Yellow Peril and Bugatti Type 51 headline RM Amelia Island Sale
Bonhams has successfully sold the Spy Who Loved Me Lotus Esprit for £111,500...
1913 Bugatti Type 18 first owned by Roland Garros to head Bonhams sale
Special George Barris-bodied his-and-hers 1966 Mustangs join RM's Fort Lauderdale sale
Bidding opens today on eBay for Carroll Shelby’s Shelby EXP500 CSS
Barons' final sale of 2008 offers some intriguing possibilities
New Chinese owners of MG deliver on their promise to bring the brand back to Europe
Bentley’s Azure has been boosted with the announcement of a T model, packing a 500bhp punch.
Prices have been announced for the Alfa Romeo 8C Spider. Be prepared to dig deep.
Aston Martin's $2m supercar breaks cover - and it's good news for its lucky 77 owners
Barons' October 21 sale springs more than a few surprises...
Lamborghini donates Gallardo LP560-4 to the Italian State Police
Andy Green and Richard Noble are going for the land speed record again... and are aiming for 1000mph in Bloodhound SSC.
Bonhams sells a pair of ancient chariot wheels for a whopping £19,200...
Carozzeria Zagato falls into foreign ownership for the first time in its 90-year history
Graham Hill suitably honoured at the National Motor Museum
Best remembered for his starring roles in some of Hollywood's greatest films, Paul Newman was also an active motor racer and team owner...
Bonhams' 19th annual sale in Monte Carlo's SAS Prince Rainier’s Motor Museum made a total of €8.2 million – one of the most successful sales held in Monaco
Octane columnist and historic racer Tony Dron will demonstrate the 1938 Mercedes-Benz W154 at VSCC SeeRed at Donington Park, UK, through May 31-June 1
Automotive engineering specialist Team Modena has so far seen an impressive 2008 GT1 race season.
The British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) has passed the running of its Historic Sportscar Championship on to the historic motor sport organiser Motor Racing Legends.
Silverstone may have staged its most successful British Grand Prix in ages, and tickets are already selling fast for the 2008 event.
2008 sees the 50th anniversary of the only international rally for sub-500cc cars.
The Tour Britannia race for pre-1976 cars has received almost twice as many entrants as last year.
Chris Smith, the founder of Westfield who acquired the Chevron marque just over a year ago, has announced its return to the racing scene. With the first chassis frame almost complete and all the main components sourced and ready to go, the first Chevron B8 should be ready for its maiden outing at the V de V meeting at Estoril in November.