"Our FOCUS for this edition is Andrew Soul What kind of cars would Essex boy Andrew Soul like to shoot? And how did he get started in photography? We had a quick chat. Influx: How did you get into photography? "
"The last time someone won a Grand Prix at the Jarama race track in Madrid, it was Gilles Villeneuve. Ironically, it was a race won at the slowest speed, as Villeneuve — driving the truck-like Ferrari 126C — had to use every "
"The beautiful things of the earth become more dear as they elude pursuit. Thomas Hardy. Chris Baglin, the builder of the gorgeous Ducati Bevel, can remember exactly what it was that ignited the flame inside him that eventually led to "
"“Well, the thing that’s impressive apart from anything else in an engine is that each individual cylinder manages to go ‘suck, squeeze, bang, blow’ 92 times per second. The sparks required at 11,000rpm are 733 per second. The piston weighs five "
"If you apply the ‘difficult’ third album theory to cars – then Ford faced a massive challenge when making the third generation Fiesta ST. As in, how exactly do you follow up a hot hatch that was brilliant at everything? First "
"Technical drawings have always allowed those unlikely to get their hands into the oily innards of a race car to get a look at what goes where, and does what. We had a quick chat with technical illustrator Roy Scorer "
"In 2018, Cosworth turns 60. In celebration, Influx was granted behind-the-scenes access at the company’s engineering base in Northampton, England, to meet some of the men and women who make Cosworth what it is today – and what it will be tomorrow. "
"The Porsche 911 tale began with the 901 back in 1963. It was created by Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche, grandson of the legendary Volkswagen Beetle designer, Ferdinand Porsche. The replacement for the Porsche 356 was all set to be retailed as the 901, as that’s "