BMW MOTORRAD - URBAN G/S
Vous aviez découvert il y a quelques semaines la nouvelle série limitée de la R nineT Urban GS en hommage à la GS victorieuse du Paris / Dakar 1983. Les #wheelsandWaves ont été l'occasion de vous la présenter au coté de Hubert Auriol qui nous avait fait l'immense plaisir de venir sur notre stand pour échanger autour de cette passion et de cet héritage sportif. Les conditions étaient trop belles pour résister à l'envie de la faire rouler au coeur du pays basque dans toutes les conditions, alors nous avons capturé cet instant pour vous.
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FCBA - NORME NF
NF Ameublement accompagne les professionnels tout au long de leurs projets. Il aide à innover, à concevoir de nouveaux produits d'ameublement et d'agencement, à vérifier la conformité des meubles aux normes en vigueur, à évaluer, à tester des meubles ou composants...
1988 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary: The Rocket Sled
PLEASE TURN ON CLOSED CAPTIONS TO ENJOY THIS FILM IN ENGLISH Growing up, Raul Marchisio wanted nothing more than to stop going to school so he could start working, and he wanted to start working so he could go go-karting. Many young boys interested in fast cars entertain similar thoughts at some point, but Raul was more persistent than most, and after he began racing karts without his parents’ let’s call it, explicit blessing, he found that he was actually quite good at it. He made the transition into larger fare soon enough, but rather than larger single-seaters or even touring cars, Raul took up a career as a rally driver until an accident precluded him from taking it any further. On a friend’s suggestion he decided to pivot and try to make a living selling cars and motorsport gear in Monaco. Though his dreams of becoming a professional racer were cut short, he’s still able to live out another one from his childhood every time he takes out his Countach. See the photoshoot and read more here: https://petro.li/CountachGallery Drive Tastefully® http://Petrolicious.com http://facebook.com/Petrolicious http://instagram.com/Petrolicious
1984 Audi Sport Quattro: The Racer’s Daily
André Lotterer was born in a motorsport family. His father had a racing team in Belgium that has been one of the very first ones to play around with Audi rally cars. That was a long-wheelbase Quattro. A wonderful if slightly oblong mix of five cylinders sending power to all four wheels. André loved the sound especially. It was an entryway into motorsport, and soon André began racing karts. It turns out he wasn’t all that bad. In fact he was good enough to drive on the winning team three times at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. He earned those wins with Audi, completing a pretty impressive circle that began with seeing the rally cars his dad worked with many years ago. To make it an even more comprehensive story, he now calls this souped-up Sport Quattro his daily driver. Not your typical transportation, but then again this is Monaco we’re talking about. See the photoshoot and read more here: https://petro.li/SportQuattroGallery Drive Tastefully® http://Petrolicious.com http://facebook.com/Petrolicious
This Austin Mini Is Part Of A Coming Of Age Story That Honors The Past
Each week with every film we produce we’re going to aim to give you a bit of a gallery from behind the scenes. This week we take a ride in Maxime Delestre’s 1975 Austin Mini through the rural back roads just outside of Normandie. The grandson of a Peugeot salesman and son of a rally co-driver, Maxime grew up within a passionate petrolhead family. After watching his father compete in rallies for years, at the age of 17 Maxime earned his own rally co-driver permit, following in his father’s flame suit and helmet-toting footsteps. At 18, Maxime secured his driver’s license—a possession we so easily forget we petrolheads all once craved to attain. Immediately, he made way for the twisting-and-turning roads so ideal for the spirited driving he wished to explore. There was just one problem: Max felt modern cars weren’t delivering the experience he so desired. “Something was missing. It lacked noise, it lacked vibration, and it didn't smell of anything.” Naturally, Maxime realized only an analog machine from the past could fulfill his driving needs. Being an 18-year-old student posed a financial limitation, but as we know a small car fund can buy small car fun—a classic Mini was the obvious choice. After a short stint with a deteriorating 1992 Mini Sprite, Maxime was able to source a stunning bronze 1975 Austin Mini he’s still revving out-and-about today. Finally satisfied with the Mini, Max confesses there were some growing pains involved with the coming of age. With cars and competition always on the mind, Maxime admits it was often a distraction. “In school, I spent more time drawing in my books than studying, the teachers hated me for it.” Instead of making his enthusiasm for machines and doodling a complication, Maxime decided to turn it into a career by studying automotive design. “The nice thing is that I can use many different aspects—the past with vintage cars such as the Mini, the present with racing cars and fun fast driving, and try and incorporate all [of] this in the future,” Maxime explains. With the right car, mentality, and career path underway, Maxime Delestre is hope there will continue to be fun motoring for generations to come. Drive Tastefully® http://Petrolicious.com http://facebook.com/Petrolicious