In the village of Sant'Agata Bolognese lie the roots of the iconic Italian brand Lamborghini. In 1964, Ferruccio Lamborghini targeted building the best sports cars in the world, a bold move, being located only a few kilometers from Ferrari. Despite that, his first model, the 350 GT, left the competition from Maranello behind. And many more exciting and extraordinary sports car models followed.
The Porsche family name has been connected with car design, manufacturing and racing since the early 20th century. After the Second World War, following in his father's footsteps who had been responsible for the development of the classic Volkswagen, Ferry Porsche laid the foundation for the brand's famous sports car models like the 356 and later the iconic Porsche 911.
One cannot talk about rally sports without mentioning the name Walter Röhrl. Starting from a young age, Röhrl was able to show his talent and affinity in rally sports and won the European, World and other international rally championships several times in his career. For rally and racing enthusiasts alike he is a living legend, a genius behind the steering wheel.
Portrait of Hans-Joachim Stuck, one of the best race drivers in Germany. He stopped racing after participating in the 2011 24 Hours of Nürburgring.
Winning the iconic Dakar Rally for a record 13 times, Frenchman Stephane Peterhansel had a rather unusual career as he switched from motorbikes to cars and was enormously successful with both vehicles. He also won the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge, formerly known as the UAE Desert Challenge several times, also on a bike and in a rally car.
Portrait of Alois Ruf, who is the founder and owner of the small, but well-known sports car factory ‘Ruf Automobile’ in Germany.
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