If you have regularly followed this renowned blog, which I hope you have, you will have noticed our incessant search to bring you news that fills your heart with the passionate spirit for motorsports . Just as Senna saw God in those magical laps aboard his F1, in 8000 laps our souls delight when racing stimuli invade our senses.
For this, we are always busy in the perennial search for new stories that we can transmit to you like a minstrel, whether it is testing the most interesting cars on the market, those that caused a sensation in their day, or simply bringing you closer to stories that we consider to be of special interest to all of us.
In this way, and thanks to my constant travels, I have been able to transmit to you what the automotive scenes are like in places as unknown (well, not so much) as South Korea or the United Arab Emirates , the best car auctions in the world or the transcription of tremendous talks with legendary characters .
Whenever I find myself in a new setting, I inquire into the possibilities that it offers me in any of its forms, whether it is a mythical meeting point between burns, a route in the style of the American federal 66 or, as I mentioned at the beginning of this paragraph, the local scene of the place. But of course, that’s fine if you’re in the United States, Austria, or some similar country with some motoring background and a reasonable GDP per capita. But what if that country is Ghana?
Un paseo por Ghana: The Underground Scene