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Moving music

Written by | Posted on 15.01.2016

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.

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.

The future of transportation, South Park style

Written by | Posted on 21.11.2014

Until one technology emerges triumphant, as fossil-fuelled cars did in the Twentieth Century, the future of transportation will resemble a scene from South Park's wacky race.

Lincoln’s back in fashion

Written by | Posted on 10.11.2014

The Lincoln is back in fashion - thanks to Matthew McConaughey, not Daniel Day-Lewis.

The Stig’s Top Ten Driving Songs [Guest blog]

Written by | Posted on 07.11.2014

Ben Collins, who spent eight years as The Stig, reveals his Top Ten Driving songs

How to drive [Guest blog]

Written by | Posted on 04.11.2014

Ben Collins formely 'The Stig' offers advice on becoming a better, safer, driver.

Clown Cars

Written by | Posted on 03.10.2014

How many clowns can you fit into a clown car? As always, when it comes to alphanumeric questions, I like to turn to Sesame Street for answers.

The real mystery of TV Cop shows [Guest Blog]

Written by | Posted on 02.10.2014

The real mystery of TV cop shows : why do they all drive such great cars? Guest blog from Fleet Street Journalist Nigel Pauley.

Bond in Motion Review

Written by | Posted on 26.09.2014

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

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