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Motorsport is generally a pricey hobby, but not if you go hillclimbing
Merc is scaling back after expanding hugely through small cars
Mercedes is making the right moves in trimming its whopping 36 model lines. It's just a shame that the cost is the manual gearbox
Mick Schumacher gifts a helmet of his father’s to Hamilton
After equalling Michael Schumacher's win record with Nürburgring victory, is Lewis Hamilton the greatest ever?
Test included Defender P400
Our man sometimes has his doubts about the utility of his trade, but this week's fare convinces him we have our uses
Alonso has tried all sorts since leaving F1 at 2018’s end
Fernando Alonso is showing the benefits of drivers switching codes
Whizzo Williams never much fancied racing retirement
Hang up your helmet after one F1 title if you like, but our man prefers indomitables like Whizzo Williams
Honda’s involvement in F1 stretches from 1964 to the Red Bulls of today
Engine manufacturer's withdrawal adds to a growing list of concerns over the sport's future
Focus Active was a rescuer whose stay was too brief
Our man enjoyed a whirl in two new Fords and an even better garage
As Toyota brings its World Rally Championship effort in-house, what does the future hold for Tommi?
Yes, they can cut it on the track, but cutting miles is their real strength
The BARC also runs Thruxton, along with Croft and Pembrey
The British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) runs more than 30 of the UK’s best racing series, but for how much longer?
Although there are signs of it showing its age
"It’s not just my name on the side of the truck. I enjoy being involved"