"Ok, so we know the mainstream bike industry have been co-opting the custom scene for years now.
Our Gary Inman, valued contrib, Sideburn supremo and Dirt Quake impresario, pointed out as much in our recent feature thread on the custom "
pics courtesy RM auctions
Steve McQueen’s 1970 911S, the one featured in his 1971 film Le Mans, is set to be auctioned by RM at Pebble Beach this August.
Apparently McQueen used the car as his personal vehicle "
There's something extremely decadent about living with your motor. And when that motor is a steel grey Ferrari 512 BB, then not only is the decadence justified - it's also delicious.
Imagine taking that young lady circa 1985, back to the pad "
We've never understood why it's so important for Ferraris to be red. Always struck us as a little silly to spend hundreds of thousand of pounds on something a whole bunch of other people have got. And "
"In the mid-'90s Lotus launched a car that turned the company around.
A modestly-powered K-series sat behind the driver's seat in a sub-tonne sports car, with a manual ‘box and rear wheel drive, all supported by a sublime aluminium "
Stumbled across this very beautiful video below recently of the Lotus Esprit (first version).
Made us reassess the beauty of the most extreme British- made Wedge ever designed. Made us think that it would be very, very pleasant to own "
"On May 29 The Goob is due to hit cinemas.
What is the Goob? Not sure. We haven't seen the film yet.
But director Guy Myhill has assembled a cast of little known, striking looking actors and has focussed on our "
"If you apply the ‘difficult’ third album theory to cars – then Ford faced a massive challenge when making the third generation Fiesta ST.
As in, how exactly do you follow up a hot hatch that was brilliant at everything?
"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 "