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
Anything goes
Jaguar Land Rover is looking for more overseas production facilities as it expands its model range

Dzień Dobry! Is Jaguar Land Rover heading for Poland?

While JLR remains tight-lipped, there's a public scrap going on to convince the British to invest in eastern Europe

by Hilton Holloway
14 July 2015
Industry

Radical SR1 Cup race diary: progress is made at Snetterton

A trip to Norfolk produces some of the closest racing of the season so far, as patterns start to emerge

by Mark Tisshaw
13 July 2015
Motorsport
Radical SR1 Cup

Radical SR1 Cup race diary: the video camera never lies

Our budding racer has moved on to Snetterton, where his Radical’s onboard camera is helping to improve his pace

by Mark Tisshaw
10 July 2015
Motorsport
This tunnel - designed for London's 1990's WEIR - is all that remains of what was intended to be the 'biggest road-building scheme since the Romans'

Will the Budget mean 'roads for prosperity'?

No rise in fuel duty but a major rejigging of VED and a promise to spend all the income on new road building by the end of the decade

by Hilton Holloway
8 July 2015
Anything goes

Don't let a recall put you off

If you believe the newspapers, a recall is the kiss of death. Not so, says an unfazed James Ruppert

by James Ruppert
8 July 2015
Anything goes

Used Jaguar | Life with a £500 luxury barge - part eight

Promised cosmetic work has been put on hold while more pressing matters are seen to. Okay, it won't start…

by Rory White
6 July 2015
Anything goes

Aston Martin, F1, Red Bull and Mercedes – why we put them together

How the story of Aston Martin, Mercedes and Red Bull developed over the British Grand Prix weekend

by Jim Holder
6 July 2015
Motorsport
Renault Formula 1
Renault supplies Formula 1 engines to Red Bull and Toro Rosso (pictured)

Renault is at a crossroads in Formula 1

The French manufacturer is under the cosh in grand prix racing, and trying to decide whether to ramp up its involvement or to withdraw completely

by Matt Burt
3 July 2015
F1 2015

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