Europe’s rich history of motorsport means that there are iconic race tracks spread all over the continent, so in the Great Overland Adventure, we visit some of the legendary ones.
Mix of automobiles, racing history, period memorabilia and interesting facts and anecdotes, the Mille Miglia museum makes for a worthy visit.
We get to take a sneak peek at the workings of a Formula One team and the meticulous processes that go on behind the scenes in manufacturing modern racing cars. And oh, we got to interview team boss Toto Wolff too!
#GLAadventure spent roughly a month in Europe, apart from driving over 13,000 kilometres, meeting different people, checking out classic cars, roads and places with significant automotive history – the team managed to taste the best of what Europe has to offer in terms of its diverse cuisine.
When you have been constantly been on the move for 30 days, the idea of being in one place seems abnormal.
When we left Germany and traveled to Lyon for instance, we started off on a direct and non-stop drive (save for the coffee halts). But on the way we saw signs for Luxembourg, and decided hey why not add a country to the list!