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  • 28th edition of the Vernasca Silver Flag

    And there it was, again, time for that blessed race in the Italian hills of Piacenza, under the good auspices of Claudio Casale and his team of volunteers and assorted magicians and geniuses. But that’s not really how it begins, at least not in a Suixtil dimensions where things have to go mad before they …

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  • Heaven on earth – in Argentina, no less…

    Oh, and one more thing we forgot to mention we had been lucky to experience during our last trip to Argentina in March. We got kindly invited to meet up at a friend’s out of town haven to visit his collection. It is quite the way out of town and one must be prepared to …

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  • Meanwhile, still in Argentina…

    And while we were slogging it through bad weather in unknown provinces, Mariano, our colleague from the USA but really from Argentinean descend, was rallying in grand style with friends – a true case of horses for courses right there. Going from winery to winery around Mendoza, in landscapes that were just impossible to describe …

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  • Meanwhile, in Australia….

    And yes, the season is truly back – though this might be the winding down for our Australian friends – then again, what a ways to go: a 4 days rally through the back roads of Victoria culminating (after all sorts of gastronomic, track times and assorted libations as only our cousins Down Under – …

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  • The Amelia Concours – back for more!

    It has been a while, unfortunately, we had not attended the Amelia (as it is now called since Hagerty took over) and seen for ourselves the changes – and the things that stayed the same. We were very lucky that we took part in the Concours alongside with Christopher John, our latest resell partner based …

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  • Octane at 250 (issues) still finds time to review our Ibsley…

    we feel very fortunate – at a busy time like this, when the mag is all about celebrating their accomplishments to date – of which there are many, of course – the editorial team still finds time for the little guys (that’s us) and e, once again, find ourselves in the big league, thrust between …

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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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  • 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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  • Celebrating the centenary of Le Mans at the Classic? Yes please!

    Of course, that was the main reason of our (and about 200 thousands of you as well) visit – the latest edition of Le Mans Classic. Last year (a COVID – remember that – catch-up) was a blast, but could the event sustain the same blistering pace 2 years running? well, the answer is a …

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