Motoring

From a living museum to an historic fort, Mark Whitchurch takes the Triumph Bonneville for a spin along the coast

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Testing out the new Mercedes Benz CLS

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The new Mercedes Benz CLS 400 hits the sweet spot with grace and pace says Mark Whitchurch

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A look into the world of classic cars

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

When it comes to top level vintage collectables - few things can beat the perfect car. Carol Burns finds out more...

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This month, Mark Whitchurch travels from the lap of luxury to laps of exhilaration as he journeys in a Ferrari California T between Chewton Glen and Thruxton race track

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This month’s scenic foray in a BMW i8 combines retail therapy in historic surroundings with a tour of picturesque valleys and a spot of lunch before admiring the architecture of a local landmark says Mark Whitchurch

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This month’s Great Drive in a Bentley Flying Spur whisks you between one of the county’s historic market towns and the culinary delights of an inn with an enchanting history says Mark Whitchurch

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Audi R8 review

Thursday, May 5, 2016

With the howl of the V10 engine sitting inches from your head, the new Audi R8 is a supercar designed to thrill with all the frills says Mark Whitchurch

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This month’s drive in a Jaguar XE cruises the B-roads of Hampshire, from a tranquil stroll in the countryside to a wonderful museum that brings our county’s rich military history to life says Mark Whitchurch

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The second in our series, Mark Whitchurch heads across the water for a regal experience in a Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé

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The top 5 Concours cars of all time

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

The world-renowned Salon Privé Chubb Insurance Concours d’Elégance opens its gates and world famous cars to the public for the first time ever on Friday 4th September 2015.

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Motoring enthusiast Mark Whitchurch takes us on the first of his Great Drives series, through the New Forest and on to Beaulieu Autojumble, in a Land Rover Discovery Sport

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Four of the National Motor Museum’s iconic Land Speed Record cars, the 350hp and 1,000hp Sunbeams, Golden Arrow and Bluebird CN7, which reflect the success of British record-breakers between the 1920s and 1960s, feature in an inspiring new multi-media display For Britain & For The Hell Of It, opened by Don Wales, grandson of legendary Sir Malcolm Campbell.

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Ade Holder takes the new Lotus Exige Roadster S for a spin and falls in love with British motoring all over again.

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How the Mini Became a Giant

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The 1950's Mini was a revolutionary design, concept and vision. Without the Mini, thousands would have been put off by driving due to the costs involved...

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Black pump bruiser

Friday, November 9, 2007

Jaguar's award-winning diesel engined S-Type is now on offer in Euro IV guise, reports Andy Enright

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Unchartered territory

Friday, November 9, 2007

A 4x4 with a certain je ne sais quoi.... Pizazz? Andy Enright reports...

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It turns out there’s a lot you can do in van business. We talk to those who have pushed the boundaries when it comes to working on the road.

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Jet Wheel Tyre offers some invaluable advice on tyres and ensuring your car remains road worthy

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Ray Chapman Motors officially unveiled their new York dealership, at York Business Park, Poppleton.

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One of the best ways to experience the raw beauty of Surrey is by car: roof down, picnic hamper on the back seat, taking a leisurely drive through the undulating countryside. Here, drivers from The Supercar Event give us a run-down of the very best Surrey has to offer

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A Ribble Valley company’s leather booster seats are ensuring young passengers can travel in luxurious style

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It can be hard to imagine your little one growing up, but it won’t be long until they’re asking to borrow your car keys. Sue Waterfield from Young Driver, the UK’s largest driving school for 10–17-year-olds, explains how early driving tuition can set the foundations for a safer, more confident next generation.

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In built-up places like Brighton, there is very little advantage to purchasing a brand new car. With so few uncongested roads in the south of England – and many other parts of the British Isles, for that matter – a brand new car won’t get you where you are going any faster. Nor will it be any easier to find a car parking space on the road you live on. However, second-hand cars are better in a number of ways. If you are considering buying a car in the near future, why would you opt for a used one rather than a model that has just rolled off the production line?

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Lamborghini has opened a new showroom in Leeds bringing these lust-after motors to Yorkshire. Kathryn Armstrong joined them on a tour of the county’s finest routes.

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Millions of motorists are convicted of offences every year – but are they all guilty? An expert in motoring law has successfully defended many cases for clients who suddenly found themselves on the wrong side of the law.

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