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McLaren 570s Spider review

McLaren 570s Spider

The McLaren 570s Spider

The first thing you'll notice about the McLaren 570s is its striking style and ground hugging pose, add that to the range of vibrant colours offered, like Vega Blue and aptly the named McLaren Orange, and you have the making of the perfect sports car. If you're wondering if it's beauty is just skin deep, let me assure you, it can perform too, and when I say that I mean 0-124 in 9.6 seconds. Interested? Read on.

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The McLaren Vista and Halloween festivities

570s McLaren

We awoke to the symphonious burble of a 570s, what a start to the morning, the reason I recognised this, is earlier the day before, this was the car we'd experienced on the roads of the Cotswolds, and what an experience.

After the night before's festivities, which included pre dinner drinks, a range of fine wines and soft drinks, even tea.

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StreetDrone launches the autonomous One 2017

StreetDrone One
Ex-F1 engineers produce testbed for autonomous technologies in aid to unify and reduce the cost of driverless testing.
The British based business StreetDrone has officially launched its affordable autonomous and unique vehicle – the StreetDrone ONE– From the Munich NVIDIA GPU conference in Munich yesterday.
The vehicle has been designed as an autonomous technology with a purpose of addressing divergence, and the growing costs and siloed research for businesses across
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Self driving wagons hitting UK roads & Tesla Truck 300m range

Autonomous UK driving
As you've probably heard, the British Government has announced today platoons of self driving trucks (well that's an over statement), rather than small convoys of partially driverless lorries will be taking to the British highways.  Couple that with Tesla announcing their truck cabs will be able to achieve 300 mile per charge, 
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A New ERA... MG ZS

Today is the beginning of the new era for MG, with the announcement of the new MG ZS; the compact crossover taking on the likes of the Nissan Juke, Renualt Kajar and Mazda CX5.

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Day 1 at Goodwood Revival

Goodwood Revival celebrating everything pre 1966-cars, fashion and everything inbetween, don your vintage attire for a petrolium infused weekend of racing. It's day one of The Revival and despite the typically British weather festivities are in full swing the public have attended in droves fully embracing the vintage era once again at Lord March's Road and Race circuit.

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2017 Nissan Micra Review

Micra 2017

Nissan Micra 2017


The Nissan Micra -  the iconic hatchback, which became bland, bubbly and unappealing to the masses, well that's about to change. For years the Ford Fiesta, Volkswagen Polo and Vauxhall Corsa have dominated the small car market, however Nissan want it back.
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Michael Eastwell next race and new website

Michael Eastwell Racing

Michael Eastwell racing is certainly gathering steam, with the launch of there new website which now shows Michael's next race and a countdown till launch time.

The website details Eastwells career as well showing lots of pictures and video of the racers climb to fame. 

If your wanting to see the young drivers next race Castle Combe Championship Round 8 in his Formula Ford 1600 you've just under 12 hours till the race starts - find out more at Michael Eastwell Racing

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TVR Unveil All New Griffith

TVR has just unveiled the V8 Cosworth powered Griffith at Goodwood Revival, the much-loved British car manufacturer famed for their light weight and powerful high-end sports car. In 2013 we saw the end of TVR as we know it and became TVR Automotive Ltd. This means the latest offering from TVR is big news as this is the first mass produced TVR in over 10 years being the make it or break it car for TVR. Here is some headline figures, a better power to weight ration than a Porsche 911 Turbo S, a full carbon fibre body and a Ford Cosworth V8 which will push the car over 200mph.
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2017 Volvo V40 D3 Inscription review

Micra 2017

Volvo V40 D3 Inscription


Volvo have been synonymous with safety for many years, building boxy but good cars in the 70's, 80's and 90's, vehicles like the 240 and the 850, however their latest cars hark back to the early years of Swedish manufacturer Volvo's, pretty cars. These were the times when the P1800 and P1900 were the real lookers, with a look as well as a style.