Zenos – the upstarts treading on Lotus toes


"When Zenos appeared barely a couple of years ago, I could tell there was something different about them...  You see a lot of sports car manufacturers start up around England. Generally they borrow bits from companies that know what they're "

A feast of Fantasy Fiesta variants


"Fast, fun, and funky. The Ford Fiesta has always been one of Britain’s favourites, but some of the design concepts over its 40-year production have been downright bizarre… As we celebrate the Ford Fiesta’s 40th birthday and see "

Braking Le Mans

Cars Culture

"The ticket gates were all open, rubbish lay on the ground. The rubber from tyres was still warm on kerbs that only five hours earlier had been pounded upon by racing machines making their way around the eight-mile leviathan. A "

Ron Harris: The Con-Rod Father

Cars People Culture

"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 "

Influx Social

Ford Fiesta at Forty


"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 - "

Caterham Seven 310R: Part two – The Drive


"Last week we introduced the new Caterham Seven – named the 310R. Caterham itself states proudly on its website that “If Caterham was only going to make one Seven for the rest of its days, this would be it.” With that "