They don't make them like James any more.
He was legendarily chaotic. Before each race he was terrified at the prospect of crashing and burning and dying. He was a unrepentant smoker, drinker and party guy.
But he could drive. "
"Lord March is a drug dealer.
Ok, that’s a pretty shocking opening statement, but it's true. His Lordship might not peddle harmful substances but he does invite the world to his place once a year to sample his own "
"It's ironic that we featured Francois Hardy recently.
A few of weeks ago James Garner, her co star in Grand Prix, John Frankenheimer's flawed motorsport classic from 1966, died peacefully at the impressive age of 86.
Here's a flavour of the film.
"If you were around in the seventies and ever went to Santa Pod: Hound Dog will mean a lot to you.
We're not really sure why it held the imagination - the Brit funny car was spectacular alright - but "
"Giorgetto Giugiaro is one of the most respected automotive designers in the world. The Italian has been responsible for the Lotus Esprit, Maserati Ghibli, Merak and Bora, the Alfasud, Golf MK1 and the Fiat Dino Coupe amongst others.
However, Giugiaro "
"Of all the tough guys that Hollywood as ever produced, James Coburn was one of the toughest.
And he of course had an incredible taste in cars. It’s common knowledge that soon-to-be-anointed supremo of mainstream UK car culture Chris "
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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 "
"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 "
"It’s sixty two years now since Mike Costin and Keith Duckworth launched Cosworth Engineering in a greasy corner of London. Since then the engineering firm has provided the connective tissue of some of the world’s finest and most "
"The appeal of Van Life is now something everyone understands. Freedom. Adventure. Self-determination. All these things are encoded deeply into how we see ourselves - and an entire industry has arisen to cater for every kind of wagon-type desire. But "