Month: August 2019

Bugatti wowed crowds at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance when it unveiled the Centodieci. Based on the Chiron, it’s meant as a tribute to the EB110, the oft-overlooked yet unforgettably styled supercar that’s among the fastest of the Radwood era. With the Centodieci, Molsheim had to accomplish two things. First, make it a worthwhile
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When you attend a Porsche gathering, you don’t hear the numbers “911” bandied about. You hear which series or era of 911 is residing in front of you, be it a 930, 964, 993, 996, Ducktail RS, GT3, Club Sport, or what have you. And at this year’s Werks Reunion during Monterey Car week, there
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Perhaps ironically, one of the dumbest remaining parts of a modern, electronically controlled combustion engine is the cylinder head. Sure, many of them can alter valve timing and lift, but not infinitely, not very quickly, and never on a per-cylinder, per-combustion-event basis. Great engineering minds at Lotus, Ricardo, Valeo, and others have endeavored to replace
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