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Darkness And The Light Battle At Silverstone

Darkness And The Light Battle At Silverstone

By Petrolicious Productions / 21 Aug 2015 / 4 Comments Read More

When bad weather hits a vintage racing event, what happens? They race. Though Silverstone Classic was held in July, we wanted to find a more interesting way of conveying the atmosphere of this unique and impressive three-day event. From an auction to many different classes of car sharing track time, it was certainly a fun weekend out. Until the rain, that is.

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We Visit The Temple Of Speed For Monza Historics

We Visit The Temple Of Speed For Monza Historics

By Jacopo Villa / 17 Aug 2015 / 5 Comments Read More

Monza Historic is the name given to three days of pure classic racing at our "Temple of Speed" in Northern Italy. For local car geeks like me, events like these in Monza are like having all your friends invited to your house: it's when you’re able to find all of your motoring friends spending time together, with cars.

This Must Be The World’s Best Parade of Cars

This Must Be The World’s Best Parade of Cars

By Petrolicious Productions / 14 Aug 2015 / 2 Comments Read More

To call something “the best” isn’t something we take lightly. But watching some of the world’s most beautiful and significant vehicles parade by us as we sat near the coast is an experience that’s tough to beat. In other words: you’re going to want to see these photos from the 2015 Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance.

Rubbing Shoulders With Driving Greats At The Eifel Rallye Festival

Rubbing Shoulders With Driving Greats At The Eifel Rallye Festival

By Máté Boér / 31 Jul 2015 / 7 Comments Read More

The Eifel Rallye Festival really is a festival where four World Rally Champions (Walter Röhrl, Stig Blomqvist, Timo Salonen and Hannu Mikkola), a dozen national champions from different countries, original cars (or exacting replicas), and crazy fans all combined to celebrate of the golden age of rallying. And here, the cars are the stars.

Touring Italy Like Enthusiasts Used To

Touring Italy Like Enthusiasts Used To

By Jacopo Villa / 23 Jul 2015
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Going on a vacation with a pre-war car is heroic. It's true that many enthusiasts take their cars on long trips like the Mille Miglia or the Coppa Nuvoari, but to do a trip on your own, relying solely on your companions and a few spare parts is quite an adventure, even by today’s standards. The owners of these machines drove all the way from Germany and were going on vacation: isn't this just plain cool?

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Here’s What You Missed At The Reborn Chateau Impney Hillclimb

Here’s What You Missed At The Reborn Chateau Impney Hillclimb

By Nat Twiss / 22 Jul 2015
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How exactly do you bring an event that hasn’t run in nearly half a century back from the dead? The organisers at Château Impney had that exact question, and I think they might have just about nailed it. You take a beautiful French-style château, extend the original course, and throw a bunch of beautiful vintage automobiles on it!

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Stalking RennDrive, Thailand’s RWB-heavy Porsche Group

Stalking RennDrive, Thailand’s RWB-heavy Porsche Group

By Petrolicious Productions / 22 Jul 2015 / 6 Comments Read More

Like Star Wars, the Porsche 911 has recently enjoyed a resurgence thanks to enthusiasts who have grown up with it. And among the younger fans of this iconic sports car, there are no 911s more cool—more “Rebel Alliance”—than those built by Japanese tuner Rauh-Welt Begriff, more commonly known as RWB. But how I came face-to-face with some of the finest RWBs in Sepang, Malaysia, is a much longer story.

Formula 1 Cars In An Unnatural Habitat

Formula 1 Cars In An Unnatural Habitat

By Nat Twiss / 20 Jul 2015 / 4 Comments Read More

It’s always a treat to see an F1 car. It doesn’t matter how you feel about the current situation in the elite tier of open wheel racing—there is just something about Formula One that grabs you by the shoulders and shakes you to your core. The collection that was on display and driving at the Goodwood Festival of Speed was, frankly, astounding.

Wheels & Waves Is An Interesting And Unforgettable Event

Wheels & Waves Is An Interesting And Unforgettable Event

By Matt Larson / 15 Jul 2015 / 10 Comments Read More

Knowing that Wheels & Waves has been growing exponentially since its inception, I couldn't help but think of it as a big black pirate flag, and less an invitation than a warning: lock up your daughters, stock up on earplugs. The Southsiders are coming, true bad boys only this year—weekend privateers can stay home.