"All images: Leyland Press
If you came to car consciousness any time between Ted Heath and Margaret Thatcher's premierships, then the Dolomite Sprint will mean a lot to you.
Born from a time of rancour an agitation on the shop "
When Subaru launched their first mass produced Kei-car the 360 in 1958, little would the company's sararimen have believed that half a century one they would preside over one of the true talismans of enthusiastic driving all over the world.
The 365 cc-engined, "
"What is Influx Magazine?
Celebrating the best of motoring culture, wherever it is found, whatever form it takes.
Influx Magazine is the evolution of the customer magazine by Adrian Flux, the Norfolk-based insurance broker that offers specialist car insurance for "
"The 2CV was famously conceived by Citroën President Pierre Boulanger to drag the French farming population into the modern era - but in introducing this car he unwittingly created one of the most enduring archetypes of global car culture. "
Sometimes it's good to have your preconceptions challenged. I was brought up and into car culture through the entertaining and sometimes scurrilous Custom Car magazine of the 1970s (below).
Anyone that remembers that wickedly funny 'zine will remember that as "
If you're any kind of lensman or camera botherer, amateur or pro, you will salivate when you check out this super badass, matte-black Panamera chase car.
Owned and operated by Chase Car inc out of California, this ultimate camera dolly "
"You never forget your first time.
Since my first drive in a Honda NSX 15 years ago I’ve driven maybe half a dozen others: earlier 3.0-litre cars; the raw, empty, fabulous NSX-R; the post-2002 cars that lost the pop-up lights.
"If you apply the successful siblings' theory to a pair of classic French hot hatches – then the Peugeot 205 GTI (1.9-litre of course) would be Michael Schumacher in his pomp, and its less successful brother, the 309 GTI would sadly be Ralf "
"Fear is essential. Fear keeps us from taking on life-threatening activities or endangering ourselves and others. The knowledge that actions have consequences – and knowledge of which consequences are best avoided at all costs – keeps us safe.
Fear keeps us away "
"Ploughing through a stack of boxes to escape the bad guys, endless drifting through a car park, angering a fist-shaking market stall owner in pursuit of an escaping criminal; that’s the stunt driving dream.
For a lot of people "