No car lover could resist taking a peek at the work of Daniel Simon. A look at the incredible fantasy vehicles rendered so realistically in his book Cosmic Motors is enough to get any design lover salivating. So when I heard of a new project of his, Timeless Racer, which explores an alternative earth where … Continue reading Timeless Racer
For December's Photographer of the Month I urge you look to the world of F1 where you'll find jovial Jamey Price from North Carolina. Jamey is a familiar sight at racetracks around the world with a portfolio covering a range of motorsport categories, but for this month's POTM I'm looking at just his F1 work … Continue reading Photographer of the month – Dec 2014
Lamborghini concepts are rarely dull and the Lamborghini Calà, Italdesign's curvaceous yellow wedge, was never designed to be subtle. With a V10 screaming out between 370 and 400bhp (depending on who you ask) it had a fair helping of power for the early 90s, but not industry-leading. Bear in mind the suit-wearing Wokingers were putting … Continue reading Lamborghini Calà
The words Boss and Mustang are often seen together throughout the history of Ford, and sometimes the word Cobra lurks nearby, but how often do you see the word King appear too? To call a car the Ford King Cobra Boss is a helluva lotta bigging oneself up, but the car did exist, and examples … Continue reading King of Bosses
Porsches have always really impressed me, but not necessarily excited me. Efficient, effective and accessible, they've always seemed to sit just below the mad Italians and above the gadgety Japanese. However, I've always had a real soft spot for the 356. I say 'soft spot', I'd do frankly unimaginable things to own a 356 Outlaw … Continue reading Ice cold Porsche
Firstly, a bit of background for those less familiar with Pininfarina. As a quick prod of any search engine will reveal, the Pininfarina name is firmly linked to iconic car designs with waves upon waves of exotic and desirable machinery. There are examples from seemingly every decade since the internal combustion engine first sparked into … Continue reading Everyday Pininfarina
For this, the inaugural Photographer of the Month, I urge you to look at the stunning work of Steffen Jahn. I've chosen Jahn as the first POTM as his photographs of classic endurance racing cars are amongst the most eye-catching I've seen. For most photographers of course their photographs are their greatest attraction, so on … Continue reading Photographer of the month – November 2014
Just a bit of fun - use the image below to generate your F1 driver name, and your team! Feel free to share, and let us know your results!
Whilst I had a spare hour (a rare treat), I did a doodle... This is how it looked: Feel free to share it via Twitter and Facebook, if you feel it reflects the way your brain works!
The Lap of Anglia is a 400 mile bicycle ride around East Anglia, created to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and highlight the huge area they cover. The air ambulance has no government funding and relies solely on charitable donations. The first Lap took place in 2013, and was completed by 12 … Continue reading Lap of Anglia