• Poland’s most luxury airport. International travel companion in style.

    Poland’s most luxury airport. International travel companion in style.

    So Poland is upgrading It’s aviation status to one of best luxury airports in the world! Very soon me and other gorgeous international travel companion ladies will be able to travel faster, easier and in style Central Transport Hub is officially on the way to rise between Warsaw and Łodź, my home. 

    Polish main travel spot, Chopin Warsaw airport, is serving so many tourists in a year that it is not having enough space any more. Who would think 20 years ago that Poland is going to be so internationally open and developing so fast? Not many of my parents’ generation. I am very proud to be a Polish international travel companion and finally see that my country is developing not just business wise but people mindset is changing also. Gradually but changing. Big Yes for me! It is a process to change how people here think about foreigners, especially if cultural differences are involved. The development of top ten world’s best airport is a major sign that change is coming and that Poles are more open than ever to international adventures.

    Poland’s most luxury airport. International travel companion in style.

    The new airport is going to be located in Baranów. The access will be provided within 15 minutes from Warsaw central station by train I haven’t found out yet what is the plan for transportation between Łódź city and Baranów but as soon as I will find this information – I will tell you in person. So that, Baranów is going to become a new center for commercial development and new air-town of Poland. The number of passengers served per year is planned to start with 45 millions and reaching 100 millions. That makes Poland a rival to Heathrow, Charles de Gaulle and Schiphol. That also means for international travel companion ladies like me more fun shopping while waiting for a flight. Perhaps we will finally get that Hermes store ?

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  • Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale – Benjamin Button of cars. Blog by Lillian Love – international luxury model and exclusive companion.

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    The development of the car is similar to human development. The prototype born by the creators, nothing, the newborn develops, improves its abilities, becomes better and better, and when it reaches full maturity, leaves the seclusion of the family factory and becomes a laborer performing their daily tasks. The next step may be to achieve success on the sports platform. However, sometimes things seem to be impossible among cars – a reversal of the development process.

    When in 1966, after 14 years of absence, Alfa Romeo decided to return to the races of touring cars, an organization was established closely related to its factories called Autodelta. Her goal was extremely simple – preparation for sports and car service with a four-leaf clover on the fender. The company decided, however, not to grope in the dark, only to use the experience gained during testing the TZ2 model. The result was one of the greatest racing cars of its era – Alfa Romeo Tipo 33. When a second evolution of the model (T33 / 2) was ready a year later, it turned out that the regulations required the manufacturer to produce a short homologation series capable of moving along the way. This is how Alfa RomeoTipo 33 Stradale was created.

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    Under the hood of the car designed by Franco Scaglione was the V8 DOHC with a capacity of 2 liters, known for its high-performance version. The engine being the work of Carlo Chiti was characterized by a larger cylinder aperture than the piston stroke, which gave it a high-speed characteristic that allows it to achieve as much as 10,000 rpm. An interesting fact was the use of four ignition coils in combination with 16 candles. The power system was based on the SPICA fuel injection system, which resulted in power of 230 HP at 8,800 rpm, transmitted via a six-speed Colotti transmission to the rear axle. However, the most stunning was the supercar, for which Carrozzeria Marazzi was responsible. An unusual, but adding charm is the door raised like butterfly wings forward and up. Besides, the whole body of the T33 Stradale model is still considered the most sensual representative of the most splendid Italian car design school.

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    The car was driving as it looked, the best confirmation would be the maximum speed of 260 km/h. The first hundred car reached in 5.5 seconds. For performance and stunning appearance, however, one had to pay enormously. In 1968, T33 Stradale was the most expensive passenger car available for sale – it cost $ 17,000, with the price of an average class car of around $ 3,000. No wonder that only 18 copies of this model were made.

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  • Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing. International high class escort and cars.

    International high class escorts love luxury cars. I love cars with character.

    In 1952 model 300 SL (Sport Leicht) became a winner in Le Mans and Nurburgring, as well as in the murderous Carrera Panamericana, where not even a vulture interrupted a triumph of a Mercedes. A vulture actually fell thru a window of a car during a race and injured a member of Mercedes team… A lot of success in a short time caused a need to create a road version of W198. One of a major reasons to invest in a civil version of 300SL was a fact, that Max Hoffman (a USA distributor for Mercedes-Benz) preordered 500 pieces of that legendary car.

     
     

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    The car used the same chassis as a sport version – light but rigid. Unfortunately that disabled constructors from using standard doors. For that reason constructors decided to use doors that open upwards.. that gave a new nickname to a 300 SL… Gullwing The steering wheel tilts to enable a driver an easy way out of the car. Gullwing’s interior is very sporty, yet…luxurious. The designer who had this great ability to combine sport with luxury was Friedrich Geiger. The project of a car became famous for follolwing words: “The look of 300 SL gives an impression of running 100 miles an hour while standing still”.. The body of a road-version of Gullwing was made from steel. Aluminium was only engine cover, trunk and door. For sport drive lovers there was a special version made entirely from aluminium though! Well.. I think that perhaps surprising was a front window – made from plexiglass.. That commercial, yet sport version was only produced in the numer of 29…

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    What was a characteristic of a Gullwing? A phenomenal adherence. Yet, the most important part of this beauty was an engine. In previous models W194 and W196 a 3-liter engine was installed. Later on, thanks to Bosch who used an aircraft engine construction for a direct fuel injection, the power of the engine was doubled to 212 KM, later up to 222 KM. A high engine power, 4-speed gearbox and aerodynamic body of 300 SL made a Gullwing very sucessfull. 300 SL was reaching 100 km/hr in 8,7 seconds and a maximum speed was up to 260 km/hr!

    A disadvantage of a car, which was overheating, did not discourage clients from a purchase of Gullwing. Within 3 years Mercedes sold 1400 cars (1100 in USA). In 1957 a production of a coupee version was finished. His successor was a new roadster version.

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  • Meet blonde international elite companion and live an adventure!

    I love luxury. I love cars. I love adventure. My name is Lillian Love and I am a blonde international elite companion. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are looking for a luxury service and beautiful model to accompany you during romantic evening, events or holiday *

    Before the superlative achievements of Fernando ALonso, and in the wake of his glory years, Spain has provaided Formula 1 with a rich store of racing heritage. Defined by triumph, tragedy and tales of what might have been – Spain’s “other” drivers encapsulate the bittersweet pursuit of grand prix glory.

    Flying the flag

    Spain’s first Grand Prix took place on a street curcuit in the Pedralbes district of Barcelona. Flying the flag for the home nation was Barcelonan Francisco Godia Sales, better known as Paco Godia. A wealthy businessman and motor racing enthusiast, Godia finished in 10th, some 10 laps down on the rest of the field after numerous incidents that finally resulted in the Spaniard hurling the bonnet of his damaged car into the pit lane and carrying on to the finisz line. The Barcelona native wasn’t done with GF1 however, and after a second SPanish GP in 1954, he put together more commited F1 racing programmes between 1956 – 1958, claiming a best result of fourth at the 1956 Italian and German GP’s. 

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    The glamour of racing

    Fencer, aviator, Olympic bobsleigh competitor, steeplechase jockey and racing driver, Alfonso de Portago might now have been Spain’s first F1 star but de Portago was certainly the most glamorous. The son of a spanish nobleman, de Portago was a gentleman driver who focused largely on sports cars. In 1956, however, Enzo Ferrari named him as a fifth driver in F1 team that also featured Juan Manuel Fangio, Peter Collins, Luigi Musso and Eugenio Castelotti. The company was exalted but de Portago hel his own, taking the best result of a shared second at the 1956 British GP after handling his car over to Collins. In 1957 a return to sportcar racing ended in tragedy when he suffered a tyre failure while contesting Edmund Nelson and 10 spectators – five of tchem children – we killed, bringing the legendary road race to an end. 

    The lean years

    Spanish F1 hopes thinned in the 1960s and 1970s with few drivers making an impact on the sport. However ,a numer of hopefuls flirted with F1 careers longer funds allowed. Once such driver was Alex Soler-Roig, the son of a wealthy Barcelona surgeon. After some success in sportcars, Soler-Roig made his F1 weekend debut at the 1970 SPanish Grand Prix, driving a Lotus 49. He failed to qualify, did not start at Belgian Grand Prix, and again failed to qualify in France in the same year. Undeterred, he took sizeable  resources in March 1971 but again the results were poor and after two further starts in 1972 he bowed out of the sport. 

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    Team players

    After a dearth of Spanish heroes to cheer in 1970, the following decade saw a new wave of hopefuls break through, two of whom woud enjoy a career on the pit wall as well as at the wheel. Emerging from F3000 in the late 1980s, Adrian Campos and Luis Perez-Sala both graduated to F1 with the lowli Minardi team. Campos was first, making his debut at the Brazilian Grand Prix in 1987, though he was disqualified for passing cars on the parade lap. Perez-Sala joined the Italian squad the following year, displacing Campos. While both only raced briefly in F1, they eventually transferred their Motorsport knowledge to the pit wall, with Campos presiding over a successful team in GP2 and now in Formula 2 and the new F3 championship. Perez-Sala, meanwhile, acted as Team Principal at the short-lived HRT F1 team in 2012.

    Podiums and points

    With the arrival of Marc Gene and Pedro de la Rosa in 1999, spanish hopes were rekindled and both enjoyed long and successful careers at the variety of teams. While Gene raced 36 Times and took a best result of fifth with Williams at the 2003 Italian Grand Prix, it was de la Rosa who made the greater impact. The Barcelona native became just the third spanish driver to feature at the F1 podium after de Portago in 1956 and Alonso in 2003. De la Rosa’a moment arrived in Hungery in 2006, where he navigated rivers of rain to take second place for McLaren behind Jenson Button. In all, de la Rosa raced 104 Times for Arrows, Jaguar, McLaren, Sauber and HRT across a 13-year career, making him still Spain’s second most regular Grand Prix started after Fernando Alonso. 

    The youngest gun

    Before Carlos Sainz’s arrival at Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso, another spanish Red Bull Junior hopeful had been touted as a potencial star of the future – Jaime Alguersuari. WIth a British F3 title in his pocket and a solid season in Formula Renault 3.5 in 2009, Alguersuari was boosted to an F1 seat with Toro Rosso at the year’s ungarian Grand Prix, in place of Sebastien Bourdais. The step up made Alguersuari the youngest ever driver to start a Grand Prix at the age of 19, 125 days. It was the record that stood until 2015 and an arrival of another Red Bull hopeful, Max Verstappen. In all, Alguersuari raced 46 Times before exiting the sport at the end of 2011 and has since forged a successful career as a musician and DJ.

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  • F1’s cars new regulation changes. Blog by Lillian Love – the luxury companion and international high class escort

     

    F1’s cars new regulation changes. Blog by Lillian Love – the luxury companion and international high class escort

    F1’s cars have changed in 2019 with new regulations in force to promote closer, more exciting racing and to allow drivers to push harder throughout races. Here’s the guide to the key rules twaeks for 2019 season…

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    FRONT WING
    The most noticeable change for 2019 is a new front wing. It’s wider and less complex than in the past. This limits the opportunity to channel airflow outboard of the car, which leads to more disruption behind the car. Front wings are limited to five elements either side. They will feature simpler endplates and are limited to two strakes under the car. The wing’s width is increased by 200mm, it’s height by 20mm, and it’smoved forward by 25mm.

    BRAKE DUCTS
    In recent years brake ducts have become even more complex, acting as aerodynamic as well as cooling devices. There’s less surface area to play with this year, so that aero effect is now reduced.

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    WEIGHT
    The minimum weight of the car, without fuel, has gone up slightly from 733kg to 740kg. More importantly, at least 80kg of that must be made up of the driver, his seat and driving equipment. Lighter drivers can bring themselves up to the 80kg threshold by adding ballast, but crucially this balast must be positioned in the immediate cockpit area – and cannot be used elsewhere on the car to help improve it’s balance.

    REAR WING
    A height increase of 20mm doesn’t seem like much but it will lift the ‘rooster tail’ of turbulent air behind the car higher so it has less of an effect on a following rival’s car. The wing is 100mm wider than the 2018 edition. The DRS opening is also increased 20mm, boosting its potencial power by around 25 per cent, and there’s now a limitation on the pressure-equalising endplate slots of 2018.

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    REAR WING ENDPLATE LIGHTS
    One of the few revisions not introduced for closer racing. To increase visibility in poor weather and to improve safety, the traditional cetral rear light is joined by an additional LED light on each rear wing endplate. These must be illuminated at all times when using intermediate or wet-weather tyres.

    FUEL
    The maximum fuel allowance for the race is rising from 105kg to 110kg in order to allow drivers to use the engine at full power at all times. They should no longer have to worry as much about conserving fuel – and will hence be able to push harder, especialy in the closing stages of a grand prix.

    BARGEBOARDS
    The bargeboards either side of the cockpit have been repositioned and are smaller in order to make them less powerful and less aerodynamically disruptive. The bargeboards have been reduced in height by 150mm and moved forward 100mm.

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