“Even with two-wheel drive it’ll go most places a Defender will and on gravel it’s already gone faster than a Group N rally car…”
Our road car editor finds himself enamoured with a vehicle he expected to hate
Having driven Ginetta’s LMP3 machine for the magazine, Frankel’s convinced it’s the best way to go for those entering sports car racing
Sean had a torrid time at the 2015 Spa 24 Hours, but father Tom loved every minute of it 34 years ago.
After only four years as a full-time road car manufacturer, McLaren has built a supercar it can truly be proud of
Recapturing what made the original such a favourite 25 years ago
Could a link-up with Red Bull and Mercedes be on the cards? If so, it’ll surely be better-timed than Aston’s original effort…
After 22 years, Goodwood can still produce sights and sounds to blow you away
Can Chris Evans save one of the world’s most popular TV shows, or was it all about Clarkson, Hammond and May?
Which manufacturer had the better Le Mans? The answer’s not as clear-cut as the race results suggest
Ferrari’s new car is a triumph, but what’s round the corner might be more exciting
The driving test’s been around a long time, but is it fit for purpose?
Driving the new GT3 RS: exciting but secure up to 9/10ths, immensely rewarding when pushed harder
What was once a gentle country drive has returned somewhat to its hair-raising roots
Why so many cars with massive potential fail to live up to the hype in Britain
Which of the world’s leaders have harboured a passion for the four-wheeled?
With both Jaguar and Porsche offering manual transmissions are we seeing a return of drivers’ cars?
AMG’s Tobias Moers wants to know what you think about entering the GT4 category