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Newest Audi museum mobile Exhibit Shines Spotlight on Coupes

by on 26 April 2016 in Audi News

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Beginning May 3rd, Audi’s museum mobile will open their latest special exhibit, shining a spotlight on 12 of the brand’s most iconic coupes.  Titled “Dynamic Sculpture- the Tradition of Sportiness and Elegance at Audi”, the display includes models from 1937 to present, including the DKW Monza (1956), Auto Union 1000 Sp (1958), Audi Sport quattro […] More…

2015 Holiday Gift Guide for Audi Enthusiasts

by on 30 November 2015 in Choice Gear Miscellaneous Features

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CyberMonday seems about as good a day as any to kick off our annual Gift Guide for Audi enthusiasts. Each year Fourtitude endeavors to assemble a mix of cool gifts for your favorite Audi owner or enthusiast. From affordable to expensive, easy to find or complicated acquisition, the mix you’ll find here will prove you […] More…

Silver Arrows Project Releases New Poster Prints

by on 31 October 2014 in Choice Gear

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Silver Arrows Project, the history-based project seeking to visually re-tell the story of the Auto Union and Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows of the pre-war racing era, first came onto our radar when they showed up at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed and Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Since that time, the team has expanded their product offering to include these handsome poster prints just in time for the holidays.

Silver Arrows Project Aims to Push the Limits of Graphic Technology with New Series of Artworks

by on 18 July 2014 in Choice Gear Vintage & Youngtimer News

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For their day, the venerable Silver Arrows pre-war grand prix cars pushed the envelope and then some in the world of motor racing. Today, a new series of artworks aims to push the envelope in graphic technology while it re-tells the story of these legendary racers from Auto Union and Mercedes-Benz. More…

Bernd Rosemeyer Rest Stop on A5 Autobahn to be Renamed

by on 24 February 2014 in Motorsport Vintage & Youngtimer News

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Reports out of Germany suggest the Rosemeyer Parkplatz in Germany is in danger of being renamed. The parking area next to the A5 Autobahn has long been a shrine to the Auto Union silver arrow ace nearly since his death in 1938, though the local government has seemingly chosen to move past that as it endeavors to change the name.

#ThrowbackThursday: 75 Years after the Mist Master Bernd Rosemeyer

by on 7 February 2013 in Motorsport Vintage & Youngtimer News

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Just over 75 years ago, on January 28 1938, the racing world lost one of the most legendary drivers in the history of the sport. Star of the Auto Union Silver Arrow Squad, Bernd Rosemeyer had won the titles of European Champion, German Champion and German Bergmeister by 1936 at the age of 26. Two […] More…

Silver Arrow Era Photo Collection Released Ahead of Goodwood Revival

by on 14 September 2012 in PhotoGraphic Vintage & Youngtimer News

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Audi and Mercedes-Benz will celebrate this weekend’s Goodwood Revival event with a rare running of the iconic German pre-war Silver Arrow racing cars. Among the mix will be Audi’s newly acquired Auto Union Type D, as well as a host of other originals and painstakingly accurate replicas. To help celebrate, Mercedes-Benz’s historical department has released a large collection of photos from the era. More…

75 Years Ago Today Auto Union Won the Only American Race for the Silver Arrows

by on 5 July 2012 in Miscellaneous Features Motorsport Vintage & Youngtimer News

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In the pantheon of motorsport and the automotive world as a whole, the so-called ‘Silver Arrow’ racing era must certainly go down as one of the most cutting edge of its day. Much like today’s F1 cars push the level of technology to a point almost alien to road cars today, so too were the Silver Arrows and especially the Ferdinand Porsche designed Auto Unions with their mid-engines and their impossible top speeds given aerodynamic and tire limitations at the time. Seeing the cars race must have assuredly been a spectacle, and for Americans the only chance to have witnessed such a show on home soil occurred exactly 75 years ago today. More…