/ 25 May 2015
The one thing I absolutely love about land barges is that there’s something for every taste. No matter if you like driving fast or slow, or if a badge on the front matters all that much to you: almost every major car company has attempted a big sedan at some point. If you have time to find the right one, it may match your personality perfectly. Let me explain, using the Maserati Quattroporte II.
/ 22 May 2015
There are three races that history has held above all others: the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Monaco Grand Prix, and the Indianapolis 500. We talk a lot about the first two races here at Petrolicious, but the Indy 500 deserves just as much coverage. Let’s start with the only driver to win all three of these iconic races: Graham Hill.
/ 19 May 2015
The Mille Miglia. Targa Florio. Tour de France Automobile…and the list goes on. With many of the great driving roads located in Europe and remote parts of the world, it’s often difficult for many enthusiasts to see these great events in person. Last week, we asked you what open road races you thought were the best, and were impressed by your picks. Here are Petrolicious readers’ favorite road races
/ 18 May 2015
Forget the glitz and the glamor: Monaco is special these days for reasons you may not expect. The oldest circuit in Formula 1, it’s been a fixture of the Grand Prix calendar since 1929 and run on a route largely unchanged from its original layout—one of the few chances to see such powerful cars in the tight confines of a city.
By / 8 May 2015
When thinking about grand touring, I believe a lot of people imagine fast, two lane roads stretching on some delicious countryside scenario. I used to think so, too, but after touring in a 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS Bertone in the outskirts of Brescia, I just changed my mind—sometimes, it’s better to take your time.
/ 4 May 2015
By now, you’ve probably watched the epic story, shot by eGarage, of a man who literally lives his life between the handlebars of a Honda Ruckus. For someone who only briefly held a motorcycle license before letting it lapse, having a two-wheeled machine of my own has been a long-held—and never-fulfilled—fantasy. What am I missing?