The BMW M3 E36 is finally getting the recognition it always deserved.
Described by many as the pinnacle of analogue sportscar design, the McLaren F1 is so much more than the sum of its parts.
The Lamborghini Gallardo was a great supercar when new and its popularity has hardly diminished as it settles into modern classic status. Continue reading The Lamborghini Gallardo buying guide – Supercar performance for sports car money
The Bauhaus styling of the original TT made it a sales boon for Audi. Its underrated driving characteristics and continued lineage give it the hallmarks of a modern classic.
Continue reading Audi TT buying guide – The Bauhaus sports car
Sophisticated simplicity. Are there two words that better describe the humble Citroën 2CV Deux Chevaux? Continue reading Citroën 2CV buying guide – “An umbrella on wheels”
The collector car sales business founded by former auction head Max Girardo has gone from strength to strength. Here’s why… Continue reading Girardo & Co.: Only the best will do
Revered, feared: the Nürburgring Nordschleife. It has been a characteristic feature of the Eifel and its people for over 90 years. They tell their visitors stories that go beyond the asphalt, but the Nordschleife is always in their hearts and minds. Continue reading The Nürburgring Nordschleife is their life
90 years ago, Rudolf Caracciola achieved a surprising victory at the 1931 Mille Miglia. The large and, despite numerous lightening measures, still heavy Mercedes-Benz SSKL (W 06 RS) started in Brescia rather as an outsider. Continue reading 1931 Mille Miglia – The victory of Rudolf Caracciola in a Mercedes-Benz SSKL
Is the 80-year-old Stösser BMW wrongly advertised as the BMW 303, really the first of its kind? Our expert tries to shed some light on the matter. Continue reading The Stösser BMW – The first of its kind