Last weekend, the Spa-Francorchamps circuit hosted the historic Spa Classic 2017. Famous for its rain, curves and constant up and downhill stretches, the racetrack has been dubbed the “Belgian Rollercoaster”.
For those interested in car design, one of the hot topics of recent times has been the way the influence of auto design trends and designers can spread between countries and lead to a blending of styles.
For centuries, the island of Malta, nicknamed the aircraft carrier of the Mediterranean, played a very important strategic role. Today, the Republic of Malta, a small, solid state and full EU member, is regarded as one of the best places you can relocate to.
The first Trieste-Opicina hill climb was organized in 1911, when the city of Trieste was still part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire.
RM Sotheby’s is soon to return to Lake Como, Italy, for its traditional Villa Erba auction linked to the Concorso d’Eleganza di Villa d’Este.
The car was designed as a “Ferrari-killer”, and more than 50 years later at Tour Auto 2017, that’s still exactly what it is. A 1965 Ford GT40 driven by British team Smith/Cottingham
The first highlight of the spring for classic car lovers in Europe is the Tour Auto. The rally is being held for the 26th time this year, with competitors gathering for registration at the Grand Palais in Paris on April 24 (see gallery below for pictures).
Pandolfini classic car division has formally opened just a few weeks ago. It is devoted to classic cars, classic motorcycles and automobilia.
Are you going to Essen? This is the question on everyone’s lips right now in the run up to April 5th, when the 29th Techno Classica show is due to open its doors.
Italy’s identity is built not so much on its industrial prowess as on its wealth of its small artisanal shops, or “botteghe”.
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