"There are a number of racing machines that will forever be associated with Finland.
The best of them are – like the nation that loves them – unruly, unpredictable and quick.
For some the definitive Finnish machine might be Jarno Saarinen's Yamaha "
It was a Saturday morning. Dickie Davies was leaning forward, staring intensely at the camera, bedecked in silver flash hair do and decked out in a sports coat of turquoise polyester. You could almost smell the Old Spice on him. "
"The cliché about Finnish people being good drivers seems to be true.
Look at the statistics. As a country of a mere 5.5 million people, we have produced many drivers who have won world class races and several world championship titles.
This is a killer eighties take on one of the last great Citroens from 1987. Grace rocks, especially as she bashed televisual cheesemonger Russell Harty around this period.
This campaign on the other hand promotes mock heroic overtones on a decidedly "
"Most of us realise that there is nothing remotely 'sustainable' or 'environmentally friendly' about the mass-market auto industry. Still, these global businesses are they're doing their utmost to convince consumers that they are doing there bit to save the planet. "
"The first Finnish sportsman to be dubbed ‘The Flying Finn’ actually used foot power rather than horsepower. It was a fellow called Hannes Kolehmainen, also known as ‘Smiling Hannes’ who won three gold medals at the 1912 Olympics in neighbouring Stockholm.
"Wait. Be still your angry keyboard. We know that the Range Rover didn’t have its official launch until June 1970.
What now lies before us on a central London dealership forecourt is a piece of automotive archeology, a motorised missing "
"The beautiful things of the earth become more dear as they elude pursuit. Thomas Hardy.
Chris Baglin, the builder of the gorgeous Ducati Bevel, can remember exactly what it was that ignited the flame inside him that eventually led to "
"Technical drawings have always allowed those unlikely to get their hands into the oily innards of a race car to get a look at what goes where, and does what.
We had a quick chat with technical illustrator Roy Scorer "
"'Come down the hill, around the mini roundabout, stop by the camera and tell us what you think ...'
A small smile played on John Humphrys' face as he said it, clearly happier beside his BBC camera than where I "