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Cat Scratch Fever

Jaguar’s iconic 3.8-litre Mark II saloon provides stunning performance and comfort for four, and its tuneable engine made it a favourite in saloon car races around the world. By Quinton Taylor,

To Finish First, First You Must Build A Winner

One man’s drive to pay tribute to one of Bruce McLaren’s victorious Can-Am cars saw him emulate the driver and constructor’s ambition, innovation, and attention to detail By Patrick Harlow,

A Corollary on Corollas

Last month, Gerard explained why the car he liked best was not one of several red-blooded sports saloons he had lusted after, but a kindly twin-cam Corolla. This month he

Who do you think you are, Stirling Moss?

    Donn Anderson recalls waiting patiently 60 years ago to take a photo of a famous racing driver — and he wasn’t disappointed   View fullsize Stirling and the Maserati

Facing down the Howard 3

    As Saturday, 25 November looms, it marks an important date for competitors in the TQ class at Western Springs speedway, as they compete for not only the Auckland

Gunslinger: the rebirth of Hombre

It doesn’t matter what your tastes are — if you don’t think ‘Hombre’ is anything but the duck’s nuts, you’re plain delusional. You don’t even have to be familiar with

Silverstone Classic 2017: That’s a wrap

    The Silverstone Classic has become a must-attend event on the calendar of Classic Car and Racing enthusiasts in the UK and around the world. This year was, by