How to avoid trouble on the road
Anticlimax at Goodwood
Old and slow vs new and fast
Pirelli at the SnowDome
What does Google’s autonomous car mean for those of us that use the roads every day?
Let loose around Fiorano in Ferrari’s new hypercar
The value of official replicas
Behind the scenes at the Crewe plant
Andrew Frankel thinks that the pursuit of ‘hypercar’ performance can be counter-intuitive
The new Renault Twingo is rear-engined, much like city cars of old, but why did we start putting the engine up front?
Andrew Frankel thinks that Lamborghini’s new Huracan could appeal to a different sort of customer than its existing range
Andrew Frankel asks whether BMW has strayed too far from Alec Issigonis’s original concept for the Mini
Andrew Frankel looks at the newly announced David Brown Automotive and what lies ahead for the new company
Andrew Frankel laments the decline of dashboard design over the years
Andrew Frankel on why Jaguar test driver and disc brake developer Norman Dewis deserves to be recognised for his achievements
Ed Foster goes to Southampton University to talk fuel saving and what we can do to help
Andrew Frankel on the difficult balance struck by road testers and how an opinion can’t often be bought
Andrew Frankel thinks Honda is back on the right track with its new Civic Type-R and the planned NSX
As well as writing regular road tests for the magazine and website, Andrew Frankel also writes a weekly feature on the road car industry. Whether the feature is on the future plans of one of the car manufacturers, or an interview with one of the industry’s leading figures, Frankel’s words are guaranteed to keep you up to date with the news and opinion that matters.