"The Lamborghini Miura is the most beautiful car of the sixties. There. I’ve said it. You can't be objective when you're talking about automotive beauty. There's this idea that journalists are meant to be objective, platonic, even handed; set "
"The Lamborghini Miura is almost a ghostly presence in the motoring world.
Vanishingly rare, closer to VE Day than it is to us, it was the first, true, modern supercar. The first mid-engined car designed for road, not for race. "
The much-acclaimed Lamborghini Miura Bible by Joe Sackey was first published by specialist motoring press Veloce in November 2008. However the entire first print run was sold out in less than four months, leaving a lot of people disappointed. Now reprinted, "
We've never understood why it's so important for Ferraris to be red. Always struck us as a little silly to spend hundreds of thousand of pounds on something a whole bunch of other people have got. And "
"It should probably come as no surprise that the designer of the Lamborghini Countach – the most futuristic of cars – has little time for past glories.
He would rather think than talk.
Marcello Gandini creator of the Lamborghini Countach, is a "
We were thinking recently about how period design in vastly different media can have massive natural empathy. The twin male obsessions with technical brilliance and desirability are demonstrated by the timepiece industry's natural affiliation with cars and "
"You’ll find plenty of motoring journalists who are real professors of this subject. They love to get under the bonnet and tinker with the oily bits or thoroughly go through testing procedures point by point. Honestly, I admire them "
"An enthusiast’s dream. A collector’s dream. 400 unique motorcycles in one place, and a chance to take home a little piece of history.
Staffordshire Showground held this year’s International Classic Motorcycle Show where Bonhams were exhibiting their largest "
"When you think of famous Premier League footballers and their treasure trove of fast and rare cars you don’t tend to think the vehicles they cherish the most might actually be… erm, the humble minivan.
But that’s the "
"The grand tourer is a bit of an odd thing. Fast, yes. Luxurious, even more so. Front-engined, rear-wheel-drive configuration allowing for maximum sidewaysness around roundabouts to shred insanely expensive tyres, yes.
But practical? Useful for a spot of real touring? "