Lotus F1 sent test and development driver Marco Sørensen for a joy ride of note when he got to pilot the team’s F1 car in… Read more →
There is already enough annoyance at large SUVs that roam crowded city streets, especially in places such as London. So Brabus’ little PR stunt must… Read more →
The South African racing fraternity was rocked by the deaths of two racers this past weekend.
Cricklewood in north London is the spiritual home of Bentley, but Kimberley in the Nothern Cape played a significant role in the history of this illustrious brand. We took the latest Continental GT to meet the first of its benefactors.
It all started with an internship in London, about eight years ago, at an automotive magazine. What I didn’t expect was that I would be given a test car to take home after only my second day of the internship!
A collection of some of the most newsworthy motor industry developments that took place during the fourth quarter of 2010 and start of 2011.
Exports of built-up vehicles and automotive components from South Africa boomed in 2010, with vehicle exports up an encouraging 36,9 per cent from 174 947… Read more →
South Africa may yet host a grand prix again if a bid to host a Monaco-style street race through the roads to and around Cape Town Stadium curries finds with F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
The improving global economy has had a very positive effect on the export of built-up vehicles from South Africa during the first three quarters of 2010.
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