The mid-20th century was the golden era for motor racing. Icons like Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss were at the peak of their powers, and racing teams the world over were boldy innovating, pushing the limits on just how far and fast human beings could go. Where there was high speed, brutal endurance and extreme daring, there also was Suixtil. The brand had emerged from its Argentinian roots and become synonymous with racing’s bravery, camaraderie and frankly, its cool.
It’s always good to look back on the past and bow our heads to the heroes — those men of character who raced fiery, capricious and beautiful machines at impossible speeds. More often than not, the best of them did it wearing Suixtil.