En Route to Goodwood

September is probably my favourite month of the year. Temperatures are just right – sunny but not too hot with a soft light, crisp autumn chill and crunching leaves underfoot. Feeling recharged from the summer, it’s the perfect time to slow down and unwind… … but to be frank, the main reason is because of…

Goodwood Revival 2018 Recap

Photo by Mikey Snelgar, @mikeysnelgar on Instagram.

Last weekend saw one of the greatest classic car events in the world unfold at Goodwood. Spanning three days, the Goodwood Revival is a celebration of automotive infatuation like no other; owners of some of the rarest and most expensive historic metal risk their prized possessions and their lives racing (and sometimes crashing) a plethora…

Endurance legends never die…

The Ford GT40 was born from the ambition of Henry Ford II who wanted to have a Ford at Le Mans, but there is another side to the story… In 1963, Enzo Ferrari was interested in selling to the Ford Company, at the condition that he remained in control of Ferrari’s Motorsport division. Ford did not agree…

The Extraordinary Goodwood Revival

Revival British Summer This year, Goodwood Revival as not failed to give us one of the most unpredictable weather we could have imagined.  Good thing is that nothing stopped the enthusiasts to bring their best self to the events once again, from all over the world we have seen incredible people sharing soaking smiles and…

Le Mans winning Car 1951 

Clearly, the XK120 was never going to be competitive against pure sports-racing cars and something had to be done to maintain the head of steam and the precious publicity it was accumulating. The 24 Hours race of Le Mans had the right ingredients as it was technically demanding, famous in America, conveniently close and with…