935 K3 APPLE
Remember when Apple released the iPorsche back in 1980? The 215 mph Le Mans winning 935 "Moby Dick" caught Steve Jobs eye and became the first Apple Car.
155 V6 Ti
Despite a rough initial reception by the Alfisti crowd, the 90's Superturismo legend 155 V6 Ti made a name for itself on the track and from there to every Alfisti's heart!
M1 PROCAR BASF
Forty-something years ago a legend was born. The 3.5 inline-six M1 was the first car to be entirely developed by BMW's M division and was designed from scratch for a life on the track.
Let us celebrate the amazing life of Ayrton Senna. King of Pole Position, King of Rain, without a doubt, one of the greatest racers that ever lived. How lucky we are to have met you!
Le Mans 66
In the '60s, a dispute between two motor industry titans, Henry Ford II and Enzo Ferrari, became perhaps one of the greatest stories of motor racing legend. Hollywood has now immortalized it on the big screen.
The Alpine A110 has been recreated for the modern era, but its original story began six decades ago with Jean Rédélé and the first A110 - and, évidemment, a lot of racing in the Alps (hence, the name Alpine) while eating baguettes au fromagge.
The 1000 TCR Radiale was the loudest and proudest version of the humble and minuscule Fiat 600. This 600 kg egg-shaped pocket rocket could reach speeds in excess of 200 km/h (125mph)! A true giant slayer of its time.
Few liveries in motorsport are so illustrious as Mansell's "Red Five", a Williams-Renault FW14B that was one of the most sophisticated cars ever to compete in F1 and took a record number of wins in the '92 season against legends Senna and Schumacher. It's not usual for F1 drivers to be associated with numbers.