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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 6:49 pm 
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Een mooi stukje in een Nederlandse krant. Je sta verteld wat de extra's kosten, maar goed een kniesoor die hier op let. :oops:(Uwe , top)


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October 1 & 2 will see the third Vintage Revival Zandvoort. Once more a very nice field of pre-war sports and racing cars will roar and let their echo dance in the dunes of Zandvoort. Even more good news: any owner of a sporty pre-war motorcar can participate as the concept of the event - just like Bentley Zandvoort_revival-800Vintage Revival Montlhéry - is a demo race without competitive speed element. Participants from Holland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany and France get together to have a grand weekend. The atmosphere is great with a dedicated pits tent for all pre-war Bugatti baby_Zandvoort_revival-800participants. Possibly not unimportant to the company that you will bring. Amsterdam is only 15 miles away...! Organisation is by the Dutch Vintage Sportscar Club, if you like to get a taste of who will show up in what: Check Here.

Ook zijn er een paar Bugatti's te bewonderen :D


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1:1 is even te duur, ik ga proberen om op het Bugattifestival de 1:43 van Looksmart te bemachtigen (LS459A)


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De Bugatti Chiron kan veel harder dan 420 km/u.

Kinderachtig, zo'n begrenzer.



De Chiron heeft de teller lopen tot een duizelingwekkende 500 km/u. ‘Helaas’ is de machine begrensd op 420 km/u. Is die laatste 80 km/u op de teller pure onzin? Neen, als we Bugatti mogen geloven. Het merk was onlangs in gesprek met de Amerikaanse collega’s van Autoblog.com en hieruit blijkt dat de begrenzer niet alleen is toegepast vanwege technische redenen.

Bugatti wil namelijk niet dat klanten de absolute limiet gaan opzoeken met hun W16-bolide. 420 km/u is hard zat, aldus de autofabrikant. In het gesprek wordt duidelijk dat de Chiron zonder begrenzer in staat is om ongeveer 458 km/u aan te tikken. Willi Netuschil, engineer chef bij Bugatti, zegt dat deze idiote snelheid maar op een paar plekken op de wereld gehaald kan worden.


You have to remember how much greater the braking distance needed is as those levels. The Volkswagen’s Group’s track near Wolfsburg has a specially designed long straight that can be used for these type of high-speed stunts. There’s also a military base in Germany we can get access to that has a long enough runway”,

Netuschil gooit hiermee een klein balletje op. Bugatti wil immers een nieuw snelheidsrecord vestigen met de Chiron. Bovendien hebben ze de macht in handen om de snelheidsbegrenzer uit te schakelen.

In het interview komen ook andere interessante feitjes naar boven. Zo heeft de gemiddelde Bugatti-eigenaar 42 auto’s in de garage staan (dat is blijkbaar gehalveerd) en heeft de meest gereden Veyron van een klant ongeveer 40.000 kilometer op de teller staan. We call bullshit, want er is volgens ons minimaal 1 Bugatti Veyron met meer dan 100k op de teller. Dat is opvallend, want Veyron- en Chiron eigenaren zouden gemiddeld slechts 2.600 kilometer per jaar in hun Bug rijden.


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Good chance that you know 'dutch diva' Rosemarijn Atalante Venenbos from her numerous super-enthusiast postings in social media. With her burgundy 'poorman's bugatti' named Amillion she's throwing up dust and turning necks in the vintage car scene. Don't think that the Atalante part is a later added nickname. Atalante is in her passport and possibly also in her genes. Today her observations at a recent meet of Dutch Bugatti owners.

"An angy roaring T35B, a fire spitting T43, a T57 Stelvio and Ventoux passing by like a thunder storm, a cute red dragon CGS car... You had to be quick to get a glimpse of the Bugattis racing over the roads of the south Dutch countryside. The Dutch Bugatti Club had a party to celebrate for the 60th anniversary, so we all gathered to put the region Brabant up side down! You may think that a Bugatti is hard to get, but this club shows something you would not expect. Youngsters driving Bugattis! Arrogance...? We have never heard of this word in the club. We just like wake up and run to the cars to prep them for the day and of course followed by lots of loud music produced by Bugatti engines while getting the needed dose of exhaust fumes to get a little bit high. The Bugattists are a special species, and they know how to handle the Molsheim creatures... Overtaking each other all the time and making sure to use the cars as Ettore would have wanted, what they are made for, accelerating and speeding. They are just not made to break. And that's something we celebrate all the time, so there we go... VIVE LA MARQUE!!! (while firing a miniature cannon, why not?)"

(text & photos Rosemarijn Atalante Veenebos)


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Friends, please forgive the delay in us posting an update, the last few days have been hectic as we not only attended the memorial service but also took care of some of the more delicate matters then travelled back to our homes across many shores. More to follow however for now we would like to share this wonderful tribute to Scotty presented by the US Air Force at the memorial.


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In August of this year we were in Wroclaw at the largest and most attractive veteran and classic car event in Poland. This was a sixth edition of this event. We have been there since the very beginning.

On the gardens of Topacz Castle near Wroclaw more than three hundred vehicles (cars, motorcycles, tractors and military vehicles), gathered.

Nearly 20 thousand people arrived on Saturday and Sunday to enjoy the exhibition and struggles on the sport track. Interesting cars that one could see were IMG 5708_002Horch, numerous Rolls-Royces and Bentleys, and a fine collection of cars made behind the Iron Curtain. Aside Polish participants, guest collectors from France, Lithuania, Germany, England and the Czech Republic came to Wroclaw.

From our personal collection we showed six vehicles, including Lorraine-Dietrich MHI from 1913 and Bugatti T40 from 1928. Of course, we will be there again at the 2017 Wroclaw Motoclassic (18-20 August) and hope to meet you as well!

(Words and pictures: Maciek Peda)


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:D mooie foto's en info :D


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Le Sortilège de l'Atlante, Prix BD AFPA du Mondial de l'Automobile 2016 !


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Details for Bugatti Brescia 1925 for sale
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