The back-to-basics roadster with a hi-tech heart, the Honda S2000 remains the driving enthusiasts’ choice.
The original E30 M3 is a modern classic that retains much of the charm that made it so special in its day.
The Dino 206/246 has long been considered a true Ferrari and a very desirable classic, but things were not always so clear-cut for the first V6-powered road-going sportscar to be built at Maranello.
If you prefer your M Car performance in a quirky package, then things don’t get much better than the awesome BMW Z3 M Coupe.
The first-generation Audi RS4 took the fast estate car category to new heights thanks to stonking performance allied with great useability
The Porsche 964 brought with it a number of important updates that took the 911 formula to new heights, underrated for years it is finally getting the recognition it deserves.
The Honda NSX proved that supercars did not have to be temperamental and impractical machines forcing the industry to follow suit, it remains a great drive to this day.
With visionary motorbikes and a lot of heart, the British post-war youth once indulged in the intoxication of speed. Since then, their conversions have thrilled enthusiasts around the globe. The subculture became an influential genre that has lost none of its appeal to this day. The café racer, a stroke of luck in motorbike history. Continue reading THE CAFÉ RACER – OPTIMISED RACERS OF YESTERYEAR
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Well, the world records were old – but they had been set in 1956 with 8 litres of engine capacity. In 1983 Daimler-Benz only needed 2.3 litres in the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.3-16. Continue reading WORLD RECORDS IN THE MERCEDES-BENZ 190 E 2.3-16