You currently have javascript disabled. This site requires javascript to be enabled. Some functions of the site may not be useable or the site may not look correct until you enable javascript. You can enable javascript by following this tutorial. Once javascript is enabled, this message will be removed.


The Ladybird book of Motorcars

Written by | Posted on 25.12.2014

A nostalgic review of a first edition of The Ladybird Book of Motor Cars.

Fast and Furious – all grown up

Written by | Posted on 28.11.2014

Motoring stunts alone can’t explain the enduring popularity of the Fast and Furious series, which has grossed over $2 billion worldwide over the past thirteen years.

Bond in Motion Review

Written by | Posted on 26.09.2014

A review of the London Film Museum's Bond in Motion exhibition.

70’s Car Movies

Written by | Posted on 05.08.2014

If you’ve seen Easy Rider, you’ll remember the great, big KABOOM that ends the movie. It was, when it was first shown...

Giving up the ghost

Written by | Posted on 07.07.2014

Even if you’ve only come across Ghost Rider in those two crazily awful (and awfully crazy) Nic Cage movies, you probably know...

Time to scrap the hairdresser’s car [Guest blog]

Written by | Posted on 25.06.2014

Feeling envious or threatened by someone else’s motor? Unable to afford it? Resentful of the pleasure and joy it clearly brings them?...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Written by | Posted on 02.06.2014

What’s that monstrosity, you ask? Why, it’s this year’s BMW SUV. Or perhaps you’d prefer Bentley’s version, due in 2016, according to...

Straight Down The Hatch [Guest blog]

Written by | Posted on 14.05.2014

Peugeot 205 GTi Hot. Hatch. In the world of car porn there is no other conjugation that raises the punter’s pulse more...

Ideas above Their Station [Guest Blog]

Written by | Posted on 27.03.2014

Motorway service stations are toilets. And I don’t just mean the reputation they have for being dirty and unappealing places to linger,...

Look sharp! Art Cars

Written by | Posted on 05.03.2014

A few years ago, a friend of mine – the kind of creature who enjoys little more than stripping an engine to...