Dec 13, 2010
Comments Off

Shooting with Paintballs in Minorca

Target: to beat the other team without being hit by the opponents.The team consists of 12 strategists. The playing field has a size of 2,400 square meters with
dozens of obstacles. It is dead silent until suddenly, a rain of bullets at a maximum speed of 300 kilometers per hour breaks loose. Hundreds of color stains on the floor, the clothing and the obstacles.

Continue reading »

Dec 9, 2010
Comments Off

The last Paradise of the Balearic Islands

Formentera is known as the last Mediterranean paradise because it has been able to combine tourism with environmental protection.

Continue reading »

Dec 7, 2010
Comments Off

A New Generation of Batteries

The Peugeot iOn is equipped with a new-generation Lithium-ion battery with an energy storage capacity well in excess of the old Ni Cd batteries used in the 1990 (three times more energy per kg or twice as much by unit of volume).

Continue reading »

Nov 25, 2010

A Paradise for Golf in Mallorca


Mallorca enjoys an enviable year-round weather with mild temperatures, this and its 22 golf courses make it particularly interesting for those who are interested in this sport.

Continue reading »

Nov 22, 2010
Comments Off

With Electric Power to incredible 130 Km per hour

Peugeot, the pioneer and 1st worldwide manufacturer of electric vehicles will be launching the ion at the end of 2010. Its performance and 130 km operating range is obtained in particular due to the use of lithium-ion batteries, which will provide an efficient response to the challenges of urban mobility and respect for the environment.

Continue reading »

Nov 16, 2010
Comments Off

Ibiza and Majorca two Luxury Locations

More and more entrepreneurs from northern Europe and even large Spanish businesspeople spend your holiday on the Balearic Islands. Most of them, people with high purchasing power, select a second home on the islands of Ibiza and Mallorca. This growing tourism economy demands ever higher quality, have seen the brokers forced to adapt to the new demands of this market in order to find for all these persons a suitable second home.

Continue reading »

Nov 11, 2010

How a Plug-in Hybrid engine works

Current hybrid vehicles have a gasoline engine that is assisted by an electric motor, which helps it save gas. A typical hybrid vehicle conserves fuel a few different ways. It recaptures energy lost through braking and decelerating. This recaptured energy is stored in a battery pack as electricity. As demand warrants, the stored electricity is used to power an electric motor that assists the vehicle’s gasoline engine–usually during acceleration.

Continue reading »

Nov 4, 2010
Comments Off

San Juan Horses, Games of Pla and a lot more of fun

The feast of San Juan de Ciutadella not only attracts people from all over the island, who live intensely, but also elsewhere, notably in Mallorca and Catalonia.

The festival begins on the day des “be” (lamb) at 9 am, with the first touch of flute in front of the palace “Caixer Senyor” (representative of the nobility). From where comes the motorcade that will visit Ciutadella, with Homo des Be “, a man who represents San Juan Bautista, clad in sheepskins, crosses painted on the feet and arms, which carries a live lamb in the back.

Continue reading »

Oct 18, 2010
Comments Off

Faster than anytime The New Electro Diesel From Audi

Audi E-Tron Spyder

Audi was Showing a studi about a cabrio two seater with a Plug in – Hybrid Motor. The Electro- Diesel is the forrunner of a tiny sport wagen.

Electro mobility is a big thing on the Car Salon in Paris and Audi comes directly with a Sport wagen Plug in – Hybrid Motor constuction.

Audi E-Trom Spyder

Continue reading »

Oct 14, 2010
Comments Off

Amnesia from the Hippies to the techno peoples

The house where Amnesia now stands was built at the end of the 18th century. Sold to an aristocratic and artistic widow in the 70s it became a home to hippies who played in bands and danced till dawn. The four four thump of disco took over from rock and is yet to relinquish its hold. But it was the juxtapostion of new and old sounds, pop and underground which was truly influential.

While the previously open air venue was enclosed, Amnesia promoters lost the air of freedom but gained volume. All the successful promoters that inhabit it today have taken advantage of the ability of the sound system to fill every corner of the room with physical waves of sound.

Continue reading »

Pages:«1234»

Ritmocars Categories