Ford caused quite the stir when it showed off its brand new Ka city car in 1996 to the public. The design was splitting opinions at the time, but the Ka grew on to be one of the most successful small cars of all time, and even hailed as a 'spiritual successor to the Mini'. Now a decade later from production ceasing, are they still worth buying as a runaround or first car?
In what is perhaps a world record-breaking 'least interesting internet leak ever', images of the new Peugeot 508 have surfaced online before its official reveal at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
In line with ever-changing consumer and economic demands within the diesel car industry, Porsche has officially dropped all diesel models throughout their range, after just eight years of offering an oil-burner in the range.
Ferrari have unveiled the 488's big mean brother, the 488 Pista. 'Pista' is Italian for 'Track', so it goes without saying that it's been designed with the intention to be put round a circuit, and from what the Italian supercar manufacturer has said, it should be able to do this pretty damn fast.
Electronic Arts has made the decision to release a remastered version of one of it's most popular racing games of all time - Burnout Paradise.
British manufacturer Lotus has launched a new version of the 3-Eleven extreme track toy, that appears to be a blend of the Lotus Exige and the Ariel Atom, two of the most exciting things on four wheels to take round a circuit.
Last updated: 26th Feburary 2018 at 11:30
Force India and Toro Rosso have today shown off their 2018 contenders, just as testing at Barcelona commences.
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Although Valentino points out that it’s difficult to understand where Yamaha stand just from testing, the Doctor is clear that himself and Yamaha “have to improve” as they “didn’t make much progress compared to last year”.
Tech 3 Yamaha rider Johann Zarco had a very successful test at the Chang International circuit which the Frenchman states is a “fantastic sign for Qatar”.