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Universo Ferrari: A Unique Opportunity To Discover The Brand From Maranello

Universo Ferrari opened its doors on September 2, 2019 in Maranello, Italy. This is the first exhibition dedicated to the world of Ferrari in the brand’s historic location with a series of exclusive tours being held throughout the month of September. A long-awaited event for customers, fans and Ferrari enthusiasts alike, the exhibition will take place on the Fiorano race circuit, ...

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Cleanfuel’s Six Road Safety Tips During This Rainy Season

The Metro has been lashed by heavy, torrential rains lately, and as you very well know, wet, rain-drenched roads mean decreased visibility and increased risk of accidents. Let these tips guide you to be ever vigilant and stay safe on the road. SLOW DOWN. Driving fast in the rain is dangerous, because it increases your chance of hydroplaning and losing ...

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Piaggio Museum Earns Place In TripAdvisor® Hall of Fame

The Piaggio Museum in Pontedera, the largest motorcycle museum in Italy and one of the biggest in Europe, enters the TripAdvisor® Hall of Fame, obtaining the Certificate of Excellence for the fifth consecutive year, thanks to the high scores and very positive reviews provided by visitors. The museum has been consistently recognized by TripAdvisor every year since 2015, thanks to ...

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Getting Stoned Over Steaks at Stoned Steaks

One of the fine dining restaurants we indulged ourselves in while we were driving the 2019 Suzuki Vitara GLX CVT on our fun food trip story was Stoned Steaks located at 55 Scout Rallos, Tomas Morato, Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City. My wife Shawie, our kids Vette and Chevy, and I were invited to dine and get “stoned” by Sue ...

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Ferrari Museum Celebrates 90 Years of Scuderia Ferrari

It began with a dream and was built with the commitment, determination and drive for innovation of one man: Enzo Ferrari, Il Commendatore. Founded in Modena on November 16, 1929, the Ferrari racing team has permanently entered the annals of motor sport history. Since its launch, the then Scuderia Ferrari Limited Company has been a highlight of the Italian and ...

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Vespa World Days 2019 Held In Zanka Attended by 5,000 People From 40 Nations

Zanka (Hungary), June 10, 2019. The thirteenth edition of Vespa World Days has come to a close in Zanka, Hungary. This is the most important global gathering of Vespa Clubs which attracts Vespa enthusiasts from all over the world every year. On the shores of Balaton Lake, it was three days of friendship, adventure and love for the most famous ...

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When Tradition Gives Way to Evolution: The All-New Suzuki Swift Drive to Las Casas Filipinas

As I always do in most of the media test drives I participate in, I try to come up with a nice story angle to tie-in our destination with the vehicles we’re driving to get there. In my 19 years as a motoring journalist, there were some hits – where the organizers or the communications head of the car maker ...

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Nissan Futures to Transform the Way We Drive and Live

Hung Hom, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong. Studies show that by 2050 the human population will reach 9.9 Billion and that two out of three people will be living in cities. And this forecast is the reason why Nissan brought together industry leaders, government officials, company executives, and media representatives, including yours truly, for the seventh edition of Nissan Futures, which ...

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Go Anywhere with the New Nissan Terra

It’s been quite a while since I’ve gone off-road on a 4×4 adventure drive. Thus, when Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI) invited yours truly for a “Go Anywhere” drive around Bicol with the new Nissan Terra sport utility vehicle (SUV), it was hard to say no. More so when I learned that NPI President Ramesh Narasimhan will be joining us on ...

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Land Cruising Mount Bromo

  It was around midnight when my wife Shawie and I got into our hotel room in Malang, East Java, Indonesia. We have been traveling for what seems like a whole day and we were bushed. We left home before dawn to beat the early morning Metro Manila traffic to get to the airport and catch our two-and-a-half-hour flight to ...

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