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 "
A few years ago we had the pleasure of meeting legendary Jaguar development engineer Norman Dewis. This is the man responsible for the shakedown of many of the most incredible British cars ever made - and some of the out "
Mexican artist Damian Ortega likes to take things apart and then (almost) piece them together again.
In his most celebrated work, 2002's Cosmic Thing, he disassembled a Volkswagen Beetle and re-composed it piece by piece, suspended from wire in mid-air.
"When the British car industry does well, so does Jaguar.
Both are doing well right now: UK car exports are at record levels, and since the financial crisis eased the Jaguar-Land Rover group has posted a series of billion-pound profits "
images via Le Container
We were taken aback by these beautiful images of a very special E-Type 'lowdrag', one of the few examples of a factory original to be designed and built between 1961 and 1966 out of Jaguar's near mythic Browns "
"At this week's Frankfurt motor show Jaguar will show the C-X17 concept. It is a small, 'cross-over' SUV, the kind of car Jaguar might not have envisaged itself building, but exactly the kind of car the world wants, especially with "
If you were lucky enough to find yourself at Clerkenwell Design Week recently, you would have been treated to a delicious display of the celebrated new design ethos of Jaguar. The centrepiece of the show was the one-off C-X75 concept "
"The Porsche 911 tale began with the 901 back in 1963. It was created by Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche, grandson of the legendary Volkswagen Beetle designer, Ferdinand Porsche.
The replacement for the Porsche 356 was all set to be retailed as the 901, as that’s "
"It’s early spring in the East End of London. Gemma Harrison kicks the starter on her Triumph custom. At her side Namin Cho and Mai Storni, who give their own engines a chest rattling roar before tearing off towards "
"Our FOCUS for this edition is Pedro Dermaux
After finding very few pictures online of the race team he managed, Pedro Dermaux decided to give photography a go himself.
Influx: How did you get into photography?
Pedro Dermaux: "It all "
"'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 "