We think road and street circuits are the quintessence of good motor racing. That's why we love the Monaco GP, and regret the passing of truly classic events like the Targa Florio and the Mille Miglia.
One can understand though, "
We at influx towers have always aspired to do proper off road adventure one day. There's something about the untrammelled feeling of freedom that comes with busting free from the rules and regulations of the highway. It's a different, primal "
"When you look at digital artist Chris Labrooy's brilliantly rendered deconstructions of a Pontiac what do you see?
Are they some sort of post modern, ode to the death of Detroit? Or could they be a pure work of the "
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Italy-based British artist Chris Gilmour has to be one of the most meticulous cardboard engineers in the world.
His renderings of everything from a ’32 Ford Hotrod to the classic Cinquecento – and from a Vespa scooter "
"I have been customising cars since I was eighteen, when I first got my driving license.
Now I customise supercars for customers who want more than just simply the most expensive car on the market. Some people call me an "
"I spoke to Omologato's visionary founder, Shami Kalra, about how his brand has become so well-established so quickly, and what comes next.
Damien Cross: Shami, why watches – and why motorsport?
Shami Kalra: Having produced watches for over 25 years and created "
"Ferraris - they’re a strange breed of car. Sometimes I love them; sometimes, they leave me cold.
I can't explain precisely why that is. I think everybody is expected to believe the modern incarnation of the Italian brand is "
"Jeremy Webb jumped on two very different Triumph motorcycles, travelling on a couple of the best biking roads to put them to the test. He took the Tiger 1200 and the Street Twin to Wales to find out Who Dares Wins.
"It might seem strange to talk about another mag as part of an Influx edition, but there's no greater insight into the motoring world than a car sales magazine. At least it used to be, before the internet stole their "