Motorists reconsider electric cars amid lockdown

Motorists reconsider electric cars amid lockdown

The positive and immediate global impact of the imposed lockdown on the environment boosts motorist’s willingness to drive an electric vehicle, reports Venson

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Ford v Ferrari at Bonhams

Ford v Ferrari at Bonhams

Ford GT and Ferraris go head-to-head at Goodwood members’ meeting sale The famous rivalry between Ford and Ferrari which played out on the Le Mans circuit in the 1960s, comes to the Bonhams saleroom at the Goodwood Members’ Meeting sale on 29 March. In view of the current situation members...

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Bentley Mulliner Bacalar marks return to coachbuilding

Bentley Mulliner Bacalar marks return to coachbuilding

Bentley has taken the wraps of the Mulliner Bacalar, its first two seater in decades. Just 12 of these will be built, each one of which has already been sold. The name comes from the Laguna Bacalar in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, a lake famous for its natural beauty. This is...

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Traffic Watch: Upcoming London home football

Traffic Watch: Upcoming London home football

MEN’S GAMES March 14 Fulham v Cardiff City, 19:45 QPR v Barnsley, 15:00 March 15 Tottenham v Man Utd, 16:30 March 20 Tottenham v West Ham Utd, 20:00 March 21  Chelsea v Man City, 12:30 QPR v Fulham, 12:30 March 25 Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday, 15:00 April 4 Arsenal v...

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Where is World Rugby Heading?

Where is World Rugby Heading?

World Rugby had a spectacular World Cup late last year in Japan. It was actually three weeks too long (longer than the football World Cup and the Olympics), it experienced the odd earthquake or two (Scotland and Ireland lost to Japan) as well as a hurricane which flooded pitches and...

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More power and better quality for next generation ‘Toyobaru’

More power and better quality for next generation ‘Toyobaru’

Toyota and Subaru’s jointly developed sports car, sold as both the Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ, has been confirmed to see a second generation. We know that the next car will carry on the spirit of the current model, with a Toyota designed chassis and Subaru boxer engine under the...

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Mustang name for Ford’s first EV

Mustang name for Ford’s first EV

Ford’s history is filled with iconic nameplates, whichever Ford you’re familiar with. Australians tell stories of the BA Falcon while here in Britain it’s the RS Cosworths. But it’s America’s Ford, the company’s true home, that is known throughout the world. The F-Series pickups are among the best-selling vehicles on...

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Rugby World Cup: Thank You Japan

Rugby World Cup: Thank You Japan

Huge congratulation to South Africa for winning their third World Cup. They seem to do it every twelve years. But the stars were really the Japanese and their fabulous rugby team. For a game which is not essential to its culture, their games on television attracted the largest ever viewing...

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The Debate On VAR

VAR (Video Assistant Referee) was introduced to the world stage, in the 2018 World Cup. Since its inception there has been debate between footballers, managers, officials and fans about whether it is beneficial to football. VAR was conceived in the early 2010s under the direction of the Royal Netherlands Football...

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Electric Swedish car to cost just £15k

Electric Swedish car to cost just £15k

When you think of Swedish cars you may picture a Saab or maybe a safe, boxy Volvo. Maybe some of you may imagine a Koenigsegg with a place among the world’s fastest production cars. Now a new electric start-up wants you to think of something else. Uniti has taken the...

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