We are finally nearing a close on the winter months, with the summer looking more and more desirable by the day. Yearning for sun, blue skies and winding roads to break onto. With the warmer months soon to descend, car events are going to be the main focus for many; March to July will see a fully booked calendar for many like-minded car enthusiasts. We run through our top events set for 2017…it’s going to be a busy summer!. Continue reading
When the original three departed from the BBC stage of top gear, the motoring world was up in arms about who could possibly replace the dynamic trio. The sheer rudeness, yet endearing nature of Clarkson, the wit and hilarity of May and the constant interjections from Hammond were to be sorely missed by millions of viewers. Continue reading
This weekend, the motoring equivalent of London Fashion Week took place. Beautiful things were paraded around and we all had a good perve. A lucky few actually got to take a ride in something. Continue reading
When you can’t appreciate a great piece of asphalt, there’s really not much point being on the road.
Perhaps you take the long road to the supermarket to enjoy a really good stretch? Or maybe you’ve taken your other half on a romantic break purely because you know the roads are amazing in that part of the world. Continue reading
As much as we love motorsport, we can’t help feeling it is elitist. A 2009 Astra just doesn’t have the same heritage as McLaren and track days tend to cost a fortune.
That’s why the Fast Show’s ‘Run What Ya Brung’ is one of the most exciting events on the motoring calendar. It’s a celebration of the big, the bold and the ambitious – whether you’re coveting a powerful beemer or a smaller car you’ve modified yourself. Continue reading
When we first read all about this year’s Luxury Motor Show, we were consumed with one overriding feeling; now that’s a way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Continue reading
It was a special moment when 007 pulled that gleaming DB5 out of a hidden London garage in Skyfall. For once, it wasn’t a service issue super car; it was Mr Bond’s personal possession, a car so beautiful, so timeless and so sophisticated that the man himself chose it as his own. Now that was rather appealing. Continue reading
As the NEC Classic Motor Show draws near and petrol-heads around the country hunt out their chamois leathers, we’re getting rather nostalgic about the motors we’ve loved and lost from previous years. So, in celebration of our Classic Motor Show competition (that’s right, we’ve got two weekend tickets to give to you good people!), we’re celebrating our absolute favourites from previous years. Continue reading