Horsham’s Piazza Italia X celebrated its tenth anniversary last weekend. Here’s what went down Continue reading Horsham Piazza Italia X
Achille Varzi was an artist. Despite being one of the greatest pre-war drivers, he suffered a tragic downfall. This is his story Continue reading Why you should know about: Achille Varzi
The Goodwood Members’ Meeting has arguably become Lord March’s most beguiling event. Continue reading Goodwood 74th Members’ Meeting – A window to a simpler time
AM-RB 001 promises to be the ‘greatest of all supercars’, but how will it achieve this? Continue reading AM-RB 001. What we know so far
The technical partnership between Aston Martin and Red Bull seems an unlikely one. But is this really the case? Continue reading Aston Martin and Red Bull: No bolt from the blue
In Grand Prix racing, there are champions, and there are also-rans. As with any top-level sport, it is a brutal distinction that separates the great from the merely good. For a driver to lift the World Championship trophy, they have demonstrated levels of mental strength, race-craft and raw talent that beggar belief. That is indisputable. Unarguable. It isn’t possible to luck into a world title … Continue reading Didier Pironi: France’s lost King?
The 2016 Geneva Motor Show proved to be a considerable milestone in the short-term future of the performance car. It was not particularly revolutionary– the Bugatti Chiron and Aston Martin DB11, immense though their potentials are, aren’t exactly shocks to the industry – but Geneva was nonetheless significant. You see, there was a considerable amount of pressure on quite a few manufacturers’ as they released their … Continue reading Thoughts from Geneva