This week is all about dreaming the impossible dream, a group of people who went against all evidence and good judgement in the name of building their own car. While always a fascinating enterprise filled with initial excitement, the odd plot twist, production and money woes plus sometimes even a little conspiracy but always ending
Now, this week, the name that kept creeping its bug eye face up was of course Alpine, and it’s no surprise really as it the ubiquitous French sports car. It’s the car French teenagers aspire to own and French engineers want to build. It’s the Gallic Lotus and Porsche all rolled into one wonderful brand.
A lot of the cars I have spoken about this week have in some way been compared to, or related to, France’s holy Alpine, so it’s a little awkward now as today’s car was Alpine’s final nail in the coffin. Until the resurrection of course! Renault, in the 90’s, were killing it in Formula One
In December of this year (2017), the Hyundai motor corporation will be blowing 50 candles from its cake, an absolutely coffee-spitting achievement when you think they now have an empire that stands as the 4th largest automotive business in the world. So how did a company from Seoul do it? well heres my very abridged
Now I love it that McLaren has decided to get into car production in a big way, the f1 was an amazing car that inspired me greatly as a schoolboy in the nineties and their attitude to making the best cars in the world is something we should all champion in Great Britain. Its obvious