You might have noticed we’re big Le Mans fans. But when it comes to car racing, we cover everything from WEC to Silverstone to Thruxton. We even talk about drag racing in the States. And if you love the pics — they’re all either our own or old press photos from our archive.
The history of cars is one of our passions. Covering everything from the first electric Porsche to cars named after places, there really is so much to learn. Not only are we inspired by the historic gems we find in our extensive archive, but each of our photographers sheds a unique light on the topic.
Covering a multitude of different subjects, this category holds some of our weirdest and most wonderful blogs. This is where you’ll find out about vehicles that travel over 1,000mph and which ferry crossing is best for getting to Le Mans. It’s a bit of a lucky dip, but we guarantee you’ll be wowed.
Our Dutch contributor and photographer Pim van der Veer covers all our Geneva, Paris and Frankfurt motor shows, while Zoltan Papp, our Hungarian contributor and photographer, talks to legendary car designers like Ercole Spada, at Italy’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.
This has been Ali’s patch so far. A specialist in automotive photography, Alisdair Cusick shares a few tricks of the trade, how to make trucks look sexy and the stories behind some of his amazing photo shoots. A true expert, his blogs are certainly worth a read.
To give you a little insight into some of the images held in our extensive motoring archive, we are publishing a series of blogs looking back at the achievements of various manufacturers in Prototype and GT endurance racing at selected European races over the last 10 years.
From books to cars to gear, this is the space where we tell you what we think of stuff. This is the section for you if you want to hear our opinion on Joe Sackey’s Ferrari 288 GTO book or the latest Audi A3 Cabriolet or even which trousers to wear to Le Mans. To buy or not to buy — well that’s up to you.