There are two kinds of men. One kind does not have any use for this phrase. The other kind gets beady eyes, because they know this is how the „24 Hours of Le Mans“ are starting. This website was made for these kind of men. Because a gentleman knows: A life without engines, revs and chrome is possible. But pointless.
Welcome to my world.
As we just talked about the classics. Even Goethe knew: „A man who intends to work rightly must select the most effective instrument“. We fully agree.
Sometimes our wives feel that it does not have to be the best tool all the time. But we do not mess with their shoe rack either. So here is a small list of the things we are delighted to call our own.
Engine dynamometer, ASNU injection-test block, 3D printer, Stortz endoscopy, ultrasonic cleaner, valve treatment-centre, computer scales, electronic microscopy, optical wheel alignment, ECU engine-simulation, own composite-manufacturing
Someone who worked at legendary race courses as Le Mans and Fuji got to know quiet success. No champagne, no grid girls, no executive jet. Quiet success? To know that every detail decides on victory and defeat. Having experienced, that studying is not an option but a privilege. Understanding, that not partying but testing again secures the next success.
Anyway, here is a small podium for the „boss“ – written by Gerhard Nöhrer, motorsport-journalist and jury member of „Car of the year“.
In west styrian Schwanberg Reinhard Koppe runs a car workshop for race drivers and oldtimer-aficionados. Helmut Marko, austrian racing legend and central figure behind Formula One world champion Red Bull...