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Aerodynamics

Absolute opposites

Those blessed with genius are always ahead of the field, often too much, but they tend to drag […]

Aerodynamics

Road plane

Paul Lewis, advertiser and inventor (with as many as 28 patents to his name), was a real believer […]

Aerodynamics

The missing wheel

In Europe and America in the 1930s, it became increasingly clear that there was a need to design […]

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German rationality

Until just before the Second World War, Adler was a leading German car brand that covered various market […]

Aerodynamics

French sensuality

Goutte d’eau, or tear drop was the nickname immediately given to this masterpiece by the Italian coachbuilder Giuseppe […]

Aerodynamics

So much more. Maybe too much

Our occasional forays into the history of aerodynamics have taught us that scientifically-studied aerodynamic cars weren’t always well […]

Aerodynamics

The epitome

In a world troubled by great uncertainties, the 1930s heralded a decade of irrepressible folly that swept through […]