The drive of my life
Flat-out in the Rimac Nevera
You'd be forgiven for being confused by the recent rush of electric hypercars, or being unenthused by a breed of car whose crazy power and price seem unusable and unattainable...
Ferrari and me
When I first visited Ferrari in September 1982 on a private visit to Italy, Il Commendatore Enzo Ferrari was still very much the autocrat, at least of the racing department...
Skiing and driving
It’s no wonder I fell in love with it at an early age. The sheer speed was breathtaking to behold. And back then it really looked fast, too. I know technology has moved on...
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
Porsche 911 Carrera T (992) review
Does the base engine, a manual gearbox and a locking differential make for the perfect 911 Carrera recipe? Andrew Frankel went to LA to find out