Leicester Forest East Services was something of an architectural novelty in the UK when it was built in the 1960's,
Dashing Grand Prix ace James Hunt was the perfect – or maybe imperfect – sporting icon of the 1970s. Before him, sporting...
So things not going well for Mr Evans. Or are they? There is a school of thought that all these ‘doom and gloom’ leaks about Top Gear are a kind of clever reverse-psychology aimed at lowering expectations. In which case, it is working a treat.
In-car CD players used to be the very height of sophistication and desirability, but more and more aftermarket stereo head units have begun to appear without that slot. The car CD player is on its final track.
A look back to the days when driving was a pleasure - when we used to enjoy ‘just going for a drive’ on a Sunday afternoon.
Top Gear fans aren’t sure if they are seeing double – or merely suffering from a severe case of Stig-matism.
Guest blog by film critic, novelist and photographer Anne Billson on the top 15 movie car chases.
Top Gear: Evans takes the crown but will old king Clarkson strike back?
Let’s play a little game of word association. I say ‘road movie,’ and you think… what? Easy Rider? Two-Lane Blacktop? Vanishing Point?
For the most part, motorway services combine the ambience of 1970s municipal bus station lavatories with the prices of the Champs Elysée's Georges V hotel.