Col de Turini Tour: The Signs On The Asphalt Tell The Story

Col de Turini Tour: The Signs On The Asphalt Tell The Story

5 July 2021 COL DE TURINI TOUR GOOD TO BE BACK! Words Andrea Albertazzi / Photos Giorgia Rossi After the forced break of 2020, the Col de Turini Tour has regularly regained its Read More
Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 | ALPINIST

Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 | ALPINIST

26 April 2021 CLIMB #02 | COL DE L’ISERAN MASERATI QUATTROPORTE S Q4 BREATHE Our target is set on the Col de l’Iseran and within a few minutes we will be in the Read More
Alpine A110 | ALPINIST

Alpine A110 | ALPINIST

22 March 2021 Despite its happy face, the Alpine wants to be driven with arrogance, thrown into hairpin bends rather than accompanied, making you step decisively on the brake pedal close to the Read More
TIMMELSJOCH

TIMMELSJOCH

27 January 2021 Also known as Timmelsjoch, this is one of the most spectacular roads that enrich the South Tyrol region, in this case connecting Italy and Austria through a mountain road that Read More
ALPINIST: The Book

ALPINIST: The Book

30 December 2020 For car people, it is not about price, comfort, on-board technology and actually not just pure performance either. What matters are emotions, those moments we need more and more and Read More
COL DU PETIT SAINT-BERNARD

COL DU PETIT SAINT-BERNARD

23 November 2020 Namely the “lowest” mountain pass of the western Alps, that of the Little San Bernard offers a completely different landscape compared to the more traditional mountain roads, but nevertheless able Read More
PASSO DELLE CAPANNELLE

PASSO DELLE CAPANNELLE

14 September 2020 Along the Statale 80 towards the Gran Sasso, we highly recommend that you look forward to the Abruzzo experience along the Capannelle Pass. The pass, although it only reaches 1,300 Read More
Gran Sasso

Gran Sasso

31 August 2020 The Gran Sasso d’Italia is the highest Apennine mountain massif of the entire Country. With a maximum elevation that touches 3,000 meters and a road that offers wide valleys surrounded Read More
MOTTARONE

MOTTARONE

20 July 2020 MOTTARONE The Mottarone will certainly not be among the most impressive mountain roads in the geographic atlas of our Country, but it is certainly a popular destination due to its Read More
Curves Hunter | Interview

Curves Hunter | Interview

3 July 2020 CURVES HUNTER: Open Season Edited by Alessandro Marrone / Photos by Curves Hunter The lockdown the whole world has been forced to go through in recent times brought a bit Read More