We're suckers for onboard footage. And if this footage is from the days before modern tech took all the fun out of it, then so much more the better. We reckon this sort of juddery, intense photography comes closer to "
Fresh in from the Salt Flats at Bonneville Utah comes this staggering piece of footage of the new Land Speed Record for two wheelers of 367.382 mph.
Pilot Chris Carr and the BUB Racing team took their Streamliner Seven to the "
Some truly amazing footage here from a documentary focusing on the 1954 24 Heures Du Mans.
It's all pretty gripping but highlight for me is right at the start when the Jaguar team emerge from the Browns Lane plant with those immaculate "
This weekend at Silverstone there's an opportunity to check out some full blooded sportscar action. The Le Mans series is an evocative formula: an opportunity to get familiar with real endurance racing in advance of that inevitable pilgrimage to Circuit "
"It's been a while since we posted any onboard action. But I think you'll find this is a goody.
It's great to see spectators eye followed by driver's perspective - and the hill climb context makes it all the more "
We're loving this onboard from Joey Dunlop around the Isle of Man in 1983. But as well as the always amazing images of Joey 'keeping it lit and between the hedges', here is the brilliantly cool, calm and understated Ulster tones "
"I’ll be totally honest and say that I didn’t know much about bubblecars before making this film.
In fact, all I really knew was that they were something to with Messerschmitt the plane people, and possibly didn’t "
"There are famous explorers and adventurers we have all heard of, and we know their conquests and trips. Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Sir Edmund Hillary and Sir Michael Palin to name some, and when asked about their exploits and why they "
"When you think of famous Premier League footballers and their treasure trove of fast and rare cars you don’t tend to think the vehicles they cherish the most might actually be… erm, the humble minivan.
But that’s the "
"We’ve often thought about it – what would happen if you just never sold your car?
The answer is predictable of course; it would become part of your life, your identity. You. But could you really keep a ‘machine’ "