MOMO Super Grand Prix Steering Wheel

MOMO is a contraction of the words “Moretti Monza”, the company was founded by racing driver Gianpiero Moretti in 1962 almost by accident – he originally just had one steering wheel made, with a thicker wood rim to better suit his hands. Other drivers quickly noticed the new addition to his vehicle and began requesting…

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The Vehicles of Jomar Machado

Jomar Machado was an early adopter of 3D design tech, switching from pencil, brush, and paper based print art to largely using computers back in the early 1990s in his native country of Brazil. He quickly began building computers to his own specifications to ensure they had enough processing power to run the typically RAM…

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Cockpits of Goodwood

The below gallery is a collection of 78 cockpit photos taken over the 4 days of the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed. This is by no means all the cars that attended Goodwood, but it is a good crosssection of what was on display this year – with cars ranging 114 years from 1903 t0…

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Malle London Expedition Jacket

The Malle London Expedition Jacket has been in continuous development for over 2 years now, including a 10,000 mile attrition test riding across the USA using early prototypes of the jacket. The team at Malle London wanted to develop a new jacket that had all thew classic looks of a British waxed cotton design, with…

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1936 Lincoln-Zephyr V12 “Twin-Grille”

A Brief History of the Lincoln-Zephyr V12 The Lincoln-Zephyr V12 made its first appearance in 1936, its impressive V12 engine was a stark contrast to its competitors – namely the LaSalle with its V8 and the Packard One-Twenty with its straight-8. The Lincoln Motor Company is a division of Ford, established to give Ford a presence…

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Evasion Evolution Rooftop Tent

The Evasion Evolution Rooftop Tent by James Baroud is designed to attach to the roof racks of most vehicles and can be quickly removed and stored when not needed, it also comes with a telescoping ladder which can be attached to either side for easy access. There are two sizes to choose from, either standard…

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BioLite CampStove 2

The new BioLite CampStove 2 is the updated version of the now famous stove that can charge your cell phone and electronic devices, all while cooking your food and boiling your water. Compared to the original BioLite CampStove the updated version can produce 50% more power from the same fire, it also has an integrated…

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Heimplanet Nias 6-Person Tent

The Heimplanet Nias is a 4 to 6 person tent that weighs in at just 6.8 kilograms (14.9 lbs) thanks to its inflatable geodesic design (that means it needs no tent poles) and it’s highly resistant to wind due to its flexibility. Each of Heimplanet’s tents uses a variation on the same basic geodesic design, or…

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1965 Peel Trident

A Short History of the Peel Trident The Peel Engineering Company retains the unique distinction of being the only automobile manufacturer to ever set up on the Isle of Man. The company started out making GRP boats and motorcycle fairings in the small town of Peel on the island’s west coast, before branching out into microcar…

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1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopio

A Short History of the Lamborghini Countach LP400 When the bright yellow prototype of the Lamborghini Countach LP400 was first shown to the public at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show many wondered if designer Marcello Gandini had lost his mind. How could this angular, trapezoid-based design have come from the same hand as the almost obscenely…

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