La Vita Rossa Hill Climb

Now in it’s eleventh year, the Bugatti Owners Club’s French themed weekend, La Vie en Bleu, this year for the second time split the weekend with an Italian Saturday, La Vita Rossa. Read More

Formula Vintage Round 1, Silverstone

The Vintage Sports Car Club (VSCC) have re-launched their race meetings as Formula Vintage for 2017. The first meeting was a two day event at Silverstone, using the shorter National circuit. The meeting featured the GP Itala Trophy as the high-light of the eighteen race program. Read More

Curborough Speed Trials

The Vintage Sports Car Club (VSCC) held the first round of their 2017 Speed Championship at Curborough, near Lichfield, over the May Day holiday weekend. Read More

Spa Classic 2017

The Spa-Francorchamps circuit has vibrated all weekend to the sound of classic cars. On the track as well as outside, the 7th edition of Spa-Classic has kept its promises, to the point of beating its record of 20,000 spectators. Read More


The Classic Car and Restoration Show, NEC Birmingham

Most Classic car shows only feature the shiniest and best prepared classic cars, many looking better now than when they originally left the car show room many years ago. Well this is one show that dares to be different. The Classic Car & Restoration Show held at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) near Birmingham is a show that featured beautiful classic cars, but also what to many people may appear to be heaps of rusting junk! Read More

Bromyard Speed Festival 2017

The second annual Bromyard Speed Festival took place on Sunday 2nd of April 2017, round the normally quiet market town of Bromyard in Herefordshire, England. The normal population of around 4,500 was boosted as hundreds of people flocked to the town to see cars and motorcycles parade round the closed roads of the town centre. Read More

Hot Rods and Kool Kustoms

The City of Coventry in the middle of England has always been the heart of the British Motor Industry with giants like Jaguar, Triumph, Standard, Rover, Hillman and even Peugeot all having had manufacturing plants in the city. In fact up to 70 vehicle manufacturers have been based in Coventry over the past 100 years. The city now boasts a fabulous Transport Museum in the city centre, with free admission at the time of publication. The museum has a fantastic permanent collection of motor vehicles on display and has a large room for special exhibitions. Read More