Peugeot 3008

Opinion: what should have won Car of the Year...

Peugeot's 3008 is Car of the Year for 2017, but it's not Matt Prior's first choice...

by Matt Prior
24 March 2017
Industry
Toyota GT86
Driving in the rain needn't be scary - even in something as agile as a Toyota GT86

Opinion: Track days – why you shouldn’t let rain spoil the fun

Driving in the rain can be intimidating, but some would argue it’s one of the best times to venture out on a track

by Sam Sheehan
23 March 2017
Motoring
McLaren 720S Velocity
McLaren 720S Velocity

Comment: why McLaren Special Operations is important for the firm

To maintain as personal a relationship as possible with its customers, MSO is growing in significance within McLaren

by Mark Tisshaw
22 March 2017
New cars
Comment: The TVR is finally here (sort of)

The TVR is finally here (sort of)

We may have to wait until 2019 for its release, but at least we know something

by Steve Cropley
18 March 2017
New cars

What does it take to be a racing driver?

Matt Prior ponders how to close a deficit of two seconds per lap

by Matt Prior
17 March 2017
Industry
McLaren’s Formula 1 troubles are bad for everyone

McLaren’s Formula 1 troubles are bad for everyone

We’re all being denied the chance to see Fernando Alonso battle wheel-to-wheel with Lewis Hamilton

by Sam Sheehan
16 March 2017
F1 2017
2016 BTCC Silverstone

This could be the BTCC’s greatest season in years

New tyres, more manufacturers and five talented rookies have set the scene for an unpredictable year

by Sam Sheehan
16 March 2017
Motorsport
Do not use the McLaren 720S configurator

Comment: Do not use the McLaren 720S configurator

Beware – free time will be lost making your dream version of McLaren’s 650S replacement

by Sam Sheehan
15 March 2017
New cars
Shiro Nakamura

Comment: why Shiro Nakamura leaves Nissan as a legend

A final interview with the design chief reveals exciting plans for Nissan's future, built on a successful business model he helped to create

by Mark Tisshaw
14 March 2017
Industry
Male-dominated line-up at the Volkswagen Group conference

Opinion: If Volkswagen wants to reinvent itself, why are nine out of 10 board members middle-aged men?

A call to be more diverse is applaudable, but right now Volkswagen has fundamental shortcomings on gender, age, nationality and ethnic diversity on its board

by Jim Holder
14 March 2017
Industry

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