"A study of early Ferraris is more a study of individual cars than model types. In the first six years of Ferrari production there were about 200 cars built and almost every one of them was unique in some way. Cars "
"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 "
"Images via Cats Exotics We've been known to fetishise the odd shooting brake. And this Murena GT must be one of the most beautiful we've ever come across. According to the webs it was built in 1969 by Intermeccanica of Turin "
"This is a one-off Lamborghini-Zagato collab. And don't let anyone tell you it's not a result of the oneupmanship that was riddled through the relationship between Ferruccio and il commendatore. You've heard the story. The Lambo boss was upset at "
"There’s a lot in a name. Especially for Alfisti. It was pronounced ‘duet-o-tanta’. The 2uettottanta was Pininfarina’s headline act of the Geneva Motor Show back in March '09. The name, as well as being calculated to draw legions "
"If you're a devotee of the BTCC, BSB or a fan of the Kaiser Chiefs (we'll return to that) then you'll be familiar with Knockhill, the highest (at around 800 feet above sea level) and most northerly permanent racing circuit in "
"Based in the rolling hills of Somerset, the Ariel Motor Company is the sort of family-run business that we all wish we worked for. Small and friendly yet internationally-known, the modern iteration of the firm has been built up since 1999 "
"A friend said it looked like General De Gaulle’s nose on wheels, and certainly the Citroen DS23 EFi I briefly owned had a Gallic beakiness. Film lovers might remember The Day of the Jackal, starring Edward Fox as a "