First held in 1925, the Monaco Grand Prix, contested on the small roads of Monte Carlo, soon established itself as the most charming, incredible and famous car race in the world.
We’re in the middle of the Mille Miglia 2018. The teams have left Rome to cross some of the most attractive Italian landscapes today. As you might already know, we provide you with up to date information via Facebook and Twitter.
A day before the Mille Miglia caravan sets off for Rome, all the cars assemble in the center of Brescia for inspection and for the “Punzonatura” – the stamping of a lead seal onto the steering column of each competing vehicle.
Mere days before the start of the Mille Miglia, historic racing enthusiasts gathered at Monaco’s legendary city-center course. It’s hard to imagine any class of historic racing car
We originally planned to have only three installments of our series on Mille Miglia participants, and we’ve managed to cover some great stories about a number of great classic cars.
It was April 21st 1968 when Valentino Balboni first clocked on, as an apprentice, at the Lamborghini workshop. This new job was the start of something big for young Valentino.
This year’s RM Sotheby’s Monaco sale is being held during the same weekend as the Grand Prix Historique de Monaco.
In the final posting of our miniseries on Mille Miglia participants and their cars, we feature a small beast brought from Liechtenstein and a car designed by the Maserati brothers that now lives in Japan.
Last Saturday, after five days of driving, the 2018 Tour Auto finally reached Nice. After the stage to Mégève, the subject of our last report, came the journey down into the Rhone Valley.
We start the second posting in our mini-series about Mille Miglia participants and their cars with two real stars of the classic car scene: Evert Louwman with his outstanding SSK.
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