Keep alive your passion and your passion will keep you alive
Articles | History and culture

Keep alive your passion and your passion will keep you alive

The gifts under the Christmas-tree. This year we found a welcome surprise under our Christmas tree. Cesare De Agostini, the greatest and most famous of the Italian writers of historical motoring and its protagonists, wrote for us an article about the passion for classic cars and for the Triumph. For us it is a great honor. Thank you Cesare.

This document is written in Italian, you can have a hint about its content by using Google Translator and loading the PDF file. If you'd like to have a proper translation in English write to redazione@triumphinitaly.it and we'll do our best to do it.
You can find a list of the articles translated in English here.

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On the failure of Triumph
Articles | History and culture

On the failure of Triumph

In 1981 Pat Bedard, a popular US driver and journalist, wrote this article after the last Triumph sport car produced and talked about what "sport car" meant in its golden age (150s-1970s). His thoughts may explain the reason we're still fascinated by these cars.
The original included article was published in the September 1981 issue of "Car and Driver" which we thank for allowing us to translate it.

This document is written in Italian, you can have a hint about its content by using Google Translator and loading the PDF file. If you'd like to have a proper translation in English write to redazione@triumphinitaly.it and we'll do our best to do it.
You can find a list of the articles translated in English here.

Models: Roadster TR2 / Roadster TR3 / Roadster TR4 / Roadster TR5 / Roadster TR6 / Roadster TR7 / Roadster TR7 Sprint / Roadster TR8

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