Caterham weekend 4 June The 270R drivers were impressive in the quality of their driving . . . It was an entertaining race with some exciting close action.
Brands Hatch, 4 June
It is hard to imagine one motor race having such a big impact on the public. The Jaguar victories at Le Mans were reported in all the papers and there were even comments in the Commons I’m told, but Moss’
The big battle in grand prix motor racing in the late 1930s was between Auto Union and Mercedes. The latter were the first racing team to have dedicated car transporters, complete with workshops, tools and spares. A place for everything,
WARNING: very little smut There is much advice on the internet about how you should go about buying a second hand car. Much of it is well intentioned, but there are simple steps you can take to ensure you do
Sometimes an advert changes a genre forever, and this certainly goes for Mercedes-Benz use of the classic Janis Joplin track: “Oh, Lord, won’t you buy me a . . .” The song was the last that she recorded, the session
I saw this Shorland, based on a 1974 109″ Land Rover Mk III at the Amberleigh Classic Land Rover show in late 2017. A couple of weeks later whilst walking through Burgess Hill centre, there is was again. It has,
Chalk and . . . chalk? A shorter article similar to this was first published in the Mercedes-Benz Club magazine. Sports cars are the great joy of motoring. I’ve owned an MGTC, an MGB, the vastly underrated Ginetta G32 and,