Tribute to John Horsman

Sad to hear of the passing John Horsman, one of motor racing’s brilliant behind-the-scenes innovators. He is widely credited with sorting what many drivers described as an extremely fast but undrivable car – the legendary Porsche 917. He and his Read on! →

Sir Stirling Moss Tribute

The whole sporting community, not just those of us passionate about cars and racing, is mourning the passing of a true icon, legend and gentleman. Sir Stirling Moss was without doubt one of the greatest drivers ever. He was universally recognised Read on! →

Ferrari Dino collection for London Concours 2020

The headline feature of the London Concours 2020 now due to take place on 19-20 August 2020 will include eight Ferrari Dino models, being shown by Foskers, the UK’s oldest independent Ferrari specialist. Each one is in a different factory-produced Read on! →

Further suspension of all Motorsport UK events

Motorsport UK has extended the suspension of all organising permits and Certificates of Exemption for motorsport events until at least 30th June. It will continue to monitor the advice from the UK Government in respect of the COVID-19 international pandemic and Read on! →

Steve McQueen Manx Dune Buggy sells at auction

The Steve McQueen Bulitt Mustang having already gone, for $3.4m, the 1967 Meyers Manx Dune Buggy that he drove across the dunes, with Faye Dunaway aboard, in the 1968 The Thomas Crown Affair movie, has now also been sold for Read on! →