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Hola and thank you for visiting Motor Fanatics.

Whether you are an old school fan coming from our Social Media profiles, or just discovered Motor Fanatics right now, first of all, Welcome!

Second, I want to use this first post give you some background about Motor Fanatics, its goals, and who is behind this publication.

Motor Fanatics was born in 2016 as a Facebook fan page with the aim of celebrating motorsport with a unique style. The intention was, and will always be, to promote content based on its quality and essence rather than looking only for the latest viral hit.

Honestly, I think that has always been this philosophy what made Motor Fanatics rapidly grow on Social Media. Especially thanks to you. Fanatics that share this passion and have made of Motor Fanatics a mandatory meeting point for hardcore petrolheads.

As the community grew, the necessity of having our own place, far from the noise and algorithms of the social networks, became more and more essential. It took more time than expected due to the lack of time to do it with the proper quality but, finally, here we are!

I would like you to keep in mind that this is an independent niche publication with the mission of creating quality content for a very specific group of car enthusiasts. Feel free to take a look to the About page to find more information.

In order to not extend myself with future promises, I just want to say that you can expect Motor Fanatics to evolve with more cool projects as it grows. Step by step, this is gonna be an exciting journey for sure!

Regarding the person writing these lines, my name is Sergio, I was born in Spain in 1988, and I’ve been managing Motor Fanatics since the beginning. 

As a millennial, I consider myself part of the Gran Turismo generation. Moreover, I love to dive into motorsports history through the different eras of the second half of the 20th century (especially ’80s and ’90s). And last but not least, I am a big fan of the Japanese, European and Australian motorsport culture.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe!

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