Tag Archives: prewar

  • The ’23 Grand Prix de Baquets – another extraordinary adventure, at life speed!

    This Grand Prix is a timely reminder of the motoring adventures that put Argentina at the very forefront of racing in the first part of the 20th century. The Turismo Carretera of yesteryear, where your brand made its first foray in motorsports and in people’s consciousness, were the very expression of the human soul at …

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  • Ruta 40 in Argentina – hop on the road less traveled (part I)

    Preamble: what follows is a first-hand account from our friend Willy – most of you will know him as Dandy Driver  – (and, frankly, if you do not know Willy as yet, it’s high-time you discover him) latest road-trip…. enjoy it as much as we did, especially as it is so reminiscent of the TC …

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  • 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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  • Monterey Race Week – The winning combination

    Time after time, Race Week amazes and this year did not disappoint. While the mood was somewhat more cautious than usual, the joyous occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance – postponed last year because of the pandemic – brought much to look forward to. Also, there were several other changes, …

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  • The Kraantje Lek Memorial in the Netherlands – another great occasion to celebrate

    The Dutch Vintage Sports Car Club (DVSCC) organized a short route around Overveen and Zandvoort in the spirit of Maus Gatsonides, a great local hero and Monte Carlo winner: . The tour,  called the Kraantje Lek Memorial (KLM – talk about branding…) was reserved t0 pre-war cars and was scheduled to drive around the region. …

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