How not to become a motoring journalist: Part two
If we were better organised here at Ti, I’d have written this last month, on the 45th anniversary of the one and only Grand Prix victory scored by the Tyrrell-Ford Project 34..
I Witnessed: The Cinquecento’s 50th birthday
Only in Italy will an entire city turn out to celebrate a car. Andrew English was in Turin when the Cinquecento's birthday festivities ran through the night
The whistling began at 3000rpm, the jet-like whine at three-and-a-half, and the rocket-like surge at four. Then the car speared forward as if another engine altogether had cut in..
Michael Schumacher’s best race in Formula 1
Every new year, the scavengers of the tabloid media return to peck what they can off some old and familiar bones. What makes this more unedifying than usual is they are the story...
The man who saved Jaguar
The meal had been lavish and the wine magnificent beneath the chandelier of the ancient dining room in The Welcombe Hotel, a grand old English country house just outside Stratford-Upon-Avon...