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Tops & amp; Flops of the week (28) - What moved the editorial team

Tops & Flops of the week (28)
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E r was the star from Knight-Rider and Bay Watch and he came to Stuttgart. Neither the wonder car K.I.T.T nor Pamela Anderson is meant. Full of euphoria, colleague Manuel Dohr stormed to the autograph session with David Hasselhoff in a bookshop. He brought a big grin, an autograph and a unique souvenir photo.

From loud and quiet athletes

his colleague Tobias GrĂ¼ner also collected autographs - from all current Formula 1 drivers . Not for themselves, but for all users who can win them on auto-motor-und-sport.de. Maybe Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber can expect a harmonious togetherness if they are only preserved as a signature in a fan album side by side for eternity. Otherwise it will remain a catfight as long as Red Bull only gives front wings on one side.

In contrast, the first electric car Silvretta rally took place in harmonious silence. The e-car elite moved silently through the Montafon and showed today what can be done tomorrow. The Spanish national soccer team, on the other hand, has already immortalized itself. While the German autocorsos were already running out of air, the Spanish auto-emotion continued long after the finale.

The VW Golf GTI, as the ancestor of the compact sports car for colleagues Dralle, still proves its staying power today represents the measure of all things. In contrast, the Daihatsu Materia and the Copen have enough air. Both models are being discontinued. It's a shame, as some colleagues think.

You can read about everything else the auto motor und sport editorial team has electrified in our photo show.

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