"In the 1970s there was no fast route north of Barking. No M11 to take you up to Cambridge for the day, no A406 cutting a swathe through Wanstead Flats. To the south there was only marshes and the river. "
"Back in the 1980s, car manufacturers were busy thinking of the next big thing in the sports car world, and some clever German folk had an idea. Why don’t we connect all of the wheels to the engine? Why "
"First & Second Generation (1972-1983)
Introduced in 1972, the original Civic featured US-focussed innovation s like front discs, reclining seats and radio as standard. It was notoriously prone to corrosion, so you won't find many original first generation examples these "
"It’s one of the most deflating feelings in the motoring world. No, strike that. In the universe. It’s ten in the morning on your local dual carriageway on a sunny Sunday. You’ve crammed the kids into the "
""Wall of Death?" I hear you say. "Meh!"
But this is no health-and-safety logged, Ofsted approved circus act. This is something really special. This is the Indian Wall of Death.
And man alive, look at the way this video is "
"Volvo's wedgy dutchman was never the glamourpuss of the brand's back catalogue.
But this blown mutant, complete with X1/9-like black vinyl rollover bar - just might have taken the platform into realms of the desireable.
Alas, safety concerns over "
"Abarth described the 695 Biposto as the world’s smallest supercar.
In truth, it’s closer to a road-legal race car. Either way, this fastest and feistiest of Fiat 500s came with a price tag to match. When launched in 2014, it "
"On Thursday 22nd November Influx went Underground.
We didn’t go alone, of course. We were joined by a flood of Influxy types, from car designers and journalists, to design students, insurance personnel and – of course – passionate motoring enthusiasts, we "
"The 2017 drag racing season was bittersweet for the Daddy Cool family drag racing team.
The year began with drag racer Dave “Sag” Southworth in hospital and diagnosed with terminal biliary duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma). Knowing he had one more summer left, "
"In 1962 a very swift breadvan competed at Le Mans.
It was unofficial in many ways. It wasn't raced by Ferrari, the company which built the 250 GT on which it was based, and it wasn't actually called a breadvan by the "