That's the spirit: Emanuelle Alt
A short message can say so much: "I would love to own a Porsche or a Jaguar, but I can't with the children. But I love fast cars. In the summer we did a road-trip to California; I did not let my husband take the wheel once." Was signed: Emanuelle Alt, Vogue France's new editor and 24/7 gazelle-legged cool person. Click above to see a short interview with her whilst inspecting the Fiat 500 Gucci (what?) at the Milan fashion week in 2011. Girls, please listen carefully to this lady, this is what we want to hear from you!
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Pat Moss has died
Pat Moss-Carlsson died 14 October after a long ilness aged just 73. All right it maybe old news but better late than never a tribute to one of the first female rally drivers. If not THE best, as she won the European Ladies' Championship 5 times in 1958, 1960, 1962, 1964 and 1965 and even won the Dutch Tulip Rally (which was still quite an achievement in those days..).Add a comment
Phil Hill: 1927-2008
The first of only two US F1 champions has died, aged 81 years old in Montery, California, last week. Hill suffered from Parkinson's disease and another degenerative neurological disorder, multiple systems atrophy. Hill won many trophies, most of which he achieved in Europe in European cars.
Column: From youngtimer to classic
As of late I have been asking myself, for no obvious reason, when a youngtimer becomes a classic car. It seems there is no real definite answer. But this doesn't keep me from trying to find out. Generally 25 years is taken as rule, or at least by governments. Add a comment