Maserati’s Own Priest
The story behind Don Sergio Mantovani - the Maserati priest
An alternative view from a long standing UK Club Member on their first Club Event
Our Vice-President’s Barchetta was a familiar and distinctive club ‘member’ for more than a decade. Here is his valedictory salute to a much loved machine.
BRIAN HARRIS sings the praises of the ultimate Gran Turismo.
The AGM and Concours at Prescott was the first club meeting attended by new members Tony & Patricia Christie. This is their story....
Very big and very black, a V6 QP ‘S’ proved the ideal companion for a short winter weekend break
The Autumn Meeting – Skipton – Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales
9th – 12th October
GRAHAM GAULD knew Maria-Teresa de Filippis for nearly sixty years and wrote this appreciation of her life for the online magazine VeloceToday, by whose kind permission, and that of the author, we reproduce it here.
Andy Heywood gives an overview of the Citroen high-pressure hydraulic system used in many early seventies Maseratis.
With Maserati’s ‘Fiat era’ now entering its third decade, we look back at the early development of the marque’s model range under the new regime, as sampled and summarized for Auto Italia, in 2009, by Andy Heywood
Stephen Dowling’s magnificent 5000GT Allemano has graced a number of our club events, and in 2011 the Associate Editor road-tested it for ‘Auto Italia’. This is the essence of the story...
The last time I drove at Millbrook on the Alpine Circuit was at the launch of the latest (then) rather bland Euro saloon from Vauxhall. Pleasing to note their current offerings are far superior, but this is not my point. The Alpine Circuit is designed to highlight and accentuate handling, braking, ride and just about every other performance characteristic of a car, so that with, maybe, only three or four laps you will have experienced just about every vice a car possesses which on normal day to day driving might take weeks to present itself.