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The Geneva Motor Show 2012 is in full swing and motoring journalists all over Europe have been poring over the latest metal from automotive manufacturers the world over. The show is an opportunity to show off the hottest new product, … Continue reading
I came to the realisation earlier that I am possibly more fascinated with new, frugal engine technology than I am by big horse power claims and 0-60 times. Can this be true?! Is it just a sign of the times … Continue reading
Later this year Toyota releases the much anticipated and critically acclaimed GT86 sports car (alongside Subaru’s BRZ), the fruits of a joint project between Subaru and Toyota to create an affordable, back-to-basics sports car. I take a look at the … Continue reading
Audi’s diminutive A1 has grown some balls. Big, V6 driven, Quattro engineered balls that will ensure this aggressive little upstart will even give its biggest of big brothers, the R8, a run for its money. The Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro … Continue reading
I would suppose that the holy grail for journalists has to be an objective view of whatever it is their journalistic skills may be deployed to report. But is it actually possible to be completely objective? Clearly not, for we … Continue reading
I know, I’ve been a bit slack of late (aside from a quite frankly pants article about Prince Charles’ Aston, which I hurriedly wrote while suffering from a heavy cold in an unforgivable attempt to divert attention to my blog … Continue reading