I've only been to India a couple of times. Each was an assault on all the senses. Color, sound and taste bombarded by incredible contrasts and fascinating combinations.
Point it where you want it to go. And be amazed that something so seemingly big and heavy can move so deftly and so damned fast
Don't be deceived when you first set eyes on it. This is exactly what it looks like. Trouble.
Of the best variety.
Of all the circuits of Formula 1, it may be the most revered. Not necessarily for the track or the racing. And it’s not that it doesn’t have that in spades.
It’s always good to name things after
memorable things. And for anyone who ever spent any time in the south of France the name of Paul Ricard will forever be associated with high octane...
Redbull may give you wings, but, in the absence of being able to fly, a Vespa may just be your best bet.
I'm sure there is too much of a good thing.
There's certainly too much of something you
think is a good thing but which others older
and wiser tell you is a bad thing.
I’m no authority on the subject, but I can
provide insight which has been imparted to me
by the guys who made it a reality.
When I was a kid I used to collect a very
glossy American car magazine. The posters
emblazoned my walls. From Vector W8’s
through Strosek and Ruf Porsches.
And then there were the Lambos.