Breaking into Braking: The Brembo Story

When you want to go racing, you go Brembo. The firm founded in 1961 emerged in the 1980s as a brake supplier for major manufacturers, then going public in 1995. After a series of acquisitions in recent years, Brembo has cemented itself firmly as the leader in the braking industry. It is not often an […]

From Zonda to Huayra

Pagani engines begin their journey in Affalterbach, Germany under the watchful eyes of Michael Kübler. The the Mercedes engine builder was handpicked by Horacio Pagani to build the thunderous v12 to power his creation. The Mercedes-AMG and Pagani partnership is a longstanding tradition, with Pagani using the Mercedes sourced 7.3L V12 to power the devilishly […]

When Car Companies Make Bicycles

Lets see who did it best? All of these examples use carbon fibre technology and involve collaboration with established bicycle manufacturers. The most comfortable seat clearly goes to the Spyker Aeroblade with its plush leather seat. All of them have features which set them apart, such as the integrated data logging on the Aston One-77. […]

Letterman the Car Guy

As we say goodbye to one of the most popular of late night hosts, lets reflect on a part of Mr. Letterman not often seen on screen. First off, does Letterman have a tremendous Ferrari collection? Yes he does, even an incredibly valuable 288 GTO. A more eccentric side of Letterman is comprised of his […]

Where Do We Get Our Auto-Laughs Now?

With Top gear out of Commission, is there an auto show in existence with a sense of humour? Clarkson, May and Hammond may reappear in an another program, but the damage is done. Clearly the move towards youtube channels and online videos has been going on for years, so what does it have to offer?   We […]