With DCT gearboxes appearing in everything from Ferraris to toasters, is the death knell sounding for the manual gearbox – and does this signal the end of an era for performance cars? Gaz ponders the demise of our trusted comrade…..
Author Gary Reilly
Just as Honda are about to launch an all new Civic Type R – now uncharacteristically turbocharged – we take a look back at what many believe is the pinnacle of Honda’s B-series cars, and one of the greatest handling FWD cars ever.
With large naturally aspirated engines dying a slow death thanks to increasingly strict emissions regulations, we take a peep back through time at BMW’s mammoth and unapologetic V12 super-coupe
Held at the NEC in Birmingham since 1991, the annual Autosport show has come to be known as one of the UK’s biggest motorsport events on the calendar. Making my first trip over (although some of my co
Sunday 6th June saw the annual Causeway Ford Fair (http://www.causewayfordfair.co.uk) take place at Portrush again. Held in the grounds of the Dunluce Centre, the show was one of the bigger Ford shows
Despite cold, wet and wintry conditions, performance car enthusiasts were not about to let the weather dampen their passion for motoring and January 24th saw the first Pistonheads NI ‘Cars &
Whilst a small minority of motorsport fans anxiously spent last week waiting to see how Lewis Hamilton would fare in the Brazilian F1 Grand Prix, it can be safely said that the rest of the UK was focu
Once a year, the NEC Exhibition Centre in Birmingham plays host to the Classic Motor Show. This is probably the largest show of it’s kind in the UK, featuring over 1000 cars and covering five hundred