"Issue 6 of influx is now available for you to view and download online. The issue includes features on RCA Designers of the Future, Requiem for a Supercar, East Bay Rats, Volvo, Karting and much more."
"Issue 2 of influx is now available for you to view and download online. The issue includes features on Californian Biker Gangs, Self Build Motorcaravans, Round the World Gumball Rally, Audi TT, Maserati Quattroporte, Show Car Stars and much more."
"Issue 3 of influx is now available for you to view and download online. Issue 3 includes features on the Ferrari F430 Spider, James Hunt, Group B Rally Cars, Surf Wagons, Drifting, BMW Art Cars and much more."
"Issue 1 of influx is now available for you to view and download online. The issue includes features on Maserati's Pininfarina BirdcageJaguar XK, European Gumball Rally, Japanese Custom Trucks, Street Racing in South Africa, Used Cars in Dakar, Popemobiles and much "
"In the post Leyland era, Jaguar employees formed "The Saturday Club" to work on pet projects outside of company time. Chief engineer, Jim Randle, had a vision for a spiritual successor to the XJ13 (as famously wrecked, through no fault "
"The British springtime planned its moment perfectly, breaking cover in time to kick off the historic motoring calendar. Amongst the daffodils of West Sussex, the Duke of Richmond hosted the 77th Members’ Meeting at the nostalgic Goodwood Motor Circuit.
"I recently commented on a Tweet by a guy who rides a 125cc bike.
‘Why do people with big bikes hate us 125cc bike Riders? We aint different, we are normal Riders Just Like You, we do everything "
"On Thursday 22nd November Influx went Underground.
We didn’t go alone, of course. We were joined by a flood of Influxy types, from car designers and journalists, to design students, insurance personnel and – of course – passionate motoring enthusiasts, we "
"For most of us, the concept of going flat out on a motorcycle is pushing to overtake on a straight bit of road, or opening the bike up during a track day. But the reality is almost incomprehensible to us "