"Ford has previewed an all new Focus RS - the 30th Ford car to bear the RS badge.
And it looks perfect for carrying on the prestigious tradition of the 'Rallye Sport' tag.
Ford Europe’s press office claims that "
It was an obvious choice - the definitive fast ford, one that will always be remembered as the Ferrari and Porsche-slaying slab of automotive sinew and muscle that rode to glory. And we'll never get tired of posting onboard footage "
"We spotted our first Ford Focus RS in the steel this week.
It’s always an event to see a car that will likely sit up there in the rarified atmosphere of blue collar legends like the Sierra Cosworth and "
According to JNCB the Japanese government is bringing out a new Koreisha Mark- which is a badge that senior citizens are required to wear on their cars - to warn, presumably, the genral public of their elderly status. Apparently a "
Of all the interesting stumble-upons that we have, er, stumbled upon recently, we think this beautiful little set of drawings is up there with the best.
Published in France some time in the 1960 the book is a a nice example "
Every now and then the distinguished folk at RM Auctions come up with a doozy we can't ignore.
We spotted this 1953 Maserati bike in the auction list for their forthcoming London event (26th October) and we had to share.
"A friend said it looked like General De Gaulle’s nose on wheels, and certainly the Citroen DS23 EFi I briefly owned had a Gallic beakiness.
Film lovers might remember The Day of the Jackal, starring Edward Fox as a "
"Motoring brands don’t come much bigger than Harley-Davidson. In fact, brands in general don’t come much bigger than Harley-Davidson. It’s a name that transcends industries, cultures and the seven continents.
And probably Mars when we colonise it.
"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 "
"If you're of a certain age, you'll remember the sight and sound of the powder blue invalid tricycles that were once a common sight on our roads and at our football stadia. But do you know the story behind them?