The story of the appearance of racing cars "Silver Arrows"
The situation was desperate. Before the start of the international race, “Eiffelrennen” remained quite a bit when the Rennlighter (manager, as we would say now) of the Mercedes-Benz team Alfred…

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Beauty Race: Mobile Museum
Incredibly beautiful cars, sharp turns, crazy speeds and thousands of excited spectators along the route - such was the Mille Miglia race, the most exciting autosport competition in Italy from…

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What is the difference between a racing car and a cramp?
My first entry was an article about preparing a car for racing competitions, and I decided to explain - what is the difference between a racing car and a "writer"?…

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BMW and rally

BMW cars have long become a symbol of style, power and reliability. This year, the legendary Bavarian concern celebrates its 90th anniversary.

In 1913, on the northern outskirts of Munich, Karl Rapp and Gustav Otto, the son of the inventor of the internal combustion engine Nikolaus August Otto, create two small aircraft engine companies. Continue reading

It is interesting to know
There is a huge amount of interesting facts connected with the history of the first automobile competitions. Here are some of the most curious of them: 1. The fastest car…

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Interview with Mikko Hirvonen, vice rally world champion
What is your opinion about the next year’s World Cup transition to Super2000 equipment? Moreover, after winning the Monte Carlo IRC stage behind the wheel of a Ford Fiesta S2000,…

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Mazda MX-5 Open Race-2010, or as we defended the honor of Russia on the racetrack
Surprisingly, with all the diverse geography of business trips, I still have never been to Italy. Of course, this annoying gap would be eliminated sooner or later. But was it…

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DREG Racing: 530 km / h
So we got to the machines, whose purpose - driving only in a straight line, and the minimum turning radius can be tens of meters. Dragsters are adapted to "squeeze…

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