Musings on the Past

The car that made and broke a brand – The Schrödinger’s Car

A good product makes a company, a bad one sinks it quicker than the Lusitania. That is as fundamental to the rule of business as you can get. An exception to this fundamental is but a zero division equation. It is impossible. There cannot possibly be a product that is so delectably good that it […]

Musings on the Motoring World

Brabham scores the rarest of distinctions with its BT62

Just when you thought that the market for superlight, super quick supercars would be spoilt for choice, newcomer Brabham Automotive have stepped into the arena with their BT62 supercar, and the stats are something to behold. 710PS and 667Nm of torque from an in-house naturally-aspirated 5.4-litre dry-sump V8 engine, propelling a 972kg (dry) car made […]