Look no further we have searched the automotive section of the podcasts available and whittled down the selection to just five! read more>>
Our middle-aged learner biker is back with another tale from the road. How is he getting on on since passing his test? read more>>
Interview with Professor Gordon Murray CBE on his new 725bhp T.50s track day special supercar, plus what to expect next from Gordon Murray Automotive, and more.
While the engine strip-down went better than expected, the bodywork on the Zag is a lot worse than expected, this is going to be expensive to fix..
In this next instalment of Ask An Expert, we answer Sean Walton’s question regarding petrol consumption for classics after the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles. read more>>
Footman James and rapid-payout insurance company FloodFlash have teamed up to raise awareness about commercial flood risk. We discuss fourive facts that the risk of flooding poses in the UK, and what you can do about them. read more>>
The Automotive Careers Expo has expanded to run alongside the British Motor Show with a focus on growth, diversity and regeneration of the industry. read more>>
Norton Motorcycles are soon to be moving to their new state-of-the-art headquarters in Solihull, West Midlands. read more>>
Hanan Mazouzi Sobati is the woman responsible for establishing the world’s first all-female supercar club: Arabian Gazelles. read more>>
Renault has announced the return of its legendary 5. Faithful to its supermini origins, the next generation model is to be the all-electric city car demanded by the green streets of 2021. As the internet sizzles over renders of an Alpine version, we take a look back at the go-faster original. read more>>
Whenever classic bike fans get together, online or face to face, the conversation invariably drifts round to what the future holds. The pessimists predict the collapse of the classic movement, while the optimists insist ways will still be found to keep our hobby alive, even thriving. So who is right? What will the future bring? read more>>
A stunning 4.2 litre V8 2005 Maserati Quattroporte lucky enough to have been first owned by Sir Elton John, CBE, will be auctioned online by The Market on the 18th – 25th February. read more>>
Volkswagen have launched the Motorhome qualification scheme to provide peace of mind to customers buying VW campervan conversions. read more>>
Rugged looks with beefed-up arches and bumpers, headlight protectors and room for all the family to enjoy the appearance of an off-roader with front-wheel drive purchase and running costs. The year is 1977 and the trendsetter is the Matra Rancho. read more>>
The 2021 Bentley Bentayga V8 has 542bhp and a top speed of 180mph but could it be used around the farm? Found out here!
Footman James are delighted to congratulate the British Motor Museum on winning Collection of the Year honours at the Royal Automobile Club’s Historic Awards for 2020. view>>
This Lancia Fulvia Sport (Zagato) 1600 means a lot to me because this very car first sparked my interest in cars way back in 1973 when, coming home from school one day, I spotted it parked outside my parents house.
The Audi Quattro and Lancia Delta Integrale are roadgoing all-wheel drive rally cars that have already established their classic status. The next emerging, turbocharged cab off the classic rank is surely the Subaru Impreza. read more>>
With snow throughout the country, we thought we would offer 10 general things to check if you’re thinking of driving, or need to, during adverse weather. read more>>
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