ramp #51 - Sex, Cars & Chocolate

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ramp #51 – Sex, Cars & Chocolate In this issue Richy Müller and the Mletzko... more
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ramp #51 – Sex, Cars & Chocolate

In this issue

Richy Müller and the Mletzko Porsche

Richy Müller is a theater and film actor, a »Tatort« commissioner, husband, and holds a C category driver's license. He drove with us in a Mletzko Porsche - straight into a traffic jam. Fortunately, the traffic jam dissolved into thin air.

The golden years of Formula 1
Milan Schijatschky is Swiss, a dentist, and what you might call an exceptional photographer. An approach to the now 90-year-old - with his magnificent pictures of a smiling Enzo Ferrari, of Lauda and Hunt, or of Jochen Rindt before the fatal accident.

The ghosts of the Golf 8
A lonely hotel in the northern Black Forest that is supposedly haunted, a new VW Golf 8 1.5 eTSI OPF that does really strange things, and a smartphone that unfortunately didn't survive the Angstlust story. The author did.

Welcome, Lotus Evija!
In 2008 the last model of Lotus appeared, then the brand disappeared for a bit - now it's back: The Evija is supposed to re-establish the Brits. We spoke to three people who are partly responsible for the furious relaunch and put the hypercar under the microscope.

Happiness is spelled Gallardo. Or Ferrari F355
What really makes you happy? Certainly a drive in the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 and Ferrari F355 Berlinetta. Nevertheless, it's also about coconut fiber mattresses, toasts, and a Russian proverb.

Extreme. Extremer. Donkervoort
When a writer gets really excited before a drive, it can only be about one car: the Donkervoort D8 GTO-JD70. About a tour that sent pulses racing and lungs fluttering, and that can only carry one headline: Fun without mercy.

Prof. Lambert Wiesing talks of models and picturesque 911s.
When the magazine was inspired by a psychologist, it's always good to get the opinion of a phenomenologist - especially since the two disciplines relate to each other like cat and mouse. So it's all about phenomena - but also about the stylistic development of the Porsche 911.

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