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  • Racestripe Magazine reviews Suixtil – that’s sweet, sorry Swede!

    Good news travel fast – they also travel far, as we found out when reading the message from friendly Robert that Racestripe magazine – a gorgeous webzine put-together in Sweden by true aficionados for the simple pleasure of it – had decided to publish a feature on Suixtil. And this right after Christmas, with their …

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  • The Morgan Club de France receives a formal Suixtil introduction

    Right in time for Christmas too – you’d almost think – if you did not know us better, but you do – that these are sophisticated moves from some great masterminds, rather than the fumbling around of of an aging team of classic-car fanatics with a passion for keeping a story, and the spirit it …

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  • The ’23 Grand Prix de Baquets – another extraordinary adventure, at life speed!

    This Grand Prix is a timely reminder of the motoring adventures that put Argentina at the very forefront of racing in the first part of the 20th century. The Turismo Carretera of yesteryear, where your brand made its first foray in motorsports and in people’s consciousness, were the very expression of the human soul at …

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  • …meanwhile, in the old country

    As if one place ever had the monopoly on (Suixtil) good times – “que nenni” as they would say in France! Proof: in the UK, at the Castle Combe track (a circuit with at least 70 years history) the members of the Drum Brakes series, gathered under the auspices of the Griffiths-Haig trophy conceived by …

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  • American Racing at its best!

    September certainly has some great vintage racing – not high on neon lights and manhole covers but big on character, gorgeous machines and friendships – what else do you need. And, of course, the Labor Day weekend at Lime Rock was also the occasion to celebrate the centenary of the MG marque, with a splendid …

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  • The Goodwood Revival – through the eyes of a pro…

    It’s not that the angle is different, the whole perspective changes. A pro, like our very own Günter -gentleman racer, Suixtil German Ambassador, talented photographer and so much more – not only sees things but also knows how to capture them. It’s not even that, it’s that in an event like the Revival, where everything …

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  • The Goodwood Revival – an amateur’s perspective

    THE Revival, as we’ve all agreed to call it by now is certainly confronted to some hard challenges. On the one hand, there are all the previous editions that (lots) people have attended and of which they carry these blissful memories – these will be held as the benchmarks for the current edition. On the …

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  • Route 40 (the longest in South America) – Part 2

    If you follow us regularly, you know that our friend willy (the very Dandy Driver) has started a daring expedition down one of the longest roads in the world – otherwise, you can find all about the first stage here and, once you’re good and ready, join us here, now that he is back (and …

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  • Pebble Beach Concours – Hard to improve (and yet…)!

    As those of you, the many of you – thank you again, who have been following us for a while will know¸ we have been coming to Pebble Beach for quite a few years now (going on 15 – is that even possible?) and have been raving about the unique ability of the Concours week …

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  • The Classic Days – a classic not to be missed!

    The Classic Days are quite special for us, since they started around the same time we relaunched your brand about 15 years ago, give or take a few. They have been growing steadily, overcoming obstacles that would have felled less passionate organizers (try surviving Covid, for one) and managed to keep the event both fun …

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