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May 2015

May 2015

Who loves Formula One … show of hands? Mine’s up and I’m guessing so are quite a few around South Africa. Perhaps they don’t number… Read more →

April 2015

April 2015

Timeshare is making a comeback. And I’m not talking about three weeks every year in a self-catering apartment “just outside Umhlanga”, but cars. People are… Read more →

The March 2015 Issue

March 2015

The guys behind me seem friendly enough. Bump into them anywhere and they will strike you as normal, cheery, polite and helpful. Pillars of society…. Read more →

February 2015

February 2015

You get Leafs, and you get leaves. One of them I propose to turn over in 2015, and the other is part of a special… Read more →

January 2015

January 2015

We’re professional journalists. Most of the time. For 47 weeks of the year we drive a variety of new cars, scrutinising their abilities and reporting… Read more →

December 2014 Issue

December 2014

Four hundred and forty thousand. That, roughly, is how many new passenger cars were sold in South Africa this year. That’s a lot of cars,… Read more →

October 2014 Issue

October 2014

Classic cars are rubbish. Fans of older vehicles might be a little wide-eyed at this point, but let me qualify that incendiary statement. “Classic-car lover”… Read more →

September 2014 Issue

September 2014

Driving a car used to be really easy. You got in, put the key in the ignition, turned it and off you went. Not any… Read more →

The August 2014 Issue of CAR magazine

August 2014

Thomas Magnum. He was a guy who had it all figured out. Hawaiian shirt, moustache, baseball cap and… a red Ferrari. To a teenage boy… Read more →