Local Coventry hero: Guy Broad


"Guy Broad is one of the world’s authorities on everything XK. We spent some time with Guy at his Browns Lane showroom and explored how the Jaguar spirit is alive and well at the place of its creation. Local "

Jaguar: Coventry Keeping Pace


"It may be the most important Jaguar drop not made in Coventry. But a century of engineering chops has saturated this all-electric superstar, designed by Ian Callum. Freezing dawn in the West Midlands. Jaguar’s plant is iced up in "

Coventry Roots and Culture: Coventry Motofest


"Motofest Coventry is a deep-rooted celebration of the area’s automotive culture. Festival director James Noble sketches out the light and shade of a century old story. Motofest director James Noble is passionate about the Coventry story. Picture: JM Drake "

Beyond Drifting: Notes From The East


"Why is Japanese car culture so appealing? Is it because the Japanese take things, copy them, create them for themselves with a higher quality and more creative twist? Is it that they make art out of the tiny details that "

Beyond Drifting: Baggsy Go Sideways


"Steve 'Baggsy' Biagioni is one of the few Brit hooligans to make a mark in the international world of drifting. The quintessential Essex A-Road denizen tells us in his own words how he made it a world inspired by the "

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Alternative Fuel: Quick Chemistry


"Hydrogen fuel cells aren’t only able to power suburban sedans and buses. With the right focus they can be made to take on motorsport’s toughest challenges. And to demonstrate the fact and with impeccable timing as the ink "

Imported Classics: IDA the Norwegian Rover


"Not all Landies are what they first appear. Charles’ Series 1 Norwegian returnee has a Mazda drivetrain, power steering - and has more charisma than Sputnik, as he explains. This is Ida, she is a Norwegian Land Rover, supplied new in 1957 "

Imported Classics: The Rat


"The Rat typifies the wacky racer aesthetic: non-standard, full of texture and patina - and is the most spirited of specialist drives, as Charles Wright writes. This is The Rat. It’s a 1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 TI Saloon, which was "

Bikes in the City Part Two: Rat Bikes


"They say that in London you’re never more than six feet away from a rat. Gary Inman - Sideburn Magazine publisher/editor and aficionado of biking subcultures remembers a lost coterie of dark clad urban rebels. Where once motorcycles "