Porsche’s Iberian Meeting and the World’s Only Traffic Jam Worth Getting Caught In

Last Saturday, the Iberian (Portugal and Spain) Porsche Meeting gridlocked the small coastal town of Cascais in Portugal, creating the only traffic jam in the world in which you’d actually be okay getting stuck in. The dark, cold, rainy morning didn’t keep the participants or public away and despite the notable absence of some iconic … More Porsche’s Iberian Meeting and the World’s Only Traffic Jam Worth Getting Caught In

Celebrating The Mille Miglia’s 90th Anniversary

In 24 separate occasions, dozens of cars thundered throughout Italy, on public roads, as fast as possible (and sometimes, beyond that…), covering 1000 miles from Brescia to Rome and back again. It was an extreme, nonstop, danger filled event that claimed almost 60 lives during its original 30 year run. Standing tall with the Targa … More Celebrating The Mille Miglia’s 90th Anniversary

Automobília Ibérica 2017 – The Parking Lots

Covering the Automobília Ibérica has become a yearly tradition for Automotive Views. The event set in the small town of Moita, Portugal takes over two pavilions which end up packed with all sorts of parts for classic cars and bikes, literature, vintage toys, aftermarket bits and pieces…if it’s automotive related, it’s in there somewhere. However, … More Automobília Ibérica 2017 – The Parking Lots

For Sale! [February 2017 – Race Cars Special Edition]

For sale! Is a monthly feature on Automotive Views focusing on cars available for purchase in Europe. None of the ads selected are featured in this blog due to any kind of sponsorship by the sellers.   1969 Lola T70 MkIII B One of the most recognizable and beloved race cars of the mid/late 60’s, … More For Sale! [February 2017 – Race Cars Special Edition]

Making a Weird Citroen Weirder – A Guide by Chapron

You’ve probably heard the name Henri Chapron at some point or another. The French coachbuilder had a long career creating fantastic, innovative designs; in the first half of the century for manufacturers like Delage and Delahaye and then focusing on Citroen, a choice which marked Chapron’s company path until its demise in the mid 80’s. … More Making a Weird Citroen Weirder – A Guide by Chapron