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An exciting routine of visiting Lord March

An exciting routine of visiting Lord March

The third and last chapter of the biography on Lord March reveals some interesting encounters, the author Steven Bayley had with him: »Every time I visit, he shows me something new. Last time it was a Canaletto sketch. But there’s a routine. You go from his...
“The Keeper of Goodwood’s Flame”

“The Keeper of Goodwood’s Flame”

Following “Collecting Car Stuff and Car People”, please read chapter two of Stephen Bayley’s portrait on Lord March: »Lord March is the keeper of Goodwood’s flame. The privileges bring responsibilities. The latter include maintaining a fine James Wyatt house...
Review: Rolls Royce enthusiast met on the Riviera

Review: Rolls Royce enthusiast met on the Riviera

When two heritages make a perfect match Did you ever wonder why the coastal road in Nice in the South of France, one of the gems of the Cote d’Azur, is called the “Promenade des Anglais”? Or why the main road in Alassio, a beautiful village in the western part...
Lord March: “Collecting Car Stuff and Car People”

Lord March: “Collecting Car Stuff and Car People”

Today begins the Festival of Speed 2014, an event that wouldn’t exist without Lord March. On his estate near Chichester, the Lord has created a highly individual and very British venue – a place where motorsports are celebrated like nowhere else on earth. We want to...
Mercedes-Benz celebrates 120 years of Motorsports

Mercedes-Benz celebrates 120 years of Motorsports

In 1894, newspaper publisher Pierre Giffard organized a competition for vehicles without horses. The 126 km race from Paris to Rouen was an exotic event, featuring cars powered by steam, battery and petrol. Gottlieb Daimler, one of the pioneers of petrol powered...

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