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See the incredible role the automobile played in shaping how we play in a new exhibit at the National Automobile Museum, The Harrah Collection, in downtown Reno starting April 20, 2010.
Hans Ledwinka, from Austria, has been considered as one of Europe's most distinguished automobile designers. Over the years his name became a synonym for pioneer, researcher and visionary.
If you are in Czech Republic, the Tatra Museum in Koprivnice is well worth a visit.
The name “Zuffenhausen”, a part of Stuttgart, is world-famous among car enthusiasts. Because this is where Porsche sports cars have been built ever since 1950.
The temporary exhibition, MZ - the Motorcycle Legend which is being hosted by the Deutsches Zweirad- und NSU-Museum in Neckarsulm is open until 30 March, 2010.
We visited Winfried A. Seidel's excellent museum, which is situated in Ladenburg, near Mannheim in August, 2010.
The majestic Langenburg Castle lies not far from Highway No 6, on the way from Nürnberg to Heilbronn. It is signposted so you can't miss the way.
The annual Le Mans 24 hour race is probably the most famous and prestigious automotive event motoring history even recorded.
The Museum of Heavyweights (Museum du Poids Lourd) was set up by a group of local enthusiasts in 1982. After many twists and turns the collection moved to its current location in 2005.
Valencay is home to one of the most elegant and exquisite castles in the Loire Valley. It was used by Napoleon's foreign minister, Talleyrand in the early 19th century.