Autonomous car tech makes it harder to drive, not easier

Autonomous cars sound like they take the pressure off drivers, but is that really the case?

by Nigel Donnelly
30 July 2015
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Is London's supercar crackdown a good idea?

Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council's plan to fine noisy car drivers could lead to some car brands being targeted by Police

by Darren Moss
29 July 2015
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What car is best for the armed forces?

If the Ministry of Defence is splashing out on runabouts, here’s what we recommend

by James Ruppert
29 July 2015
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Lt Cdr Chris Götke suffered engine failure in Sea Fury VX281 during an air display. He managed to get the plane back to earth with minimal damage

A Ferrari FF, a Hawker Sea Fury and a decorated pilot

A weekend in a Ferrari is a huge treat, but it's not quite up there with your childhood dreams

by Hilton Holloway
27 July 2015
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A weather beaten Brands Hatch on Sunday

In praise of Britain’s motorsport marshals, and Brands Hatch

A soggy day at Brands Hatch lifts the spirits - and highlights the work of some unsung heroes

by Jim Holder
27 July 2015
Motorsport

Sir Malcolm Campbell's Bluebird runs again on Pendine Sands

To celebrate 90 years since Sir Malcolm Campbell set his infamous Land Speed Record, Don Wales repeated the feat on Pendine Sands

by Steve Cropley
22 July 2015
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The fast French connection

Renaultsport hot hatches are not only a hoot to drive but can also be exceptional value

by James Ruppert
22 July 2015
New cars

Why Mini is pushing upmarket

Mini's new premium image is less about refreshing the brand and more about turning a higher profit on each car

by Hilton Holloway
19 July 2015
Industry

If part-worn tyres were called 'part-safe', would they still be as popular?

The results of a recent Tyresafe survey suggests there are a lot of dangerous, part-worn tyres fitted to UK cars

by Nigel Donnelly
15 July 2015
Industry

Throwing fuel on the fire in the petrol versus diesel debate

The petrol versus diesel debate doesn’t only apply to new cars - and when buying used it's wiser to choose petrol

by James Ruppert
15 July 2015
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