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The Car Crash – it sucks, but it happens

The first time you crash is an unfortunate and unforgettable experience. We all think it would not happen to us, that we are good drivers, but sometimes, you just can’t avoid it. It happened to me a couple of years … Continue reading

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Buying an old car in Canada. Here is what can go wrong

A few months ago, I teased the fact that I wanted to buy a car, since I wanted to drive. Canada is the second biggest country in the world, with some of the longest roads and the most diverse terrain. … Continue reading

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When your car is calling to be driven

Sure, just a picture, but I am really proud of it. Also, a bit depressing, as it turns out my phone takes better pictures than my actual camera. Two Alpine A310, a sunset, what else are you waiting for?

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Remembering Gilles Villeneuve

28 years ago, on a rainy and cold October day, I was in attendance when Gilles Villeneuve won his first F1 race. To the delight of the cheering crowd, he did it on his home course; the Circuit Île Notre-Dame, … Continue reading

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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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