#FlashbackFriday and Ironman70.3 Switzerland race analysis time but first of all, I made it, completed the full distance while also reaching the goal I had set, the sub-5 hours finish. It feels awesomely good because it was also my first … Continue reading #Training – The Ironman70.3 Switzerland Report.
Six months into 2017 and yeah, I haven’t been posting much… The reason behind this is probably that race I entered very lately after having listened to a few friends while away on a triathlon camp. The sort of race … Continue reading #Training – It’s Rapperswil time.
Not your usual Lotus here but a bike and the only real Lotus bike. Something which properly fits in the manufacturer history, a breakaway and cutting-edge concept which was instrumental in the 1992 British Olympic cycling triumph. Regarding the bike, the Lotus Type 108 … Continue reading #Focus – The Lotus Type 108.
All Pictures. © Robert Clayson Photographic © It’s a mayhem if you actually think of what Group 1 is in historic at the moment. But it always was, even in period so history is just repeating itself I guess. But what about those … Continue reading #HistoricRacing – BSCC Group 1, and actual ruling interpretation.
Just got back from this year 75th Goodwood Members’ Meeting and here are a few impressions of the high speed demonstrations that Goodwood Road & Racing put together for the joy of the historic or let’s say the younger part … Continue reading #RemiDargegen – The 75th Members Meeting High Speed Demonstrations.
Here comes the Coupe Sport Leichtbau or let’s say a proper BMW E9 in 3.0 CSL trim. Why is it so special? Well first, you have to consider the fact that the particular car we are to detail here is … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness – The 1974 Alpina 3.0 CSL Group 2.
The first time Mazda used a four rotor engine in one of their sports prototype racers at Le Mans was in 1988 and this was achieved through the introduction of the almighty Mazda 767 and introduction of the 13J-M2 Wankel … Continue reading #Focus – The Four Rotor Mazda 767B-003.
1996, the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterchaft was dead and Bernie, at the time Vice-President of the FIA, was in control of the now so-called FIA International Touring Car Championship – ITCC – through the governing body ruling and working out the Championship. … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness, 1996, Alfa Corse misses it for good…
From 1976, the FIA World Championship for Makes would be ruled by the Group 5 regulations as the top category. Essentially, the cars would have to be based on a homologated model from Group 1 to 4 with all modifications allowed … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness – Extreme or Aeroheck.
The 2016 Best Of. Continue reading #2016 – The year in 60 pictures.
1995 or the turning point? That’s probably what Alfa Romeo and the Alfa Corse guys were thinking. It was to be a whole new season, regulations were changed and the Championship and calendar would go global. A turning point as … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness, 1995, Alfa Corse si scatena.
Just finished my 2016 race season about a week ago and yeah, now time for 2017 to roll on. This year has been all about discovering and handling more training, getting the distance logged in and understanding how to balance … Continue reading #Training – Finishing on a High. Roll On 2017.