Uhh, Red Bull is Austrian.
Uhh, Red Bull is Austrian.
Thanks for the share Bradley. It was quite successful in its day, winning some touring car and hillclimb championships.
See also - every sporting contest from a school soccer game to the Superbowl. If a sports result has that much of an impact on your emotional life (and you’re not professionally involved) there is something else missing from your life.
Swifty is a legend and a lovely chap.
You could be thinking of the Betty Richmond Trophy which we run at Members’ Meeting or the St. Mary’s in a ‘60s year which is very Mini heavy (them versus the Galaxies is amazing). This year the St. Mary’s was ‘50s and a 7-litre Thunderbird dominated!
Thanks for the share Bradley. We’ve only done an all-Mini race at Revival once before in 2013 so it was amazing fun to do it again. We had nine Le Mans winners six WEC champions and an Olympic gold medallist on the grid! Just wish it had been a two-parter now.
Stahlbus drain valve with integrated hose is the answer
Pretty sure that's a Flux Capacitor mounted on the back there.
The targa version of the Coupe is even better. My mother has promised to leave her Coupe to me, maybe I’ll get the roof taken off 😁
You’re a managing editor, you should at least spell the title of the book you are reviewing - and the name of its subject - correctly.
But most modern cars have a hump in the floorpan to add rigidity so completely flat floors are rarely possible now. EVs will change that I guess.
It would be better to celebrate Lancia's history of innovation, engineering and luxury by making it a high end EV brand.
It looks like the sports car Mr Incredible buys himself. I like.
I am a staffer and yes it was odd and a little disheartening but we were really pleased to put on a weekend of racing for everyone. It was a huge effort to make it happen in the time we had available compared to our normal events.
I learned to drive in one of those. It’s awesome and is why I own Alfas today. It is now rare and will probably be collectable but not at that price, no.
A 159 is a GM POS in disguise. As is the Brera. Not Alfas at all.
Worst. Spring Break. Ever.
The foglight switch to the right of the steering wheel is for the front foglights (slanted hashmark representing the beam), the other one is the rear foglights (straight hashmark representing the beam). Read more
Rover created the first jet turbine powered car in the 1950s and was developing the technology for road use for over a decade (setting many speed records along the way) until it was shelved.
Weren’t the photographer and model using the Volvo for a commercial purpose and should therefore have sought permission and/or paid a fee for the rights to do so? Presumably such a deal would then have named the photographer as the rights holder.