Davide Cironi Drive Experience
264 577 USD
Don't you agree? You may be right, and here's why..
The most popular Italian program among the motorsport, vintage cars and old-timey stories' enthusiasts. The rules are simple: not much talking, no doubtful songs, leaving the cars talking. Davide Cironi's Drive Experience wants to remember what has been forgotten and wants to teach those who wasn't there what they missed. This doesn't mean the past is the only topic, actually the program talks in the same way about the present and the future. We draw from the great Elders and their stories so we can take a cue from them and keep on living our love for the sports car. Lastly there are them, the cars, with their infinite shades and souls, which are driven by Davide who tries to get us taste from the passenger seat.
BMW 3.0 CSI abandoned for 20 years is finally ready to attack the highway! - Davide Cironi (SUBS)
The next time I say "This time maybe we won't finish the car the night before the final test" I will remember what we went through in Sicily this year, the day before we had to air the episode...
BMW 3.0 CSI: A rare autobahn Queen E9 abandoned in Italy - Davide Cironi (SUBS)
This old German Autobahn queen is one of the rare Italian E9s with original license plates. After a life on the Riviera strutting its stuff, it ended up on a mountain in Molise, without wheels...
Renault 5 GT Turbo: the SERIAL KILLER is ready! - Davide Cironi (SUBS)
Starting with a mangled body and a veteran of the worst years of tuning, today the Renault 5 GT Turbo has 100% earned its nickname of "Serial Killer". What pleased me most was to move it away...
Renault 5 GT Turbo: from old wreck to serial killer - Davide Cironi (SUBS)
In the heart of Abruzzo, among arrosticini and gentian, lay a poor abandoned R5 GT Turbo. The mission is to make this "coffin" powerful and steerable, not only engine but also handling. The...
Ferrari 430 Scuderia: The state of the art of its era - Davide Cironi (SUBS)
Not with all Ferraris it has it been love at first sight, at least for me. When the F430 came out I was not ravished by the usual Ferraristic thrill, as it had been with the 355 and as it would...