There's been a raft of bankruptcies declared among niche European automakers recently. In the past year, the Cosworth, Gumpert, Artega, Lola and the London Taxi Company have all gone the way of the dodo.
It starts with The Hammer. Road & Track takes a look at the greatest AMG cars that have stretched a formula to its limits. 300 E Hammer By the mid-1980s, AMG had become the tuner of choice for Mercedes-Benz
Your weekly automotive haiku from Peter Hughes. at last Bob allowed, "Yeah, maybe we've gone too far with this whole 'stance' thing" When not playing bass in the Mountain Goats or releasing Fangio fan-fic
Four pony cars, two different eras. This article originally appeared in the September 1987 issue of Road & Track Magazine Ever since carmakers realized that they had covered a majority of the market with
Different stroke for different volk. It's safe to say there were inherent complications with owning and operating an automobile company in East Germany during the Soviet occupation. Butracecar driver builder
It's not often that you'll find a Pagani Zonda and a Pagani Huayra in the same place, at the same time - much less on a racetrack. Pagani makes incredibly rare supercars. But Peter Read owns both a 2005
Custom motorcycle builders in the USA and UK have relatively few restrictions on what they can and cannot do. Then you have countries like Taiwan and Germany, which force builders to abide by draconian
Texas-based Revival Cycles are on a roll at the moment, with a brace of custom Moto Guzzis heading to The One Moto Show in Austin. Both bikes have been heavily modified; as Revival’s Alan Stulberg says,