A fall drive on the backroads of Massachusetts and New Hampshire to LaBelle Winery.
A track day at Palmer Motosports Park in MA with the Larz Anderson Auto Museum and Race Cars for a Cause.
From the speedway comes their stamina . . . from the skyway comes their style You’re out of date without an eight Smart to be seen in . . . smarter to buy Your thrifty one in ’51 Studebaker-the great independent The common sense cars Craftsmanship with Flair First by far with a post-war car
In Germany they say Bey Em Vey. And they get out of the way… The Driver’s Car The Ultimate Tanning Machine Vive la différence Bavarian Cream
We build our cars by an unusual process: by hand. Mini Me You just got passed by a clown car. Roaring Back A new speed sensation by Daimler
If you’ve wanted a Vette since you were a kid, you’ve waited long enough Forecast Of A New Era In American Sports Cars The Real McCoy Wolf in wolf’s clothing Aficionados are made, not born Some things in life are memorable. Others are unforgettable The average dream lasts 6.6 minutes. This isn’t your average dream… Continue reading The Real McCoy
Gaily bedight, A gallant knight, In sunshine and in shadow, Had journeyed long, Singing a song, In search of Eldorado. But he grew old— This knight so bold— And o’er his heart a shadow— Fell as he found No spot of ground That looked like Eldorado. And, as his strength Failed him at length, He… Continue reading E L D O R A D O
Dr. Simeone discussed how Germany always produces at least one great race car every decade. The National favorites from the 1920s, 1930s, 1950s, and 1970s were featured in this Demo Day Event. They were all great international winners of their time. 1927 Mercedes Benz S-Type Sportwagen, the brainchild of Ferdinand Porsche while he was working… Continue reading Der Beste Von Deutschland
Perhaps the greatest and most successful sports racing cars of all time were made by Alfa Romeo, particularly if one takes history back to the 1920s: 1925 Alfa Romeo RLSS:These cars became popular luxury sporting models for individuals like Benito Mussolini who indicated that his car had a “magnificent engine” and the Aga Kahn said… Continue reading La meccanica delle emozioni: Alfa Romeo
It is not always the biggest engine or the fastest car that wins the race. Certain cars regularly beat the bigger models because of their maneuverability and balance in road races. The Simeone Museum demonstrated a quartet of cars that did surprisingly well against their larger competitors: 1913 Mercer Raceabout, with a relatively small 4.9 liter engine.… Continue reading Giant Killers: Light vs. Might