Peg and the 1914 French Grand Prix Winning Mercedes It is one of life’s joys: finding someone who is a bit special. There she was, this woman in latish middle age, just like you’d see in a library, awaiting Jeffrey
It was my first visit to the Historic Transport Gathering at Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre in October, but it won’t be my last. There was a range of vehicles, including cars from a Benz of 1898 to those of
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,
Road rage and me It would seem that I started an episode of road rage. It developed into dangerous driving at speeds of over 70mph on a public road. I came off the anti-clockwise M25 at junction 8A and was
I wrote for years as a hobby, getting the occasional article published and, somewhat less frequently, paid for as well. I wanted to keep my first cheque but, like most writers, the urge to celebrate a sale was too strong.