Studio 434: A car collection that’s just the ticket

"A 1955 Morris Minor and a 1968 Jensen Interceptor FF may seem odd bedfellows, but this pair or British classics kicked off Rodger Dudding’s very extensive car collection. Dudding, creator of the familiar Lonsto automated ticketing machine system used in supermarkets "

Evolution E-Types

"Evolution E-Types has launched an exclusive behind the scenes interview with the Evolution creator Uryk Dmyterko ahead of their showcase at the forthcoming London Classic Car Show at the Excel 14-17 February. In the video, Dmyterko explains how a combination "

Aston Martin Lagonda

"Stephen Archer talks to us about the Aston Martin Lagonda 1976-1990 The wedge Lagonda has always divided opinion for its outlandish, elongated looks and for, well, being not very Aston like. So, let’s just call it a Lagonda, after "

Ferrari 550 Breadvan

Cars Culture

"In 1962 a very swift breadvan competed at Le Mans. It was unofficial in many ways. It wasn't raced by Ferrari, the company which built the 250 GT on which it was based, and it wasn't actually called a breadvan by the "

Homologation Specials

Cars

"When standard ‘road-going’ spec isn’t enough… The act of homologating a car is a scarce thing in modern racing. Back in the day though, it was a carmakers way of entering a motorsports series while giving designers and engineers "

Daddy Cool

People Culture

"The 2017 drag racing season was bittersweet for the Daddy Cool family drag racing team. The year began with drag racer Dave “Sag” Southworth in hospital and diagnosed with terminal biliary duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma). Knowing he had one more summer left, "

Influx Social

Doggy Driving

Cars

"It sounds like a very tall order, fitting a Bentley into a SsangYong. We managed it though, and with room to spare. How? This lofty SsangYong is one of the Korean car maker's largest models, the Tivoli XLV, a stretched "

#Influx2019

Cars Culture

"Visitors to the recent Influx event in Shoreditch received more than just a great night of cars, bikes, people and culture, they were also the lucky recipients of a goody bag - part of which was the inaugural Influx calendar "

Create your Influx video

Cars Culture

"In 2019 we're going to be showing more videos than ever before - and this time our social media followers get to choose what happens! We're offering you the chance to help decide what a video will be about, and how "

The New Arc Vector

Bikes

"The Vector is the world’s first fully neo-cafe racer that includes a fully integrated Human Machine Interface. But it comes at a hefty price. £90,000 to be exact. The range of the Arc Vector ranges from 120 miles to 200 miles depending "

Josse Indigo 3000

Cars

"To run the risk of sounding a little bit like Prof. Brian Cox here, Josse was the briefest of flashes in our galaxy of motoring. Unless you happened to be looking in the right place at the right time, you "