" video via Automobiliac This video is not the onboard, hold onto your hats variety. It's more interesting than that. What appears below is a classic piece of footage of 1939 Grand Prix champ Hermann Lang (above), piloting the stupendous Silver Arrow "
" If we had to pick lensman to define what we love about people, bikes and cars, then it would be Scott Pommier. There's something timelessly appealing about the way he extracts the personality and passion of his subjects - be "
" The artist known as MIA is pretty controversial. The Londoner with a Sri Lankan heritage has always polarised opinion, mixing up musical and creative influences from everywhere, and messing generally with the field of expectations and images. The video below "
" The name George Barris is synonymous with car customising. It was George and his brother Sam that revolutionised the art of custom cars in America back in the forties and fifties by reworking the likes of Ford and Chevrolet "
" All images Emile Kozak Emile Kozac is a prolific creative type. He photographs strange, absences, landscapes where the captured flies fleetingly by and then disappears. He documents normal things that through the lens become strange, even extraordinary. The Barcena based "
"[gallery link="file"] All images © John Rawlings/Condé Naste Photographer John Rawlings was one of a pod of key creative photographers employed by publishing house Condé Naste in the fifties. Along with luminaries like Irving Penn, to create in the "
" We really like Ray Gordon's pictures. There's something fundamentally upbeat about them. They're real. They're cool. They're unselfconscious. Living tucked up in the offbeat Pacific Northwest of America, Ray has been documenting the lives of his local petrolheaded friends for "
" We're loving this onboard from Joey Dunlop around the Isle of Man in 1983. But as well as the always amazing images of Joey 'keeping it lit and between the hedges', here is the brilliantly cool, calm and understated Ulster tones "
" There's been an acreage of McQueen love from these pages over the last couple of years. Of course, the king of cool was indeed the petrol headed totem of all Hollywood time. But the beautiful Paul Newman was, of course, "
" In a regular new figure we're going to spotlight a member of the motorcycling community and ask our dear readers to identify the vehicle and the rider, if possible, thereof. We might even ask for a caption from you witty "
" image via Lapoularde It's pretty obvious to anyone who has turned even half an analytic eye on bike culture that On Any Sunday is one of the most interesting, and certainly the most beautiful, films on bike culture that was "
" We like the way Norwegian photographer Jorn Tomter shoots people and cars. There's something quirky, something uninflected about his approach. So often, it's easy to slip into the multiple clichés of the car marketing universe. Jorn avoids this "
" image via TT3D Ok, so we know the TT was a couple of weeks back and that we all know, at least intellectually, how mad TT riders really have to be. But: we've never seen anything that etches out "