Ricciardo: “I think the race went as well as it could, and I drove well to finish sixth. The chassis is working better and through the corners we are more or less there; we’ll move onto Europe and see if we can get further up the grid and keep improving. The weekend went pretty smooth for me until the end of the race. I don’t know what happened, but the team will have a look at it.”
RICCIARDO: “We got into anti-stall on the start, which hasn’t happened before; we have to look and see what happened. It’s frustrating. That shaped the race and in the traffic we struggled to get by. At least some positives are that we learned a few areas where we need to improve, and the smart guys in the team can find a solution.”
Infiniti revealed two crossovers today at the New York International Auto Show – the updated 2016 QX50 luxury compact crossover and QX30 Concept. Both vehicles were presented by Infiniti Design Director Alfonso Albaisa.
Infiniti today reported sales of 1,025 units in Canada. For the brand’s 2014 fiscal year, Infiniti set an all-time record with 10,082 total Canadian sales, an increase of 8.5 per cent over its 2013 fiscal year.
Spontaneous and fluid, the QX30 Concept is Infiniti's design idea of a premium compact crossover that not only effortlessly handles anything the city or weather throws at it, but does it with style and panache.