If you were to ask any rally fan around the world what the best era of rallying was, the answer will almost certainly contain two words, ‘Group B’. Group B was a time when rallying went slightly mental, with cars in excess of 500 BHP and fans determined to be within touching distance as… Continue reading Will Group B Return in 2017?
The covers are off Ford’s all new Fiesta, but is it a worthy replacement to its predecessor. The last generation Ford Fiesta was a global success for Ford Europe, it was Ford’s bestselling B segment model and dominated the mid-range supermini market. Considering the 7th generation Fiesta has been in production for nearly a decade… Continue reading New Ford Fiesta revealed
The new megane RS has a lot of hype to live up to, but the early signs are promising. In the world of hot hatchbacks there are a dizzying array of cars that are truly enjoyable to drive, with performance to entertain even the most the sceptical of petrol heads. Cars like the focus ST,… Continue reading Megane RS breaks cover
For years the development of electric vehicles has always been hindered by the high production costs and inefficiency of reusable batteries. However, technology is moving on at an immense rate and new research suggests the increasing accessibility of EVs (electric vehicles) will soon permit a colossal undertaking of modernisation of the current road network/ infrastructure.… Continue reading When will we buy an electric car?
It all seemed business as usual for Volkswagen motorsport; they were 4 time world champions with both the manufactures and drivers tiles swept up. But in the following days after Wales rally GB VW dropped a bombshell, they were pulling out of the WRC. The announcement came as a huge shock after Sebastian Ogier had… Continue reading Ogier’s 2017 dilemma