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Journées d’Automne 2015

As the wintery weather finally starts to recede, Matt looks back at last year's Journées d'Automne event with a superb gallery of photos.

In Pictures: 2014 Coronado Speed Fest

Every year the Coronado Naval Base in San Diego opens it gates to thousands of car lovers. Ground-pounding vintage Trans Am racers and other delicious cars take to a makeshift track on an active naval air base. Just be wary of the occasional F18 Super Hornet takeoff.


Chris Harris Drives the Alfa Romeo 4C on Road and Track

The 4C is one of the most exciting cars Alfa Romeo has built in very long time, and one that the storied Italian marque hopes will be a game changer. Alfa invited Chris Harris to their recent launch event where he got a chance to see what the 4C is all about on both road and track.


Targa California by Petrolicious

We've made friends with the team at the rather excellent classic car website A few weeks ago they carried out a photoshoot of the Drive Cult Ferrari Daytona and interviewed me about it's ownership. You can see the results here. What Petrolicious is really becoming known for is their  video content. The videos usually premier on a Tuesday and feature an interesting variety of classic cars ranging from Fiat 500s to Ferrari 250 Lussos. Perhaps their video that most appeals to Drive Cult readers is their coverage of the 2012 Targa California. This is a very cool touring event for pre 1975 cars around Northern California and features the likes of classic Porsches, BMW 2002s, Datsun 240Zs and 105 series Alfa Romeos. The  emphasis on people having a good time over snobbery that can afflict some classic car events.

I for one would love to take part in this event one year, wonder how much it would cost to ship the Daytona to California for a few weeks?