I've driven it. Brilliant car. Couldn't find that button though. Must only be available on US models
The Ford Mondeo has been around for 20 years. In that time Ford has sold 4.5 million Mondeos across Europe, including 1.4 million in the UK. It was a flop in the US though.
To celebrate the anniversary Ford has put together this brilliant video, voiced by Ray Winstone. It's the best advert for the Mondeo I've ever…
No cheating UK domiciled Oppo-heads. It's a 280bhp FWD hot hatch. I've got it on loan for a week
Recorded by me in one take on my iPhone5. The 2013 Renaultsport Clio 200 Turbo is a fantastic little car. And the gearbox is great.
Today has been lovely and I've been at ploughing match watching my father in law, well....plough.
This advert is for Somersby Cider (do you get cider in the US?) which plays on the fact cider is made from Apples. Apple - geddit?
The Renaultsport Megane 265 Cup is a brilliant, front wheel drive hatch. Nothing FWD comes close to it in terms of raw performance. I drove one back in March and loved it.
In the 1998 Belgium GP at the legendary Spa circuit Michael Schumacher crashed into the back of David Coulthard's McLaren. Schumacher saw the incident as Coulthard's fault so when they were both back in the pits he ran into the McLaren garage in a rage, accusing the hapless Coulthard of trying to kill him. Luckily…
Everyone who knows F1 knows about the legendary Sid Watkins - the man who transformed F1 safety and medical facilities. Gary Hartstein was his assistant from 1990, and took over as F1 Medical Delegate following Sid's retirement in 2005.
I wrote this article a while ago about doing damage to yourself whilst working on your car. Now have a look at this text conversation (from this evening) between me and the guy in the article who severed all the tendons on his right hand...
This is the BMW M235i almost entirely free from disguise. In fact the only disguise it has is a bin bag on the boot.
Incredibly the boys from Bavaria have managed to design a well proportioned car with decent looking headlights and flanks that don't look as if they've melted in the sun. Even the grille, which has…
I spent 4 days and 600 miles in the Maserati GranTurismo Sport. Long enough to get to know and understand not only the character of the car but also what it does to people.
I recently tested the new Renault Clio. It's a great little car with a tasteful interior - except in one aspect. The excessive use of piano black. It's all over the centre console and the steering wheel.
I was brought up in a rural area criss-crossed with railway lines. As such the lanes were peppered with hump-back bridges with a steep entry, sharp pivot at the top, and steep exit.
The temptation to 'get air' and jump these bridges was too much for my friends and I when we got our first cars. But, try as I did I…