The shape of things to come... until our back pains go away

Matt Prior: The SUV is no fad... just so long as we don't fix our backs

With their smooth rides and higher seating positions, SUVs' ease of use means they're going to be around for a while

by Matt Prior
13 December 2019
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Sainz and Norris
Superstar-in-waiting Lando Norris, alongside teammate Carlos Sainz

Opinion: Don't let Lando Norris's cheery exterior fool you...

... the young racer is a steely competitor as any, boding good things for British Formula 1

by Tony Dodgins
13 December 2019
Motorsport
Ogier won three rounds of the WRC in the C3 this season

Opinion: Ogier-Citroen split suggests big drama for next season

With Ogier leaving Citroën and the French manufacturer leaving the WRC shortly after him, we look forward to an intriguing 2020

by Autocar
12 December 2019
Motorsport
T50 render
How Gordan Murray's T50 could look, according to Autocar

Opinion: The T50 is special; it needs special owners, too

McLaren F1-inspired hypercar offers a radically different experience from mainstream rivals. Owners must understand its unique charms

by Steve Cropley
10 December 2019
New cars
Verstappen and Leclerc: the biggest threats to Hamilton

Opinion: F1's young guns have Hamilton in their crosshairs

Which of the generation Z talents will make Hamilton generation ex?

by Tony Dodgins
10 December 2019
Motorsport
Land Rover red
Baby Land Rover will look ‘smoother’ than the DC100 concepts

Opinion: Land Rover's new models were inevitable

CO2 limits and demand for affordable SUVs make baby Land Rover a no-brainer, while the EV Defender Sport has flagship potential

by Hilton Holloway
9 December 2019
New cars
Faraday Future FF 91 E interior
If you're watching the screens, who's doing the driving?

Matt Prior: The connectivity trend is a car with no wheels

Faraday Future is the latest firm to push the car as a digital playground, but we've got all the tech we need on our phones

by Matt Prior
6 December 2019
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Jose Carlos Pace
1975 Brazilian GP: Pace's Brabham won from sixth on the grid

Brabham is back and may be heading for Le Mans

Revived after a period of dormancy, the British marque could tussle with an equally regenerated Peugeot at Le Mans 2022

by Simon Arron
6 December 2019
Motorsport
British Hillclimb Championship

Why hillclimbing is the underrated hero of motorsport

A range of spectacular cars, enthralling tussles and grass-roots fun are just some of the reasons you should check out the British Hillclimb Championship

by Autocar
5 December 2019
Motorsport
Andrew Jordan
Andrew Jordan won six times in 2019, but, despite this, his drive isn't safe

Racing lines: Money rules - even if you're a BTCC champion

Andrew Jordan lost out on a second British Touring Car title by just two points. Now, he might lose his car...

by Damien Smith
5 December 2019
Motorsport
Max Verstappen

Has Max Verstappen grown too big for his boots?

The Dutchman's gung-ho approach risks beginning to rankle and opens him to charges of arrogance

by Tony Dodgins
29 November 2019
Motorsport
Ferrari Roma
When in Rome: Ferrari's launch was same day as Elva's

Matt Prior: Ferrari's competitiveness shows in the new Roma

The prancing horse firm has long had a habit of reacting to rivals, and its latest V8-powered coupe takes aim at the McLaren Elva and Aston's DB11

by Matt Prior
29 November 2019
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