz Models Had the Most Horsepower?

If we talk about fast cars, burning tires, and hundreds of horsepower in a car, Mercedes-AMG cars fit the perfect description. On top of that, AMG engines produce the most brutal and beautiful sound that rings a symphony in every car lover’s head.

The birth of AMG engines dates back to 1967 when two Mercedes engineers, Hans Werner Aufrecht, and Erhard Melcher got together to design a car engine that develops hundreds of horsepower.

Since then, AMG cars have become iconic when it comes to choosing a high-speed Mercedes-Benz car. By 1999, Mercedes owned 50% of the shares of AMG and renamed the company “Mercedes-AMG”.

The iconic AMG engine put in the Mercedes-Benz car became iconic for its raw power, torque, and breathtaking sound that it produces. Each AMG engine is a true masterpiece and it feels like all of the best performing Thoroughbred Horses are trapped under the hood.

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Killing Russians ‘Like a Sport,’ Ukrainian Soldier Says

  • A Ukrainian soldier in a liberated town said that killing Russian forces is “like a sport now.”
  • Volodymyr Demchenko described what it was like killing Russian forces during an interview with CNN.
  • It’s a “very weird feeling to be honest, but it’s like a sport now,” Demchenko said. 

A Ukrainian soldier in a small town that was liberated after a weeks-long Russian occupation amid the Kremlin’s war with Ukraine said that killing Russian forces is “like a sport now.”

Soldier Volodymyr Demchenko described killing Russian forces during a recent interview with CNN in Novyi Bykiv, a town located in the Chernihiv region and is about 50 miles east of the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.

CNN reported that Demchenko was on the drone team that successfully helped to take back Novyi Bykiv from Russian forces.

“You know, it’s funny to see…it’s not funny to see, it’s actually

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‘There’s a lot riding on it, obviously’; Bruins, Hurricanes down to final, winner-take-all Game 7

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The home team in the Carolina Hurricanes-Boston Bruins’ series continues to hold serve. Boston’s 5-2 win on Thursday night at TD Garden forced a winner-take-all game seven, Saturday afternoon in Raleigh.

“Anything can happen tomorrow (Saturday),” Hurricanes goalie Antti Raanta said. “Obviously, it’s nice to get this game seven at home, but it’s still going to be anybody’s game. I think we’ve just got to get ourselves ready to play right away and play like we want to play.”

The Hurricanes can make history with a win on Saturday.

A victory over the Bruins would be the franchise’s sixth straight game seven win matching the Rangers (2012-2015), Bruins (1983-1994 and the Red Wings (1949-1994) as the only other teams to achieve that feat.

PNC Arena has been the ultimate home-ice advantage for the Carolina so far

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Higher Standards Automotive to host car show Saturday

MIDLAND — Show cars of all types, spanning decades, will fill the parking lot of Higher Standards Automotive on Saturday.

The auto repair center and parts store will host its second-annual car show from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at 2626 N. Eastman Road in Midland.

This year’s show will include dash plaques for the first 50 vehicles. Judges will also hand out awards for best in show and audience choice categories. Drivers can register either by calling Higher Standards Automotive at 989-495-0200 or in person at the event; registration cost is by donation.

In addition to classic and retro cars, the show will feature Gordo’s Kitchen food truck serving Mexican cuisine, a DJ providing family-friendly music and a 50/50 raffle. The proceeds of the raffle will go to help an individual who suffered a recent accident.

“I’d like to see the community to come out and see a bunch of cool

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