Engineer named as Greens candidate for Jordan

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The Queensland Greens have named mechanical engineer and small business owner Navdeep Singh as their candidate for Jordan at the state election.

Since moving to Australia with his wife in 2007, Mr Singh has run two small businesses in the automotive and food industries.

He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and a Graduate Certificate in Environmental Engineering.

Mr Singh ran against Annastacia Palaszczuk in Inala at the last state election and was placed second on the Greens senate ticket at last year’s federal election.

He said he is campaigning for more local jobs, public housing and better essential services.

“Politicians seem to have no idea of the problems faced by everyday people,” Mr Singh said.

The Queensland Greens have named mechanical engineer and small business owner Navdeep Singh as their candidate for Jordan at the state election.

The Queensland Greens have named mechanical engineer and small business owner Navdeep Singh as their candidate for Jordan at the state election.

“I’m a proud working class man and I will represent the interests

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Ken Block has some fun in the world’s first electric rallycross car

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We’ve seen Ken Block behind the wheel of some incredible machines over the years. One thing that those vehicles have in common is that they are all powered by high horsepower internal combustion engines. The video at the bottom of the story shows Block testing and hooning the world’s first all-electric rallycross car.

The vehicle is called the Ford Fiesta ERX, and the video shows that it’s seemingly just as fast as its internal combustion brethren. It certainly doesn’t have the same sounds. We’re used to seeing Block blasting around a track with flames shooting from exhaust pipes and a high revving engine whaling in the background.

Since the Ford Fiesta ERX is all-electric, there are no engine sounds. All we hear is the sound of tortured tires screaming on the pavement and gears whining as the drivetrain does its thing. The car produces 600 horsepower and over 800 pound-feet

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