The recent Forge Action Day at Castle Combe may not have exactly broken its own mould in terms of show content, but when you factor in the impressive mix of track action, cool cars and big aftermarket manufacturers, you could argue that following the old adage of ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,’ was definitely a wise move for the event’s organising team.
While the price of petrol and diesel is currently around 15p a litre cheaper than a year ago, the RAC is reminding motorists that driving in a fuel efficient way can still prove very beneficial for the pocket.
Difficult weather conditions, driving in the dark and driving alone top the list of the main anxieties for new drivers according to research by car insurance specialist, Admiral MultiCar.
With the release of the new ‘65’ number plate today (1 September), motorists looking to buy a car may be considering whether to upgrade to a new model or opt for a second-hand vehicle.
Now In its fifth year, the Forge Action Day at Castle Combe looks set to deliver in 2015 once again with its unique blend of an ‘all inclusive’ entrance policy, chilled vibe and packed track-time itinerary.
Cooling a 135,000bhp, 1,000mph car poses critical challenges for safety and performance that now, just six months ahead of the first run, the Bloodhound team is looking to solve.
Drivers offering lift-shares are only permitted to ask passengers for a contribution towards fuel and other running costs.
Representing the pinnacle of engineering, the three latest and greatest hypercars from Aston Martin, Ferrari and McLaren will be on display at this year’s Salon Prive, as part of the three-day event’s tantalising display of vehicles.
Many motorists up and down the country are guilty of slowing down to ‘rubberneck’ at road traffic accidents, with almost half of Brits (48%) arguing that it is normal to be curious at the scene of a traffic accident, according to new research from Confused.com.
Land Rover’s celebration of 67 years of Series Land Rover and Defender production will continue with a not-to-be-missed spectacle at this year’s Goodwood Revival taking place from the 11 – 13 September 2015.
German car manufacturers top the list of ‘most wanted’ car brands but also feature in the top 10 worst driver list.
Leicestershire based Subaru specialist Roger Clark Motorsport (RCM) recently stunned the automotive world by beating the world’s greatest drivers, teams and cars at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex.
A highlight of the Beaulieu events calendar, Simply Classics & Sports Car, will return on Saturday 22nd August, bringing together a wide variety of pre-1990 classic cars, as well as sports cars of all ages.
Ten of the Best, or ‘TOTB’ as it’s affectionately known, has long been the yardstick by which European tuners have been judged. This year, the outright winner was a fully street legal Nissan GT-R prepared by Gloucestershire super-tuner, Litchfield.
One of things to consider when searching for a new car is whether your new vehicle will be a petrol or diesel model.
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