"How do I love my Fiesta sedan? Let me count the ways... As an automotive journalist, I'm often asked, "What's your favorite car?" With a smile, I always tell them, "I might be biased, but my favorite car is the "
"There’s about as much Fiesta in the Fiesta WRC as there is egg in a Koenigsegg. Despite that, there’s enough of an excuse to shoehorn it into our Ford Fiesta edition. Ignoring one-off drag stars and the odd "
"Earlier this year the Ford tuning world lost a legend. Thankfully Ron Harris’ legacy lives on through his children, grandchildren, and the family business, Harris Performance Engines... Back in the ‘70s and ‘80s fast Fords ruled the streets. If you "
"Of all the working class heroes that have been produced by Ford’s of Dagenham - the Fiesta is the longest surviving. It may not be the most spectacular or glamorous inheritor of the company’s blue collar legacy - "
"Yamaha Ténéré We first saw these beauties in Southern Spain around 1986. They were ridden by the coolest looking Frenchmen in the world. When I saw these guys they were en route to the ferry to Morocco. A life "
"INFLUX: Can you give us an overview of the Bowler and the UK Off Road racing scene? JON CHESTER: The UK Off Road scene is interesting, it’s changing all the time. There are some really active clubs and series "
"You have probably never heard of Stephane Peterhansel. But he is one of the greatest racing drivers of all time. Oh, and he's one of the greatest motorcycle racers of all time too. In France, Rally Raid desert racing is "
"The problem with roads is that they have rules. The good thing about offroad culture is that there aren't as many. Whether you like it or not the road is in itself a piece of administrative coercion. No matter what "
"Drift culture was born on the high, twisty pass roads of Japan. The scene was particularly popular in the highly populated central strip of the country between Tokyo and Nagano. It was generated and nurtured Hashiriya - the mostly young, "
"Japanese culture is all about exaggeration and amplification. Manga character Takumi Fujiwara from Initial D is the perfect example of this. The manga scene turned its gaze onto the Hashiriya street racing scene in the mid-nineties. Its founding hero was "
"Drift culture was born in the mountain passes of Japan. But it's become one of the most popular motorsports in the world. Its popularity is testament to the appeal of accessible motorsport. Mark Buckle is one of the stalwarts of "
"Hachi-Roku. Corolla. Levin. Trueno. Sprinter. Whatever you call the thing, Toyota’s AE86 designation - that is the two-door, rear wheel drive, vaguely wedge-shaped, mid-range sports coupé produced between 1983 and 1987 - is the most definitive vehicle in the short history "
" Transporter T1 Nicknamed the 'Bull' , this first of a kind vehicle i.e. forward controlled, rear engined commercial van, went into production in 1950. It was the end of a story that started three years earlier when Dutch Importer Ben Pon "