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Taking A 3500 Mile Test Drive in an Acura NSX (1 of 4)

Taking A 3500 Mile Test Drive in an Acura NSX (1 of 4)

By Yoav Gilad / 17 Oct 2014 / 16 Comments Read More

What had I just done? The money was sent and gone. Last time, my research had been far more thorough and my actions much less impulsive. I was hooked before I read the end of the ad's second paragraph, but the fact that the seller was seemingly so forthcoming inspired confidence. Oh, and did I mention the car was across the US in Atlanta, Georgia?

The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride - Paris Style Edition (2 of 2)

The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride - Paris Style Edition (2 of 2)

By Petrolicious Productions / 6 Oct 2014 / 10 Comments Read More

Can there possibly be anything more fashionable than Parisian Chic? Well, yes, there absolutely can be, especially when you combine it with motorcycles. Welcome to the 2014 Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride–Paris edition. This year, participation swelled to almost eighteen-thousand riders in 258 cities around the globe, all riding on the same day for the same cause.

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The Most Stylish Way to Attend the Goodwood Revival

The Most Stylish Way to Attend the Goodwood Revival

By Petrolicious Productions / 3 Oct 2014 / 4 Comments Read More

There are a few ways to attend the Goodwood Revival, whether in full period regalia or just showing up without honoring the classic nature of the event or in varying degrees somewhere in between. But the most stylish way to attend is on the heels of a multi-day run in your own classic ride.

Distinguished Gentlemen Ride for a Cause in London (1 of 2)

Distinguished Gentlemen Ride for a Cause in London (1 of 2)

By Amy Shore / 1 Oct 2014 / 6 Comments Read More

Walking up from London Bridge tube, it would have been rather impressive for me to have missed the hoards of motorcycles, engines purring, rolling into Borough Market. The underlying growl of over 600 motorcycles arriving could be heard over the usual sounds of the morning London traffic. I had to be careful not to catch myself on various handlebars sticking precariously out into the narrow-formed gangways.

The BMW Museum is a Treasury of Icons

The BMW Museum is a Treasury of Icons

By Andrey Smazhilo / 25 Sep 2014 / 4 Comments Read More

At the BMW Museum the exhibition doesn't begin in the building, but on a small plaza out front because there's always some action taking place, whether it's a check-point for a classic rally or some car from the collection is basking in the sun. Moreover, when you finally enter to purchase a ticket, it only becomes more impressive because standing guard is the legendary 1972 BMW E25 Turbo, designed for the 1972 Munich Olympics by Mr. Paul Bracq.

Wheels & Waves Hits the Road and Surf

Wheels & Waves Hits the Road and Surf

By Yoav Gilad / 24 Sep 2014 / 1 Comment Read More

Imagine spending four days on a sun-drenched Basque-French beach splitting your time between surf contests, tours through the country, crazy motorcycle hill-climbing and sprints, and checking out bands and art shows along with a couple hundred of your closest friends. That's basically what Wheels and Waves is.

Roaring Over the Same Mountain Roads Seventy Years Later

Roaring Over the Same Mountain Roads Seventy Years Later

By Petrolicious Productions / 6 Aug 2014 / 9 Comments Read More

The Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti (Gold Cup of the Dolomites) is an annual vintage rally that covers the route of the original Coppa delle Dolomiti. It first ran in 1947, along unpaved mountain roads, passing through many small villages (much like the Mille Miglia) and featuring an elevation change of over 4000m (13,540ft), over thirteen times greater than the Nurburgring's.

A Date With a Princess of Monaco

A Date With a Princess of Monaco

By Afshin Behnia / 17 Jul 2014 / 4 Comments Read More

The next day we set out on our road trip, driving through charming seaside towns in Liguria with a stop for an excellent lunch featuring the local specialty trofie al pesto. Back on the road and arriving in Monaco, we made the descent into town through the windy one-way roads and after several wrong turns finally spotted Pete’s early, bright-red Porsche 911E parked in front of a cafe.

Tour Norwegian Back Roads "On Days Like These"

Tour Norwegian Back Roads

By Christer Lundem / 12 Jun 2014 / 10 Comments Read More

Everything was as it should be: engines singing and sometimes the needles were buried well above redlines. The summits were, of course, still white with snow that wouldn't let go. Our car cut through dense fog and into sunshine on arrival. However, we were there to drive, not explore nature, so we pushed on. The pace was again swift...

Ancient Backdrop Hosts Rally Cars that Span Decades

Ancient Backdrop Hosts Rally Cars that Span Decades

By Máté Boér / 2 Jun 2014 / 3 Comments Read More

The early rays of the sun found the fifty-eight participant pairs close to the world heritage site of the Benedictine Pannonhalma Archabbey, one of the oldest monuments in Hungary. The historic background seemed appropriate given the colorful field of cars, spread from the little Honda S600 through a Tatra 608 to a perfectly preserved Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution.

This Is the Car that Inspired the Porsche R-Gruppe

This Is the Car that Inspired the Porsche R-Gruppe

By Petrolicious Productions / 29 May 2014 / 21 Comments Read More

Fifteen years ago, Mr. Cris Huergas ignited the early 911 hot rod revolution, by applying a humble list of factory sanctioned modifications to this 1969 911S. The car attracted the attention of Mr. Freeman Thomas who, together with Cris, founded R-Gruppe, a club that in turn inspired countless 911 enthusiasts, to adopt the same modifications as set forth in the factory’s Sports Purpose Manual.