YouTube user and good friend Alexsmolik has captured something you don't really see every day. In the Avenue Foche, Paris, he saw some policemen managing some of the most rare and expensive supercars in the world, such as the Maserati MC12 and the Porsche Carrera GT. They were seizing and loading them on a truck! We don't really know the reason, but it looks like that all these stunning supercars are all owned by the same person, the son of the dictator of Equatorial Guinea, so we may think these cars have been bought with " dirty money ".
Let's take a look at Alex's video, where we can see a 1 of 50 Maserati MC12, Porsche Carrera GT, Rolls Royce Phantom Coupè and a 1 of 40 Aston Martin V8 V600 Le Mans.
Thursday, 29 September 2011
Wednesday, 28 September 2011
Recently I attended the official opening of a new racetrack in Italy. I was there with a friend with his Lamborghini Gallardo. In the video first you can see some track scenes involving the Lambo, which sounded absolutely great with the FabSpeed exhaust. At the end of the day my friend left the racetrack. Just outside the racetrack there was the main road which was very tight, there was another car coming from the opposite way. Worried about scratching his car against the other, my friend moved too much on the right side of the road and half of the car fell down. Actually, we were in the countryside, in the middle of nowhere. It was a pretty difficult situation to move the car, but with the help of other people we resolved the situtation.
Tuesday, 27 September 2011
Yesterday at the Camden Airport, Sydney, took place a weird challenge: the attempt to set a record for the world's fastest engine-powered couch ever made. With a top speed of 163.12km/h, this is the world's fastest couch!
Posted by Marco at 19:02
For a car enthusiast like me, it's always painful to hear when a supercar get crashed. Recently, a yellow Ferrari Enzo owned by Zahir Rana. There are just 399 Ferrari Enzo in the world, but technically much less, since over a dozen has been crashed in the history. Even worse, his Ferrari Enzo was pretty unique. It was modified by german tuner Edo Competition, making it faster and more exclusive than a " standard " Enzo. The incident took place during the Targa Newfoundland Rally 2011.
Posted by Marco at 13:23
Monday, 26 September 2011
Sunday, 25 September 2011
What we have here is a good interpretation to the possible origin of the name of the Lamborghini Aventador ahah :)
Posted by Marco at 17:27
This summer i had a unique opportunity, an invitation from the test driver to spend one day with Pagani on track. The Pagani team was at the Adria International Raceway for the delivery of a brand new Pagani Zonda R to its lucky owner.
Saturday, 24 September 2011
Today i've found out some great pictures showing a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. We can finally manage to see it in a different colour, actually the most common use to be white or orange, or perhaps matte black.
Hi guys, this is the first post on my new blog. Let me introduce it shortly. I run a succesful YouTube channel where i post my videos, my idea is to create a blog where i can let you interact more with my content. I have to say, i have never managed a blog or a website, and i've never written articles. But hey, there's always a first time. It's not going to be related only to car articles, but i will post also special contents about the events i will attend, behind the scenes and other things i hope will make this blog unique. Tips, new ideas for the blog and comments will always be apreciated!
Posted by Marco at 15:16