Tue 17 Jul 2018
IT’S not only household waste set for change — the concrete bin’s days on Rotherham’s streets are numbered.
By Tom Sharpe, motoring writer on Thu 10 Feb 2011
LAND Rover is preparing to hand a motor show debut to its ultimate Range Rover.
By Tom Sharpe, motoring writer on Wed 09 Feb 2011
THOUSANDS of staff from car dealers across the UK are heading to Rotherham to get their first look at the all-new Ford Focus hatchback.
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 07 Feb 2011
I NEVER thought I would see the word “hybrid” written in that distinctive Porsche font but the badging on the front wings of this Cayenne S are no red herring.
FERRARI has issued the first undisguised images of its new four-wheel-drive supercar in motion.
By Paul Rickett on Fri 04 Feb 2011
VIRGIN new boy Jerome D’Ambrosio completed his maiden drive for the Dinnington team, saying: “It really is an amazing feeling.”
By Tom Sharpe on Wed 02 Feb 2011
THE all-new McLaren supercar has gone into production after a series of guest appearences across the globe.
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 31 Jan 2011
IF load carrying is a top priority then Fiat's Doblo might have the key to your heart.
WANT-to-be adventurers are being offered the opportunity to win the trip of a lifetime, storming over desert dunes in a Hummer 4x4.
By Tom Sharpe on Wed 19 Jan 2011
WITH the Audi range swelling from 17 to 35 derivative models in just ten years, it's not hard to identify their chosen path to world-wide domination.
AS if rising fuel prices, VAT and inflation were not enough for motorists to contend with, two thirds of car manufacturers have imposed new car price hikes in January.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 14 Jan 2011
LIKE the wait for a bus, the wait for a stylish, economical hatchback ended up with the arrival of two.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 13 Jan 2011
CAR manufacturers are understandably keen to publicise their latest technological advances.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 11 Jan 2011
I SYMPATHISE with owners of traditional MPVs.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 09 Dec 2010
ALFA Romeo were never going to let their 100th anniversary go by without having a serious shot at making a genuinely class-leading car.
SO it’s the big, gas guzzling Chelsea tractors that are the most anti-social vehicles on our roads and the seen-to-be-green hybrids that have a halo hovering over their every journey?