Saturday,26 May, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1395, (24 - 30 May 2018)
Saturday,26 May, 2018
Issue 1395, (24 - 30 May 2018)

Ahram Weekly


Lots of wild action in the desert, a podium surprise and Rahala winning as usual, reports Mohamed Abdel-Razek


Toyota Egypt decides to squeeze the luxury vehicle division into the supposedly recovering

Daniel Ricciardo flies past hopeless Mercedes and Ferrari while Verstappen still

Why sell your old car if you can turn it electric and keep it for eternity?, writes

Some people never get older; only their toys get bigger

A new season but the same scenario, with Vettel wiping the smile off Hamilton’s

Going as far back as 1924 was enough to thrill hundreds of visitors at the sixth

Electric cars will have 65 charging stations in seven governorates

Organiser Ahmed Al-Sirgani speaks to Mohamed Abdel-Razek on everything that has to

The new 2018 season packs lots of changes aiming to increase competition

Two-hundred classic vehicles are on the scene in Egypt’s upcoming sixth classic meet

At last, Hisham Al-Khateeb was crowned king of the Egyptian drift after getting the

Cars in movies can charm but also harm, writes Mohamed Abdel-Razek

For whoever missed the golden days, manufacturers are once again bringing back their

Finding the right vehicle doesn’t seem a big deal but finding a ride that adapts

It’s more than just owning a classic car from the golden era. Reliving the

Mohamed Abdel-Razek asks why Egypt is not heading towards the future in public transportation,

He wanted a classic car before turning 60 but when his son brought him a Mercedes,

RTA in Dubai makes buying a used car much safer. Can this be applied in Egypt? ,

Coincidence can be clever enough to lead a Formula One fanatic to discover his dream

In its 40th edition, the world’s toughest cross-country Rally Dakar hits 13

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