For Autodromo founder Bradley Price, racing his 1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce isn't necessarily about winning. In fact, his races don't keep time. The drive seems to be more about celebrating a period in time and bettering oneself as a driver. It's a far more romantic approach to enjoying cars than the going for all-out speed, power, and more and more and more...which is refreshing.
Price got into the car he currently drives for economical reasons; no trailer, no haulers, he can drive from home to the track. His automotive theory follows the minimalism trend: when you cut out the big, the over-much, and the unnecessary, you free yourself up to simpler approach to enjoying an era.
Petrolicoius did a beautiful job shooting this one.