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Nerves and speed in Barcelona F1

MCLAREN has endured a nightmare start to the Formula One pre-season. Engine problems forced two stoppages on the last of Barcelona trials, an enormous embarrassment with the new MCL 32 under intense scrutiny. That Honda supplied the engines will come as little surprise to fans, who have watched McLaren’s shaky…

Subaru Outback test drive

The Subaru Outback is a formidable off-roader which is also very good to drive on the tarmac, making it ideal for those whose lifestyle mixes urban and rural activities. It is quite refined to drive, is well equipped, looks smart and classy and Subaru has an excellent reputation for reliability…

Vintage velocity at Race Retro

ONE of Britain’s best auctions took place over the weekend from February 24-26 and, as always, didn’t disappoint with the motoring gems on display. The Race Retro historic motorsport show is in its 14th year and boasted its most fantastic ever collection of racing, rallying, touring, vintage, retro and marquee…

Hyundai Tucson Premium SE

COMPACT SUV models currently enjoy enormous popularity, with a wealth of competitors vying for customers in one of the most active sectors of the UK car market. Kia Sportage, Renault Kadjar, SEAT Ateca, Ford Kuga, Nissan Qashqai, VW Tiguan and Peugeot 3008 are among formidable rivals that the latest Hyundai…

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Rare breed hits auction

A FORD GT once owned by Jenson Button is going on sale at an auction where it is expected to fetch more than €300,000. Built in 2005 the VIP Ford boasts a hand-crafted 550bhp V8 engine with a quad camera and six-speed manual transmission. It can easily hit 200mph plus…

May’s allergy to leather

TOP GEAR and Grand Tour star James May is selling his classic Rolls-Royce after discovering that he’s allergic to its leather seats. May admitted that his 1972 Corniche had made him itchy after a spin for years, forcing him to conclude his drive with a ‘very thorough’ shower. The 54-year-old…

Volvo volunteers

BEING a crash test dummie may well be more appealing than commuting into London each day. Which is why Volvo is recruiting British volunteers to test drive its new autonomous 4x4. The trial is targeting busy professionals who drive into west London but would rather while away the hours working…

Retro Malaga classic car event a triumph

THE fourth annual Retro Malaga event was a huge success, with over 22,000 classic car enthusiasts visiting the Palacio de Ferias in Malaga City. Perhaps the most striking difference to previous years was the diversity and quality of models on display, with particularly impressive displays, with more than 50 Porsches…

Countdown to Geneva

THE Geneva Motor Show may still be a few months away but several big-hitters have already come forward to stake their claim to motoring dominance. McLaren, Ferrari and even a Singapore outfit have put their cards on the table, ready to showcase their next generation masterpieces. British manufacturer McLaren will…

Farewell to the underdog

ZENOS Cars, the Norfolk-based sports car firm much-loved for its affordable lightweight lineup, has gone into administration. The British car maker had recently produced its 100th vehicle, but a series of cancelled export orders proved too much for the small yet intimate company to handle. Founded in 2012 by two…

British car award winners 2017

THE UK Car of the Year awards are almost in, with winners just announced in every category and the overall winner to be declared in February. Decided by 27 top British motoring journalists, the awards give a valuable industry insight into what’s hot and what’s not. Best luxury car was…

Second fastest production car the Faraday Future officially launched

BILLED as a ‘new species’ of car, Faraday Future officially launched their new electric sedan which goes faster than a Ferrari and is capable of learning. The FF 91 debuted in Las Vegas, will be on the roads in 2018 and can hit 60mph from a dead stop in just…

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