When it comes to performance sports cars and race cars, there must ultimately be a place for them to race on. Putting the man and machine through its paces, pushing the edges of the technological envelope and enduring the robust durability that each can withstand. So below is a list of the Top 10 best […]Read More Top 10 Tuesday: The Top 10 Best Race Tracks in the World
BMW’s M Division launched back in the early 1970s to bring the brand’s iconic motorsport race cars to the road, to allow the average Joe to experience what it’s like to be sitting behind the wheel of one of the world’s best handling and performing vehicles in the world. This statement requires no debate; its […]Read More Top 10 Tuesday: Top 10 BMW M Cars
We all know that any true car fan will always have a soft spot for Alfa Romeo’s, they’re cars that acquire a certain clientele, a certain niche but most of all they are bought by people who buy with their heart and not their mind. We proved at how superior the standard Giulia QV is […]Read More Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm: History Reborn.
Audi’s RS Sport division has always had a humbling history, that originates back to the almighty Audi RS2 that took the world by storm. Ever since Audi’s mighty RS6, their flagship family estate car has always provided the petrol-headed family man with access to both supercar performance and family practicality. The last generation RS6 was […]Read More Audi’s Monster RS6 Avant is back
BMW’s recent range has sparked a sort of marmite debate, you either love it or you hate it, let me put it into perspective for you. The new grille design makes the front of the BMW range look like a boar or one of the green pigs from Angry Birds, still, they’ve been bold enough […]Read More The 2020 BMW 1 Series: What Was BMW Thinking?
The world’s mightiest contenders do battle for the undisputed title of the fastest production car ever made in existence, breaking the almighty 300 mph speed barrier. We’ve seen previously the competition between the Bugatti Veyron SuperSport, the Hennessey Venom GT and the Koenigsegg Agera RS. To which the King of the Hill was the Agera […]Read More Battle Royale: Bugatti Chiron, Hennessey Venom F5 and the Devel Sixteen
Bugatti’s history dates all the way back to 1909. A company with a rough past, coming close to bankruptcy and being wiped from existence in the 1950s. To which they carried on manufacturing aeroplane parts and multiple revival attempts within the industry that never took off. Until 1996 when Bugatti launched the brilliant EB110, launched […]Read More Bugatti Chiron: The Legend Reborn
I don’t know when the rich decided that all of a sudden, they all need luxury SUVs to drive about in. I mean let’s be honest, it’s not like they’re going to be doing much off-roading in them anyway? But if there’s a market for it then there’s bound to be a manufacturer to do […]Read More The Rolls Royce Cullinan: An Off-Road Phantom
Lamborghini never really went down the conventional route when producing cars, they were seen as the ultimate pin-up poster brand in any fourteen-year old’s bedroom. Well, it was usually a pin-up photo of a Lamborghini with a sexy model in a bikini standing seductively next to it, but we’ll gloss over that one, shall we? […]Read More The Lamborghini Urus: World’s First Super Sports Utility Vehicle
Between you and me, I was not expecting to find something interesting to write about the Royal Wedding that happened the other day. Though it turns out that something interesting had grasped my interest, a unique car that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle used to drive to the reception in. In case some of you […]Read More The Royal Wedding: A Car that Suits the Newlyweds