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Remember the Nissan Sunny GTi-R? David Twohig does, because he bought, ran and sold one. Here he remembers what he loved and what he lost

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You’ve engineered your car to be light, but to keep it that way you need the unwavering trust of your colleagues in design and marketing, says David Twohig

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Is reducing mass merely a case of using the lightest components possible? If only it were that simple, says David Twohig, the Alpine A110’s Chief Engineer

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Why did it take the racing world until the late 1960s to embrace the slick tyre? As David Twohig explains, until then its advantages were not in the least bit clear

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It sold well, it made money, yet Porsche’s first water-cooled car has always struggled for acceptance. David Twohig thinks he knows why

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One conference call, 137,000 attendees, 26,000 job losses. This was no normal day at Nissan, writes David Twohig, but Carlos Ghosn was no normal car boss either

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What does it take to save £0.02 on a car part, such as a key fob? Our in-house engineer David Twohig reveals how much work goes into making even the slimmest savings

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We thought the launch of The Intercooler website, which goes live at midday tomorrow, was as good an excuse as any to ask the question – what is an intercooler? And who invented it...?

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