By naterisch
09/28/2015
All right, all right: I admit that over the years I have achieved a certain reputation for sartorial elegance. Why, certain frustrated observers have lost bar bets trying to determine the last time I was seen wearing a T-shirt, let alone a golf shirt; my farmer’s tan ends at the wrist, although on warmer occasions, I have been known to turn up my long-sleeve cuffs a turn or two.
By naterisch
09/28/2015
There’s a reason why I wasn’t at Oktoberfest, swapping stories and suds with you lovely people, even though New Jersey is in my relative neck of the woods: Nantucket.
By naterisch
09/21/2015
Austin, Texas is hot, even in September. But that’s where Circuit Of The Americas (COTA) is located, and where BMW competes in the penultimate round of the Tudor race series. And when Michelin flies in two lucky BMW CCA raffle winners, plus guests, and asks you to come along to write about it, you brave the heat.
By naterisch
09/21/2015
We’re going to take a little break from what has become Siegel’s Nonstop Tii-Related Adventures and go straight to what every man, if he’s honest, wants—something that pushes the boundaries of Roundel as a family publication.
By naterisch
09/13/2015
Every time I get behind the wheel of a race car, my job is to maximize the speed I can get out of it. I have to be flexible in my driving approach. Being able to drive a race car fast, lap after lap, is a constantly moving target, and as a driver, I have to be open-minded in order to extract the most out of the car. Every race, every lap, I make minor changes to my driving in order to get the best out of it. As my driving coach, Mike Zimicki, always taught me, you have to be able to drive the car you have, not the car you want, in order to be fast.

Pages