Yannick Duppich
Yannick Duppich
Yannick Duppich is a sports enthusiast whose passion has brought him all around the globe – from leading boot camp sessions to hitting trails of all kinds across the world. Coupled with an everlasting wanderlust, Yannick has travelled to far-flung and remote destinations such as the culturally diverse Indonesian island Sulawesi, Myanmar’s rural and remote Shan state and the scenic south China mountains.

The 2021 Countach pays tribute to Lamborghini’s rule-breaking 1971 model, while luxury yacht-maker Dynamiq has unveiled a new 41-metre beauty, Stefania, and Ferrari collaborated with Little Car Company on a fun child-sized motor

The NBA Hall-of-Famer might be a surprisingly frugal millionaire, but he has a soft spot for supercars – so what do you think of his Lamborghini Aventador’s custom floral paint job?

One of boxing’s all-time greats, Mayweather has used his enormous wealth to amass an incredible car fleet of rare and luxurious cars – including many of the fastest sports cars ever made

After the British pop star was spotted behind the wheel of a chic 50s motor on the set of Don’t Worry Darling, we combed social media to figure out what supercars Styles like to drive IRL


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Horacio Pagani has done it again: the newly unveiled Huayra R has petrolheads salivating around the world – but only 30 cars will be made

A red robe also owned by Drake and Kanye, Gucci trainers, Lamborghini and McLaren supercars – how has the newly engaged Irish MMA millionaire splashed the cash?

With the NBA season suspended because of Covid-19, the four-time MVP winner ‘King’ James has turned to social media to show how he takes care of his most valued asset, his body


French design and innovation bike manufacturer Coleen decided to launch a limited-edition electric bike to honour Carroll Shelby’s 1959 victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans

From the golden sands of Palawan to the spooky mountain landscapes of Sagada, the Philippines is increasingly attractive for independent travellers – here’s why

Sunrise on a mountaintop, rice paddies, local village life and more – the running trails in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and Laos are for beginners or experienced athletes