I absolutely love Pugs and French Bulldogs. I don’t know what it is about their smashed up, snuffling little faces or their cross eyed, tongue lolling grins that makes me adore them. Maybe its just because I’m a dog person. Whatever the case, allow me to introduce you to the fifth generation, 2010 Legacy B4 GT tS, the automotive equivalent…of the Pug. Read more
What a fantastic little car this Mazda is. Dead and gone is the stigma of the Roadster being a hairdresser’s car. That place is now firmly reserved for the Porsche Boxster. People who cut hair make much more money these days…
I received an email recently from a friend of mine, Julien Beraud, who has developed quite a taste for the Japanese way of life and more importantly, Japanese cars. Julien is the owner of two Skylines; a 600HP V-Spec R34 that he recently acquired and this rare gem, a genuine one of a kind, Veilside R32 GTS-T.
Ken Fujii is someone who doesn’t let age interfere with his hobby. Even at the ripe old age of 50, he’s cruising the streets around Kobe, Osaka and Kyoto in what is arguably the widest Honda NSX in Japan.
Honda Japan has made some very strange decisions lately, none of those more bizarre than the daft choice of pulling out of F1 a year before the team they abandoned went on to win the F1 WDC and Constructors championships. To say they choked isn’t even close to the truth. They committed sporting suicide.
The new 2010 Mazdaspeed Axela (Mazda 3 MPS as it’s known in foreign markets) is the type of car that enjoys getting up in public and telling everyone in its roughest voice that it enjoys eating kittens. For breakfast.
We don’t often feature high performance Euros (in fact this is the first time) but Audi’s powerhouse sedan was an offer too good to refuse for Adam, especially when that offer included a drive in a modified R35 Nissan GT-R! For the first in this two part series, let’s have a look at how the Audi RS6 handled the Hakone Skyline road in Shizuoka.
After laying eyes on this AE86 you would be quick to think that it belongs in a wrecking yard, scrap heap or basically anywhere but on a circuit. Remember though how when you were young your mother told you not to judge a book by its cover? Read more
I’m sure when Suzuki named their lightweight convertible sports car “Cappuccino” they never envisioned it’d be tuned quite like this. Take Off are renowned throughout Japan as the go to place for Kei car tuning and parts and all their know-how has culminated in this crazy Suzuki Cappuccino race car. Let’s take a look at this not-so-lightweight Kei circuit special… Read more