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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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  • Members’ Meeting at Goodwood

    We are so very fortunate that we have many friends – some, like Robbert, who also happens to be our Dutch Ambassador, with such a talent at capturing the moments that matter most that one wonders why they need another job. Might it be  just so that they would not put us to complete shame …

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  • A road trip to Argentina – with a purpose (of course)… – Part I

    Visiting Argentina is an experience and more – let us tell you about our latest trip, just this past month. As a preamble, it should be noted that we’d been there before – some 20-odd years ago – and that we have also been around a few other places, often taking the proverbial (and literal) …

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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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  • …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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  • 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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  • Another great day for the Drum Brake series fanatics – at Brands Hatch this time…

    You remember, don’t you – the Drum Brake series and what it’s all about – the ethos, the gentleman racer mentality, the splendid machines and all the dreams that came with them and their roars, their powerful roars… Once again, Pia and Tony, from the Historic Racing Repertoire, managed once again to secure the help …

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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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  • The Vernasca Silver Flag 2023 – Hillclimb to heaven!

        The story of the 27th edition of the Vernasca Silver Flag is really two stories – both very Suixtil as you’ll see. The first one starts with Alex, he of Suixtil Benelux, roping in some friends in the Netherlands to ride down to Piacenza, Italy, taking all the backroads, mountain passes and impossible …

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  • The drum-brake series is back – Silverstone first!

    Oh yes, we just love it – our friends Pia and Tony (yes, they of the Historic Racing Repertoire fame) are back with the series – you know the one: the drum brake series. It harks back to a gentler time of sportsmen and impossible cars that bore more than a passing resemblance with those …

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