Goodwood Speedweek

Having sadly had to cancel both the Festival of Speed and The Revival, Goodwood has announced a completely new format which will combine the best elements of both events into the new “Goodwood Speedweek”, a three-day event that will take Read on! →

Exciting new development at Bicester Heritage site

The recently unveiled ‘Bicester Motion’ plan for the creation of the UK’s first automotive resort, has the ambition to become one of the country’s top 20 tourist and leisure destinations. The current well established “Heritage” site has the same warm Read on! →

The amazing Alfa Romeo Museum has now reopened.

Following the Covid-19 restrictions, the museum located in Arese, on the outskirts of Milan, reopened its doors on June 24, 2020. This happily coincides with the celebration of the 110th-anniversary of the iconic Italian marque. The collection of beautiful cars Read on! →

Range Rover celebrates 50 years

Can it really be 50 years since the first iconic 4WD luxury off roader was introduced? During its lifetime, the Range Rover has achieved many “world firsts” and has even twice won the gruelling Paris-Dakar rally. The original was an Read on! →

Goodwood – the latest victim of Covid 19

The Duke of Richmond has been working with all concerned to see if there was any way that the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Revival, the two major events, could still go ahead this year given the on-going uncertainty of Read on! →

Update on London to Brighton Veteran Car Run

As a result of the uncertainty of the on-going situation of Covid-19, the Royal Automobile Club has decided to delay announcing the final plans for the 2020 London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, currently due to take place on 1 Read on! →

Unveiling of Bruce McLaren statue.

A life-size statue of Bruce McLaren has been unveiled at the headquarters of the famous team that he founded to mark the 50th anniversary his untimely death. His daughter Amanda took part in a private ceremony, and fifty candles were Read on! →