Don’t know how to start your Saturday night? How about some looping vintage racing footage with contemporary chill music? Sounds good enough?
I happened to be one of the luckiest persons in Monaco during the Formula One weekend (other than Nico Rosberg) by getting invited to the Amber Lounge fashion show. Here’s the rest.
In 20 hours I’ll be leaving for the Monaco Grand Prix and since I’m adamant of “dumb phones”, this is your last chance to post your questions.
Even Formula One’ official website couldn’t resist showing off what the Monaco Grand Prix REALLY is about behind the (lack of) engine noise.
Amber Lounge has been bringing you the full star, celebrity, royalty, supermodel and F1-driver studded Monaco Grand Prix experience since 2003 and I was invited to take part.
What makes Monaco the most wanted trophy for Formula One drivers? Let's hear it from them.
Last week I got to talk to James Hunt's son, Freddie, and his plans in the Le Mans 24 Hours. I was slightly starstruck to say the least. Sort of.
"The Monaco GP is the race that defines/highlights the pinnacle of motorsports" - Formula One fans could argue. If that is the case, there is something utterly wrong with one's concept about racing. Or not. Here's why.
When you are a legend in the making - such as Ayrton Senna - powered by a Japanese company - i.e. Honda - and a Japanese entertainment company - SEGA, that is - wants to exploit your ventures, why wouldn't you want a say in it? Like designing your own race tracks.Screw Gran Turismo, screw Hermann Tilke. You need a…