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Column: Book Review – “Crash Course”, by Paul Ingrassia

Others | May 2nd, 2010 by Hugo Becker

We read them so you don’t have to. The ink is hardly dry on the pages of this 2010 book and yet the story is …

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Editorial: Is BMW becoming General Motors?

Featured Posts, Interesting | April 22nd, 2010 by Andrew

Alex Roy, of Gumball 144 and The Driver Fame and JF Musial of Fast Lane Daily and The Smoking Tire have a hypothesis to make …

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Editorial: A Brief History of Front Wheel Drive

Featured Posts, Interesting | April 6th, 2010 by Hugo Becker

Start. In the beginning was the Cugnot artillery tractor. More than one version of the three-wheeled front-wheel-drive (FWD) steamer came off the drawing boards in …

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Editorial: The Oval Roundel

Featured Posts, Others | March 23rd, 2010 by Shawn Molnar

We recently received news that BMW will be building front wheel drive cars. This news stings our ears and tears at our hearts; here’s why. …

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Editorial: Icon of a decade – The E30 3 Series

3-Series, Featured Posts | March 22nd, 2010 by Stjepan

Remember the 1980s? Who could forget the decade of big hair, extravagant fashion, great music and groundbreaking technical achievements – brick-sized cell phones, monochromatic PC …

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Column: The Zaftig GT

5 Series GT | January 26th, 2010 by Hugo Becker

There seem to be multiple definitions of the term, Gran Tourismo Turismo . How else could such disparate vehicles like a Mustang GT, Bentley Continental …

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Editorial: Interesting times for car enthusiasts

Others | January 24th, 2010 by Andrew

These are interesting times we’re living for car enthusiasts. That may seem obvious but today’s events with GM’s restructuring China officially becoming the largest consumer …

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