"The motorsport community has always been a core foundation for enthusiasts, participants and spectators alike. It’s a shared passion that brings people together, ignites fierce competition and sparks lifelong friendships. But for some people it runs even deeper than "
"Steve Sanderson and Oi Polloi have become a fixture on the streets of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. I set up Oi Polloi with my business partner Nigel, almost exactly 20 years ago. We’re a menswear retailer and now a brand "
"Cosworth recently teamed up with Gordon Murray Automotive to develop a naturally aspirated, 3.9-litre V12 engine to power the GMA T.50 supercar, which will be the first ever GMA vehicle ever to go into production. In case you didn’t "
"It’s sixty two years now since Mike Costin and Keith Duckworth launched Cosworth Engineering in a greasy corner of London. Since then the engineering firm has provided the connective tissue of some of the world’s finest and most "
"Turbo lag. It’s not seen as something to aspire to. Look around you. McMindfulness meatheads smash their screens between Zoom calls and online pilates sessions. Anti-vax perps with cabin fever, who get their news from Call of Duty twitch "
" What does the future of motoring really look like? At London’s Royal College of Art, postgraduate students on the cutting edge Intelligent Mobility program have been trying to find answers to the question. We met three individuals with interesting "
"Cars are all about people. It’s obvious really - but at times this simple truism can get lost. With the obsession with speed, power, style and design - with the object itself, you can forget that there is nothing "
"Queen B: Normalisation. Becky Evans is at the forefront of a new digitally inspired generation of women redefining what it means to love driving. The Influencers The Women's motorcycle exhibition Gallery Images: Mike Fordham It's a rare break "
"Take the speed of Senna, the wet weather prowess of Schumacher, the smoothness and mechanical sympathy of Prost, the versatility and enthusiasm of Andretti and the humility of a country boy and you've got the recipe for the greatest racing "
"By 1953, the United States had almost 1,000 nuclear bombs waiting to be dropped. The future of sports cars wasn’t at the top of Gen. Curtis LeMay’s priorities. It’s the 1950s. In the hushed offices of the military leadership "
"We couldn't help but chat bikes when we spoke to Mal Pye about his art, and it turns out he's a true motor fan, so we ended up ogling his four-wheeled work too. Influx: Hi Mal. Why cars and bikes? "
"Forget Formula 1, with its narcolepsy-inducing races and prima donna drivers. For pure, undiluted motorsport, rallying remains the king. Real roads, brutally fast cars and an almost infinite range of conditions make it a very different challenge to the sterile world "
"We’ve often thought about it – what would happen if you just never sold your car? The answer is predictable of course; it would become part of your life, your identity. You. But could you really keep a ‘machine’ "