Alfa Romeo: The Men Behind The Marque

Before exploring the men who shaped the marque in its early years, let us first look at how the brand has changed from its inception to where we are today. Alfa's origins actually came from France. Alexandre Darracq established a factory in Milan to build cars out of French-supplied parts. This however, was not a... Continue Reading →

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M Division’s Greatest Production Engines

BMW pride themselves on delivering the "ultimate driving machine" to their customers. A lot of that is owed to the reliable, durable and powerful engines which BMW carefully match to their models.  Listed are what we deem to be some of M Divisions greatest production car engines. M88 BMW M1 1978-1981 3,453 cc 277 hp... Continue Reading →

BMW 507

The history of the automobile holds many uniquely valuable vehicles, innovative milestones and outstanding classics. However, there are only a few cars that have such an unusual biography as this. In the early 1950s BMW made a major effort to revive its sporting success of the 1930s. In 1954 Max Hoffmann, an importer who had... Continue Reading →

Jack Brabham: The Legend That Was

Sir John Arthur ‘Jack’ Brabham, was born on April 2, 1926, in an Australian town near Sydney. At 18 he joined the Royal Australian Air Force in Adelaide, where he wanted to learn to fly but was instead trained to fill a wartime shortage of flight mechanics. Upon his discharge, in 1946, an uncle in... Continue Reading →

BMW Z1

The BMW Z1 was source of great admiration  when it was premiered at the International Frankfurt Motor Show in 1987. Even though it was the first BMW roadster of modern era, it still succeeded in perpetuating the brand's great roadster tradition. Nowadays the BMW Z1 changes hands at top prices as a future classic, but... Continue Reading →

History of The Rotary Engine

This feature is particularly special as it has taken Infernal Co on a historical journey around Bavaria on search of the most authentic and accurate information. Conventional Engine History Everything rotates in cycles. This is the view you could reach if you look at the basic principles of nature, because many things that shape our... Continue Reading →

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The Buick-Rover V8 Conspectus

Some time before the burbles of the Rover V8 could be heard on British shores, the all-aluminium Buick "Fireball" V8 was born in Detroit, Michigan. Let's take a short look through history of how that came to be. Buick Era In the 1950's the car industry in the US turned to aluminium as a material... Continue Reading →

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