Fri 24 Jan 2020
“DISTURBING reports” about far-right group Britain First targeting Rotherham mosques have prompted the council and police to take action.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 03 Oct 2017
MINI'S golden anniversary year is upon us and the sun-hungry new convertible is the first car to emerge into the cold, stark reality of Britain in 2009.
THE CAR I was talking about was Peugeot's newly released 407 coupe.
CHILLI and chocolate. Maple syrup and bacon. Balti pies.
WHEN the Typhoon jet—the RAF's most advanced fighter—was developed the aeronautical boffins made it deliberately unstable.
ARRIVING at Granada Airport, Spain, for the official launch of Audi's long awaited R8 V10 supercar I emerge from the terminal to see more than £1 million worth of exquisite-looking German supercars lined up at the roadside.
ROUNDING another sweeping left hander a lorry hones into view, after a brief hesitation to check the road ahead, the Renaultsport Clio 182 I'm following drops through the gears ready for his overtake.
THERE'S a peculiar sensation when you walk away from Nissan's NOTE, that strange realisation that the car you have just been in appears smaller than you imagined as you glance back over your shoulder.
WHAT exactly do you expect from a car called the Soul Burner?
It's more than ten years since the diminutive convertible hit the roads with its vario-roof folding hard top—a concept that would soon become a staple among convertibles in all classes.
EAST 17, All Saints, Michael Jackson at the O2, they’re all proof that a comeback doesn’t always work out...or remotely live up to expectation for that matter.
IT WAS a cruel twist of fate for the Toyota Avensis that my loan period extended over a weekend where I would be visiting the British Touring Car Championships.
DRIVE to Volkswagen's Wolfsburg headquarters and there is a chance that near-constant transition between 30 different road surfaces will be taking place beneath your wheels.
SLIPPING from the Honda Accord Tourer featured last week into the Skoda Octavia Estate was a bit like ditching Kate Moss in favour of Kate Humble.
BOXED UP AND READY TO GO...Citroen’s new Spacebox
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 28 Sep 2017
THANKS to some fairly experimental engineering back in the 1930s Peugeot can quite comfortably claim to be the inventors of the folding hard-top.