by , 12th Jun 17 12:15 pm

With the 24 Hours of Le Mans around the corner, we thought we’d delve into the event and check out the cars in detail and see how they’re made in order to deal with this gruelling race. We also find out how Guido Van Der Garde prepares for Le Mans 24 Hours and the difference […]

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by , 12th Jun 17 9:51 am

After the uncertainties of Monaco Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory at the Canadian Grand Prix leading from start to finish. The race was blighted by a number of incidents that led to the safety car being deployed but Hamilton kept his cool as he reduced the points gap to Sebastian Vettel to 12 points. Starting from pole with […]

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by , 10th Jun 17 10:00 pm

Richard Hammond crashing in Switzerland whilst filming the Grand Tour. pic.twitter.com/3rTxIrY6Rh — Gio (@Gio_57) June 10, 2017 Richard Hammond has been involved in yet another serious crash while filming a scene in Switzerland for The Grand Tour. Driving a £1m Rimac Concept One electric supercar Hammond was filmed driving through a meandering and picturesque hill top […]

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by , 9th Jun 17 10:54 am

In a desperate attempt to grab the headlines and stay relevant we have created a fake news story for the purposes of grabbing the headlines. Our lead story… AHEM!… focuses on an exclusive look at the very British Rolls Royce SUV. Let me just add that a very British Rolls Royce SUV is for real it […]

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by , 7th Jun 17 11:49 am

Jackie Stewart was the Michael Schumacher of his era in the 60’s and early 70’s wining three F1 titles and setting records that wouldn’t be broken until Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost dominated the sport in the mid to late 80’s and early 1990’s. Stewart is articulate and not afraid to give well considered judgements […]

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