For four successive years in the 1960s, Ford won Le Mans, and this brief film features these successes.
Production MGF at Bonneville Salt Flats.
Arguably the most attractive car ever built...
When I was driving in those years before the Cobra and all that came after, the races were where I’d find them.
As the floodwaters rose over England, I emulated Noah and loaded up the GTO and a pre-war Aston Martin Ulster and set sail to the New World to seek a better life – well, temporarily anyway...
Replica has become a bad word. To my way of thinking replica should be an exact copy of the original; enough to fool the trained eye
‘When did YOU start driving?’ People used to ask me that a lot – and still do.
In the glamorous world of the 1960s grand tourer, Italy and England reigned supreme; that was until Peter Monteverdi crashed heavily in Formula One and turned his tenacity to building a Swiss competitor...
Morgan 3-wheeler owner shows off to camera.
Conscientious photographer gets a scare.
In this world of Health and Safety, it seems car design now has to be practical
Peter Collins introduced me to John Wyer down in Argentina in January 1954...
The Sprite and Midget were the best low-budget, mass-production sports cars ever made.
This year’s Barrett-Jackson sale, presented by Ford, was the best-ever auction of Shelby Mustangs.
If you like cars and you buy what you like, a car will always go up in value because, if you consider yourself an aficionado, the odds are that other people will like it too.
I was trying to get a minicab out of the new Wembley stadium the other night.
Lance Reventlow beat me to the punch back in 1958 when he launched his American-built Scarab sport car while the Cobra was still just an idea in my head.
When I was a kid I used to read about the monks that saved the Book of Hours from the rampaging hordes
When we lost Bob Petersen last March, everybody in the automobile world lost one of its finest – and one of my closest – friends.
First of all, let me say I am a huge Lamborghini enthusiast who owns two Miuras, a Countach and an Espada
Whenever I read Letters to the editor in some magazines, people complain about the relevance of the Lamborghinis, the Enzo Ferraris and the SLR McLarens: no-one can drive these things quickly, so what’s the point of having them?
Years ago Donald Healey called me to ask if I’d help him set some speed records on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah.