Then please don’t. This is essentially a holding page for old content. Nobody comes here to look for car news. Nobody. You will look like a complete moron if you send me an email implying that anyone does or would.
One of my favourite elements of Flickr is the ‘Favourites’ feature on an individual’s profile. This is not favourite shots from your own portfolio, but a way of collating photos you admire from other users; something to pass on to others as a recommendation, or open up in your spare time as inspiration.
OK, this one’s probably going to prove the most controversial. If you’re a Ferrari connoisseur who’s stumbled across this blog, then you’re probably best hitting the ‘Back’ button before we go any further. The rest of you: bear with me.
“I’m not sure how many cars have essentially retained their list price eight years after launch, but the Carrera GT is one of them.”
If you’re in the motor trade and haven’t heard, Car Dealer Magazine’s ‘Bangers4BEN’ rally has been renamed. The Big BEN Rally will incorporate a near-1,300-mile round trip to Barcelona and back, from 13 – 16 October this year.
“Many have tried to make a good car-based cake, and almost all have failed (Google “lamborghini murcielago cake” for some of the worst offenders).”
“Heaven only knows how this car got into the Thames in the first place, but the Port of London Authority certainly seems to have an interesting technique for getting it out.”
“Yes, it’s back for 2012. The Autocar-Courland Next Generation Award is now open for entries, seeking ambitious university students who could be the next top talent in the automotive industry.”
Last night whilst doing some research into European driving standards and statistics, I came across this simple but informative graphic showing the various maximum speed limits in place across motorways/freeways in European countries. It’s not new information, but it is a reminder of both the divergence across the continent, as well as the difference between the …
Aston Martins steal the show It was some four weeks ago that I popped over to Battersea Park for my annual pilgrimage to RM Auctions’ London sale. I say “annual” – 2010 was the company’s fourth year in the capital, but it’s already made quite an impression. For its inaugural London sale in 2007, Rob …