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THE ENGINE ROOM

The Latest news in the WA Motor Industry
  • MTA WA apprentices work with winning rally team

    Friday, 21 August 2015 02:48

    MTA WA apprentices work with winning rally team

    6 MTA WA apprentices had the opportunity to be part of a rally pit crew over the weekend at the 2015 Quit Targa West. 

    MTA WA sponsor the GTi Racing Team, with the MTA WA Service Park. This gives us the opportunity to offer apprentices real life experience with a motor sport team. This year's apprentices did a fantastic job and the GTi Racing Team couldn't speak more highly of them all.

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  • Australian Automotive National Summit - Day 1

    Friday, 21 August 2015 02:21

    Australian Automotive National Summit - Day 1

    Looking to the future of the retail, service, repair and recycling sectors of the Australian automotive industry, industry leaders and government met to discuss everything automotive at the Australian Automotive National Summit in Canberra over the 19-20 August 2015.

    Below are some highlights from Day 1 of the summit.

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  • How long until we see flying cars?

    Friday, 21 August 2015 01:59

    How long until we see flying cars?

    Flying cars in The Jetsons and Back to the Future, or Star Trek’s spaceships and teleportation, may have captured the imagination decades ago, but most current methods of transport have been around a long time. Railways were being rolled out rapidly from the 1830s, while the commercial breakthroughs in petrol and diesel engines date to 1876 and 1892 respectively. Even the jet engine that made mass aviation possible can be traced back to Frank Whittle’s first patent in 1932.

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