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Eurokracy. What is it?
So last weekend was the fourth edition of Eurokracy Montreal, at the home of the Bombardier CSeries, Mirabel. What is it? To be brief, it is basically a huge car festival, where people meet-up, talk about European cars, show off … Continue reading
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The Car World is changing
Here’s an interesting fact that everyone already knows: The automotive industry is changing. Cars are becoming lighter, engines are becoming smaller and technology is taking over. However, there is another point that people tend (usually on purpose) to forget. The … Continue reading
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