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Rolls-Royce reveals transformation of Wildlife Garden

Occupying a small, secluded area just inside the main gates at Goodwood, the Wildlife Garden supports a wide variety of plants, insects, birds and animals native to the South of England. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has celebrated the completion of its project to update the Wildlife Garden at the Home of Rolls-Royce...

Buyers Guide: Peugeot 205 GTI

A legend amongst hot hatchbacks, it’s no wonder the Peugeot 205 GTI has topped so many of those ‘best ever’ polls. The Gerard Welter-penned styling still looks fresh almost forty years after the hugely entertaining Peugeot 205 GTI made its debut, those first models powered by a 1.6-litre engine developing...

Alfa Romeo launches the first episode of ‘Beyond the Visible’

The first episode of ‘Beyond the Visible’, the new docuseries that takes the public behind-the-scenes of Alfa Romeo’s F1 Team ORLEN, is now live. For the first time ever, F1 enthusiasts and newcomers can discover the adrenaline-fuelled daily routine of over 500 Alfa Romeo experts who work tirelessly to excel...

Classic Driving Tours purchased by Bespoke Rallies

Already one of the world’s leading organisers of international classic car rallies, Bespoke Rallies has now considerably expanded its portfolio by the acquisition of its established Australian counterpart, Classic Driving Tours. Bespoke Rallies is renowned for its mould-breaking international classic car rallies, but the recent Imperial Rally was ambitious even by...

Mercedes Benz 300SLR Uhlenhaut coupe – record breaking, but is it art?

Motoring TV presenter and journalist Alex Riley gives us his thoughts on what constitutes Art, and whether a car can be considered as creatively worthy of the title as a painting or sculpture... Imagine if the Queen decided to sell one of her crowns.  Or the Louvre got rid of...

Me and My Car: Niamh Smith and her Ford Fairlane

Inspired by pioneering women of speed, Niamh Smith has hopped-up her sixties Ford Fairlane so that she can fly down the drag strip, but getting it ready for lift off was far from plain sailing. Here, she tells Charlotte Vowden why it was worth it. Plucked from the production line...

Me and My Car: Manson Cheung and his DeLorean

Great Scott! Not only does Manson Cheung own a gull-winged car just like Doc Brown’s iconic time machine, he’s responsible for designing the Hot Wheels version too. Here, he tells Charlotte Vowden how he made two DeLorean dreams come true. In the early hours of October 26 1985 a delighted...

Segrave Trophy presented to Pikes Peak winner Robin Shute

The Royal Automobile Club has presented the prestigious Segrave Trophy to hillclimb racer Robin Shute for being the first and only British driver to have claimed overall victory at Pikes Peak. The Nominations Committee had chosen Shute to be the latest recipient of the Segrave Trophy – which is awarded...

Me and My Car: Terry Newton and his Ford Focus

Turn up, and burn up: Terry Newton tells Charlotte Vowden why he chose a mass market, everyday underdog to go drag racing. Henry Ford built his first experimental car in a workshop behind his home in Detroit in 1896 and over one hundred years later, Brit-born motoring maverick Terry has...

Healey By Caton – Not a Restomod?

With so many Restomods entering the market motoring TV presenter and journalist Alex Riley, explains why Caton have got it right with the Healey… Every Tom Dick or Harry seems to be chopping cars about and doing 'Restomods' these days.  The best ones really amplify the spirit of the original...
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