The István Röck Machine, Boiler Factory and Foundry was an early supporter of the nascent Hungarian auto industry The Röck family first offered scieves and
The Polish city of Koszalin was once part of Germany. Piotr Pluskowski charts the city’s motoring history. Koszalin is an industrial town at the Baltic
It’s time again to look at some of the books, which have recently been published (or soon to be published) and cover Central and Eastern
Marián Rajnoha is an icon of motorsport. The walls of his house are decorated with cups, medals and memories of the glorious past. However, he
Though the cars made by Beuchelt are just a footne in most historical books, the company has a rich history. Story by Piotr Pluskowski Western
In the mid-1930s, a Czechoslovak car maker produced one of the fastest and most aerodynamic cars of the era. David Cooper and Pál Négyesi share
Engineers behind the Iron Curtain were just as creative as their peers in Western Europe. Dmitriy Dashko recalls the line of streamlined racing cars built
Where you could study a Mercedes 300 SL, a BMW 502, the latest models from Studebaker, Plymouth but also an AWZ P70 together in 1956?