Honestly, I can’t wait to see the Ford v Ferrari movie to be released tomorrow November 14th. A good friend and I will see Ford v Ferrari next week – we’re both car nuts and after seeing Senna I’m expecting great things. Entertainment reporter Kevin Mccarthy interviewed Matt Damon
I’ve loved golf for as long as I can remember. I started playing at Victoria Park Golf Club (soon to become our version of New York’s Central Park) in the early 70’s when a mate and I went for a hit and giggle. Shame then that I didn’t achieve the
I went to see Ad Astra on the weekend, but of more importance was the trailer for Ford v Ferrari due for release in November this year. Ad Astra? yea, not bad, not good. I’ve taken the following article from Wikipedia. The last ‘motorsport’ movie I saw was Senna and
Non rovinare tutto, amico. I fantasmi di Fiorano ti stanno guardando. Ok, so I’m jealous – Mark Vaughn from autoweek.com drove the yet to be released in Australia, Ferrari F8 Tributo in Italy. I don’t get the opportunity to drive the supercars of this world, but I’m happy to share
Ok, so I’m a Ferrari Fanboy and thrilled to see early information about this Ferrari SF90 Stradale. (By the way, SF stands for Scuderia Ferrari and Scuderia is Italian for Team whilst Stradale translates to road). Not so long ago that I’ve forgotten, I owned (or the bank did) 2
Melbourne apartment taking parking to the next level – Sky Garage. LISA ALLEN from the Australian has an interesting story on a new development in St Kilda. Sign me up Scotty! A Sky garage has become prevalent in Singapore and the USA, and now it’s coming down under. “Forget valet
‘An electric Ferrari would be like a Fender Strat without the strings: lovely design, no music’ – Gavin Green Hello, Bob Aldons, the Car Guy with an opinion piece regarding the lowering of emission standards in Australia. In his article published in Car Magazine back in February this year, Contributor-in-chief,
Hi, Bob Aldons, The Car Guy, re-posting a story from Jeremey Clarkson. From The Australian last Saturday, Clarkson wails about the Ferrari 812 Superfast. I like the way Clarkson writes. He’s humorous, factual and a lucky bastard for getting the chance to drive the worlds most exclusive cars. Here’s what
Sprint nameplate could be resurrected for long-awaited two-door variant – Alfa Romeo. The Alfa Romeo Giulia Coupe, as seen in our rendering, is expected to break cover later this year and may use the Sprint name.(Photo by Autocar)
Clever safety features let even amateurs get the best of Ferrari’s latest – the Ferrari 488 Pista – and the English translation of Pista? Track! Be still my beating heart. It’s Bob Aldons, The Car Guy, with an opinion piece on the upcoming Ferrari 488 Pista. The guys from
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