Choosing the SM as his favorite car was easy for Keith Adams. But taking it along France's Route Napoleon is where the real fun starts.
It's been crowned Car of The Year 2012 at the International Historic Motoring Awards - no wonder, as the Porsche T64 is one of the most significant cars ever made.
This 1923 aero-engined monster is named after a Faustian demon. Andrew English takes the wheel - and some brave pills...
This hot hatch carries on the tradition of the famed GTE.
Nissan's monstrous GT-R has received a raft of improvements for 2012, including hike in power and interesting suspension upgrades...
The latest BMW M5 loses a couple of cylinders and gains the same number of turbochargers. And attains greatness in the process.
The open version of the sensational Ferrari 458 offers drivers the chance to experience the soundtrack even more vividly.
Porsche might never have built a 911 Spyder, but that's not stopped Paul Stephens from having a crack. It's rather good, too!
Fiat's rear-engined baby 600 was unassuming - until it wore the scorpion badge of tuner Carlo Abarth.
The 1900 sparked a revolution for Alfa Romeo - especially the coachbuilt versions. We drive Zagato collector David Sydorick's 'double bubble' and find out exactly what the fuss is about.
The top flight E-class saloon receives the twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8 to replace the outgoing 6.3 for more torque and better fuel consumption. It's still mighty.
Morgan's amazing new baby is put through its paces.
A Grand Tour of The Baltics in the 2012 Bentley Continental GT
It's a lot of money for a family-sized hatchback - but this is no ordinary hatchback.
The 2012 Audi R8 GT delivers a solid driving experience without the rough edges.
The Evora is Lotus' first two-pedal car since 1986, but has Hethel been able to catch the opposition?
Tony Fixed It
An early, fiberglass-bodied Ferrari 308 is possibly one of the best sports cars to come out of the '70s.
It's one of the most beautiful cars of all time and now it's hit 50. Time to drive the Geneva Show car on home ground.
The Aventador is described by Lamborghini's boss Stephan Winkelmann as a two-generation leap forward. We drive it on track to see if he's right.
Aston Martin's new model sits between DB9 and DBS.
McLaren is about to launch its first road car since the F1 of the early 1990s.
What's truly remarkable about the new Veyron Super Sport is not its sheer speed, but the civilised way in which it achieves it.
Built merely as a stop-gap, Colin Chapman's lithe little road-racer has stayed at the top of its game for over 50 years. We return to the car's spiritual home to compare old and new.
Drag Racing's Master Showman