Jaguar will show a unique version of its F-TYPE convertible at Goodwood this weekend, which will be driven up the hill by Chief Engineer,…
The ‘Uhlenhaut Coupé holds a special place in Mercedes-Benz’s motor sport history. It’s one of two examples made for the 1956 season, however they…
There was a time when owning a Volvo was considered cool – the year was 1994 and Volvo had teamed up with Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) to contest the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC).
To help raise the brand’s profile, Volvo originally chose the 850 Estate, which they reasoned would generate the most media exposure.
There are few sights as mesmerising as a convoy of iconic supercars growling their way through the streets of London. Thousands of horses straining to be unleashed, clutches smouldering in frustrated anticipation; “look” I heard a young boy shout excitedly to his father, “an Enzo”.
Motor Sport magazine is offering its subscribers the chance to win 1 of 5 pairs of tickets to the Hall of Fame 2011, held at the Round House in London on Tuesday 15 February. Celebrating and honouring the achievements of motor racing’s greatest luminaries, the event brings together a host of personalities from the sport.
A car collection that spans over 100 years of automotive history ranging from a Ferrari 250 GTO to a Porsche 962, a glowing front…
Last Sunday we made the short trip over to Reims in Northern France for the 4th L’Excellence De Reims auto show, a sort of mini-Goodwood hosted at the old GP circuit made famous by Fangio and Hawthorn in the ‘50s.
Sir Stirling Moss acquires 7 figure Porsche RS 61 Spyder at auction.
The three-times world champion leads the pack in a unique poll voted upon by fellow F1 drivers.
This remarkable car is the SLR Stirling Moss. Inspired by the Mercedes 300SLR that the legendary British racer drove to victory in the 1955 Mille Miglia road race, the SLR Stirling Moss is a spectacular swansong for the McLaren-built Mercedes supercar.