Július Kubinský was a Slovak-born Formula 1 constructor in Brno. His story reflects the effects of the Second World War and the changing political and
From railways to cars, from tractors to airplanes members of the Korbuly family designed all kind of vehicles. Some family members also played crucial roles
A Commemorative Exhibition celebrating the 1912 Budapest-Constantinople Touring Race, which was originally shown in Istanbul, before moving to Bucharest is now available for viewing at
Did you know that Polski-Fiat was already a thing in the 1930s? Are you interested in the history of assembly plants in foreign countries? In
The Laurin & Klement type BSC sports car is celebrating its 110th birthday this year – and will be entering the ŠKODA Museum exhibition in
Over the last 100 years there have been a lot of successful cars and motorcycle brands in Czechoslovakia, but there are a lot of intriguing,
In 2017 Paul Simmel opened the The World of GDR (DDR Welte) exhibition on the top floor of his shopping centre in Dresden. Recently we
Andrej Chotváč has been working as an independent car designer since the 1960s, first in Chechoslovakia and now in the Slovak Republic.