Tag Archives: Mercedes

  • Our Xmas gift to you? A look back at the Vernasca Silver Flag, an event that has it all (and lots of Suixtil moments too)

    We had to think long and hard about what we could bring to put under your Xmas tree – you, after all, already have it all… And then it came to us: we have not yet told you about one of the year’s best events – the Vernasca Silver Flag held in Piacenza (about half …

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  • The Classics & Sports Car gift guide features some cool ideas (including 2 from us….)

    So the Classics & Sport Car Gift Guide for the year is out. Brightly penned by Marc McLaren (destiny?) it lists varied products that would please any discerning enthusiasts. And manages to name us not once but twice and we’re thrilled that one of our favorite magazine managed to remember us on such a momentous …

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  • The Goodwood Revival – (another) one for the books

    You’ve already heard it all – not least of all here. How great the Goodwood Revival is, how fabulous the organization, how we even suspect Lord March to conspire with some otherworldly powers to fix the weather – and this year’s edition certainly lent credence to that. The reality might be altogether different. Don’t get …

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  • Monterrey Race Week – Noting compares…

    And while we did not get a chance to make our way to the track this year, we believe the tour we managed, centered around the two events where your brand was exhibited (Automobilia Monterrey in Seaside and Retro Auto at the Spanish Bay Lodge at Pebble Beach) and the visit to the RM Sotheby’s …

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  • Schloss Dyck von Trips memorial – a Concours & demo drive well worth the trip to Dusseldorf

    It had been a few years since we had attended the Schloss Dyck event and we were surprised to see how much it has grown in the interim. The landscape has been reshuffled to accommodate a larger population of cars, a bigger line-up at the Concours (while the settings remain as grand as ever). The …

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  • Glorious Nürburgring Classic

    Of course the track is  not what it once was, of course the spirit that animates those exhibition races is not quite the excitement that once presided over the proceedings being held here. And yet, if anything, the cars have grown more even beautiful with the passing years and their owners ever more determined to …

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  • 77th Members’ Meeting at Goodwood – Paradise found, almost….

    May is still young and it is quite daring, as previous editions have shown – with hail and all, to be organizing a large-scale racing outdoor event. But Lord March‘s team, undaunted, pulls out all the stops and organizes what is, somehow, like a Revival of the Spring (or, in music parlance and if Stravinsky …

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  • The Gentleman Racer likes our Regularity gloves

    Our friend Michael from The Gentleman Racer is a man in high-demand, constantly moving between tracks, test drives and varied travel adventures and we love keeping track with him vicariously through his weekly newsletter that also includes a best-off of what’s happening in the car universe (you might want consider signing up too). It was …

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  • Amelia Island – Florida’s perfect attraction in March

    We had to do it – for you, escape the cold and drudgery of a winter’s tail-end and make it, like snowbirds, to Florida in March, But believe us, it wasn’t all that glamorous and just 5 days before the famed Concours d’Elegance put together by Bill Warner and his team the weathering was cold, …

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  • Porsche 911 at speed on the salt

    The South America Grand Prix – Another grand TC like rally.

    And so it was that for half of October and the best part of November this year, a group of enthusiasts (close to 20 teams + support) went off across half a dozen countries through hell and back (what’s the old Churchillian saying? If you’re going through hell, keep going) with their choice of vehicles …

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