"It’s exactly 30 years since Ari Vatanen won the UK stage of the World Rally Championship in the crazy days of Group B racing.
This November Ari will be back in the UK for the Wales Rally GB (13th-16th "
"Look at these shots of the new Peugeot DKR.
Takes me back to being a kid in the park hankering in vain after those big wheeled, petrol driven radio controlled cars that the older boys were having so much fun "
"Jean Todt, Peugeot's team principle, stood in front of the press at the start of the 1981 Rally season and announced that they were developing a new four wheel drive rally car.
He promised a prototype by 1983 and that the new "
"The Two Lane Blacktop Feature in issue 5 may have inspired you to see the movie again, or indeed watch it for the first time. This beautifully filmed paean to the highways and country roads of America is cited by many "
" By the end of the 1980s it seemed like every other drive in suburban Britain was home to a Peugeot 205.
Over five million 205s were produced over its 15 year production run – but only a select few lucky folk (or their "
For some reason this incredible BMW one-off from 1969, (our favourite year), completely managed to pass us by these forty odd years.
You can see the car's bloodline at first glance.
Yes, those are the Montreal-esque hooded headlamps from the pen "
The impish little Hillman holds a special place in our hearts here at Influx towers – and so does the noble carozzeria Zagato. So, we're not sure how we missed the short run, pirate collab between the two institutions.
Thing is, "
"In the mid-noughties, the JDM hero car was pretty much dead.
The Toyota Supra was long-gone, and bullet-fast acronyms such as GT-R and LFA had yet to emerge from Nissan and Lexus leaving buyers with a single choice – the original "
"Here in the UK, we are pretty lucky to be blessed with some awesome pockets of custom bike enthusiasts scattered across our beautiful country, but we’re not so blessed in the way of bike shows and I can’t "
"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 "
"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 "