Scottish Transport Extravaganza bosses are on track to record one of their best ever events after the final crowd figures are totted up for the two-day event in the grounds of Glamis Castle.
Few people outside car enthusiast circles would today would know much about, or show much appreciation for, Lea Francis, although for many years it was a significant UK car maker. But like so many other manufacturers, fate was not always on its side….
A fleet of vintage and classic cars descended on the Brooklands Museum in Surrey for the annual Double Twelve Motorsport Festival.
Tayside Classic Car Club is holding its annual show this Sunday.
Want to rent a classic Jaguar, Bentley or Lamborghini – or even a double decker bus or a tank?
The fine weather is finally upon us and it’s the best stretch of the year for a certain kind of motorist.
A spectacular cavalcade of vintage vehicles roared through the Perthshire countryside yesterday,
Tayside’s biggest toybox will be opened up to car fans in an opportunity for them to fulfil their automotive dreams – if the price is right.
If there is one name that has scaled the heights and plumbed the depths of post-war car-making in Britain, it is Rover. However, like so many other great marques of the past, it was sucked into British Leyland and, along with countless others, is no more. One can say it was a quirk of history that made it the longest-surviving name (bar Mini) in the BL portfolio. Of course, the Land Rover name lives on.
Scotland’s first proper snowfall of the year has given crews in this year’s historic Monte Carlo rally run an early taste of what lies ahead of them en route to the principality.