It’s car launch season and no matter how many or few changes there are to the cars, I always find this exciting. The pictures below give you an idea of what the grid is going to look like in 2015 and it’s going to be colourful.
I’ve been ready for a new car for the last year and I was well aware that when the time came to hand over the Punto in part-exchange for something racier, it’d be hard.
Dodge celebrated its 100th birthday recently. Over this period Dodge has changed a lot. Check out the history of the car company here.
During the Autosport Show weekend, I had the chance to have a good play with a new Vauxhall Corsa.
People who don’t indicate is top of the list. Is it really that hard? I don’t understand. Watch the video, relate to me and give me your thoughts.
Equipped with a 314PS 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine or a 418PS 5.0-litre V8 engine, the new Ford Mustang fastback and convertible models are available to order from £28,995.
I went from someone who hated driving, to someone who loves it, here are some tips to enjoying yourself on the road.
My unwavering love for Škoda finds itself once again justified on the most official of levels; this year’s third generation Fabia has scooped up the prestigious What Car? Car of The Year 2015 award. Alongside that it earned the Best Small Car title, while the Octavia has been named Best Family Car.
The Autosport International Show was, like last year, an exercise in completely changing my mind about the car I wanted to buy. The show was full of beautiful cars, exciting racing action, a number of stars and the chance to see Pop Bang Colour at work (again).
In Formula One, the drivers and cars do get a lot of technical attention and even the tyres make the news but I don’t think I have ever had a heated conversation about the fire safety in place in all FIA and MSA motorsport events.