• The Gran Premio de Baquets – an Argentine experience….

    This one is for those of you who have seen and done it all – it is an exhausting rally that’s reminiscent of the very first crazy cross-continent races held between 4 or 5 countries back in the mid ’30s and ’40s when a devil-may-care attitude (and a Suixtil sponsorship) was the only thing carrying …

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  • The Goodwood Revival through the eyes of a pro…

    This is as much an exercise in psychology and science – investigating the “too much of a great thing” paradigm – as it is an homage to our friend (and, of course, German Ambassador) Günter. He manages to capture both the essence of an event as special as the Revival without losing any of the …

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  • Out racing at the Glen

    September also saw the return of the Bee – we, of course, mean Honey Bee – the MGA with a sting – driven by none other than mad-Dave who, again, had it in his mind to operate in both Group 1 and 8 (with Nazdar) at (almost) the same time. Not ubiquity, but certainly as …

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  • The Goodwood Revival – Out of this world (and then some…)!

    Of course, September is also the month of the Goodwood Revival and this year was rendered all the more special by the multiple anniversaries that were celebrated – from the Prancing Horse 75th birthday to MGB‘s big celebration (where our friend David shone in the midst of a hair-raising start of the Lavant Cup), there …

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  • Labor Day at Lime Rock (and at life speed!)

    Fine traditions, that’s what we’re all about – along with a few other values. It was therefore quite a unique pleasure that Mariano, yes, he of Suixtil USA, was able (again) to both setup the Suixtil tent for friends and aficionado alike to come and trade stories, and get some track time too. In keeping …

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  • Race Week in Monterey – it’s so great to be back!

    The reasons were good and many but the reality is that there is simply no possible replacement for the pleasures supplied in inordinate volumes by a full dose of race-week on the Monterey peninsula. Picture this: the events, the cars, the friends, the racing, the auctions, the action, did we already mention the friends? In …

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  • The “drum brake series” goes racing at Oulton Park – a dream come true

    And so it came to pass that the drum brake series we had introduced to you back in May just had their second outing – at Oulton Park – with your brand still associated with the whole exercise. Still held under the banner of the very kind banner of the HSCC, the most badly afflicted vintage …

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  • Back at Le Mans Classic – an ode to joy

    No, we are not thinking about Ludwig von, but yes, we got back to Le Mans Classic after a (too) long, COVID induced, interruption. And yes, it was everything we hoped for – and more. In broad strokes: A masterful organization of the whole event, supported by a glorious weather – Check! A wonderful Suixtil …

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  • A(nother) great day at the Museum

    Count us – and, by extension, you as well, lucky – we have just been able to take another trip to the great museum of the Automobile Club de L’Ouest – the custodian of the 24 hours of Le Mans. It was, as could be expected, a treat, with so many cars and moments encapsulated …

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  • The Vernasca Silver Flag keeps getting better (if that’s even possible)….

    Back to its regular programming in June, audiences have once again gathered to celebrate everything motorized in Piacenza (between Milan and Parma, for reference), for that for the Vernasca Silver Flag. This was in keeping  with a long-established tradition, while, at the same time, staying nicely under the radar so that the gathering still has …

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