[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ferrari Remembrance August 14 marked the tenth anniversary of Enzo Ferrari’s death in Maranello, Italy. Born in 1898 in Modena, Enzo became famous as a motor racing driver and entrepreneur, and was the founder of Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team, and in 1947 of...

The second round of the July-November FMM Slot Car Championship took place in August and despite the wintry Cape weather and the absence of a couple of regular racers, there was a record entry of 27 drivers and 40 cars for the two championship categories....

FMM assistant curator Cheslynne Ruiters takes a look at the stories behind some of the items in FMM’s collection of artefacts and motoring memorabilia in general. This month he rolls with part 2 of the invention of the wheel   The world today is heavily dependent on...

The Knysna Motor Show held last April was a great success. A record crowd of more than 8 000 people attended and after accounting for the show’s expenses, the organising Garden Route Motor Club was able to donate R116 000 to local charities, namely the...

Bit of a mouthful – the H is silent – and in early July FMM was proud to host a brief visit of Pagani’s latest hypercar, the Huayra, which was on a promotional tour in the hands of Pagani’s Area Manager for the Middle East...

Porsche celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, and Mike Monk drives a rare version of the breed Porsche has a glittering history of memorable cars but amongst the formidable line-up there is a mid-engined supercar that came about more by accident than planning. In Porsche-speak, the...

FMM curator Wayne Harley is a self-confessed motorcycle enthusiast and this month he steps back to the carefree days in his birth town of Witbank and recalls his first bike...

FMM Assistant Curator Cheslynne Ruiters takes a look at the stories behind some of the items in FMM’s collection of artefacts and motoring memorabilia in general. This month he rolls with the invention of the wheel In a motoring sense, one item that we often...

As Datsun celebrates the fifth anniversary of its return to SA, the Datsun Heritage Museum has just been opened in Bothaville in the Free State. Owned by car enthusiast Freek de Kock, the museum has a collection of 118 Datsun and Nissan vehicles including a...