Pagani Thinks The McLaren P1 Fails Where Lamborghini And Ferrari…

During the two press days of the Geneva Motor Show, we got the opportunity to talk to some of the most interesting people in today's automotive industry. Horacio Pagani was one of them, and he told us what he likes and what he doesn't. If you work for McLaren you might want to stop reading now. » 3/11/13 12:06pm 3/11/13 12:06pm

What's Behind The Curtain At The World's Most Exclusive Supercar Shop?

Italy's "supercar gulch" (our coinage) comprises the well-known (Ferrari, Lamborghini), the mysterious (B Engineering and its Bugatti-based Edonis) and the defunct (Cisitalia, Bizzarrini). Here, in a nondescript building near Modena, an Argentinian disciple of Leonardo DiVinci builds amazing Italian sports cars with the… » 4/25/12 3:00pm 4/25/12 3:00pm

Confused police pull over Pagani Huayra

The Pagani Huayra isn't technically legal to drive on city streets in the U.S., but one of the Italian exotics is here for show/testing purposes until it can get around our pesky airbag laws. This didn't stop a cadre of local California law enforcement from stopping the car while being driven by founder Horacio Pagani… » 8/24/11 2:00pm 8/24/11 2:00pm

When Argentina ruled the Nürburgring

There are two great moments in Argentine motoring history centered around the Nürburgring and then there’s a third, a fourth-place finish at a race you’ve never heard of. Of course it’s the latter that’s the pride and joy of Argentine car enthusiasts: the story of the Torinos at the 1969 Nürburgring 84 Hours. » 8/03/11 3:00pm 8/03/11 3:00pm