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Around this time of the year, Motul PH preps up its annual pilgrimage to the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), lining up some of the show’s best cars for the country’s biggest annual motoring mecca. As always, Motul PH never ceases to amaze the crowd with rarely seen collector sports cars at the MIAS. Here’s […]
No matter what it is, if it is in Dubai, then it is probably among the biggest and the best. Whether it is property or fountains, or artificial islands, they go large and luxe, and it seems as if the local police have taken that ethos to heart with its fleet of cars, one of […]
Formula 1 begins this weekend Down Under! With winter testing over, most teams now head into Albert Park with the feeling that this year will be a better season than last year. Wheel-to-wheel racing is expected to add more excitement to the spectacle, while new regulations and new developments ensure that lap times will […]
On March 12, 1947, Italian motor racing team Scuderia Ferrari, which previously raced Alfa Romeo cars, presented its first in-house creation, the 125 S, in the courtyard of its factory in Maranello, Italy. The 125 S was the first in a long line of sports cars, both for the road and for competition, which shaped […]
FRANKFURT, Germany — Europe’s automakers face huge questions: the impact of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, President Donald Trump’s proposed border tax on imports, the uncertain prospects for electric vehicles. Meanwhile, they have to keep selling cars in a ferociously competitive European market. That mix of anxiety about the future and the need […]
The days of the naturally aspirated engine are numbered and soon, turbocharging will be the only option open to car makers that want to continue offering keen drivers a keen serving of horsepower, but without falling foul of tightening fuel economy and emissions regulations. With that in mind, the block that powers the latest full-size […]
The days of the naturally aspirated engine are numbered and soon turbocharging will be the only option open to car makers that want to continue offering keen drivers a keen serving of horsepower, but without falling foul of tightening fuel economy and emissions regulations.
Automobile sales in the Philippines in 2016 just shot off the roof, surpassing the landmark 400,000-unit mark.
Guess what this lawmaker got for Christmas. We thought this lawmaker was a bad boy but apparently he’s so nice that Santa gave him a yellow Ferrari over the holidays to add to his collection of supercars. The lawmaker, one of the few Ferrari connoisseurs this part of the world, took his Ferrari F12tdf (which […]
During a special celebration held at the National Art Center in Tokyo to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Ferrari in Japan, Ferrari revealed a new strictly limited series of bespoke cars, the J50. The Ferrari J50 is a two-seater, mid-rear-engined roadster that marks a return to the targa body style evocative of several well-loved Ferrari road […]