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What is the key to the future for Lamborghini? We are pretty sure that carbon fiber will be one of the major players for the structural parts of the next decade.
Mercedes Terrell is one of those great west-coast models that we’ve always wanted to work with but with us being an east-coast publication we’ve just never found the right project, time or place. Never the less, having run into Mercedes on several occasions at SEMA we know this about Mercedes; she’s extremely friendly, talented, versatile, smart and absurdly gorgeous…yep, Mercedes Terrell is quite possibly the perfect product model.
Thousands of people will flock to the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Sunday to see rare, historic cars on the 18th fairway of the famed golf course by the sea. The 62nd annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance happens this weekend, which means the $9.75 fee to …
May 2012′s Hottie of the Week Jennifer Metcalfe is a successful English television actress and part time commercial model.
This week’s excellent video of the week was brought to our attention by none other than Down Shift associate and resident technical adviser Ric Q, thank-you sir!
The W125 made its first competitive outing in May at the 1937 Tripoli Grand Prix with Mercedes-Benz entering four cars. German Hermann Lang won his first Grand Prix motor race to give the W125 a victory on its début and provide Mercedes with their first victory over rivals Auto Union since May 1936.
The SSK was the last car designed for Mercedes-Benz by the engineer Ferdinand Porsche before he left to found his own company.