The best cars from the ‘90s

We recently brought you the great cars from the first part of the 1990s - this story covers the best from the final years

Can F1 turn back from its heavyweight path?

OPINION: Current F1 cars are the heaviest yet, but is there another way forward that still satisfies key criteria? Autosport Engineering columnist Lucas di Grassi presents the case for an alternative, and explains the philosophical stumbling blocks that could hinder it

20 of the best Pininfarina classics

30 jaw-dropping classic Italian coupés

Big-selling cars now vanishing from our roads

We look at the fate of some of the most popular cars of the 70s and 80s

10 cars that should never have been made

BTCC Croft: Turkington claims pole in ‘retired’ BMW

Four-time British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington bounced back from his Oulton Park shunt last time out to claim pole position for the fifth round of the series at Croft.

Mercedes hopes for swift resolution to 2026 F1 engine rules delay

Mercedes is eager that the FIA doesn't delay for too long finalising Formula 1’s new engine regulations for 2026, amid speculation that the plans could fall back beyond this summer.

Top LMP2 squad Jota to run customer Porsche 963 LMDh in 2023 WEC

Multiple Le Mans 24 Hours class winner Jota will field a new Porsche 963 LMDh in next year’s World Endurance Championship.

EU approves end of combustion engine sales by 2035

The European Union approved a plan to end the sale of vehicles with combustion engines by 2035 in Europe, the 27-member bloc announced early Wednesday, in a bid to reduce CO2 emissions to zero. The measure, first proposed in July 2021, will mean a de facto halt to sales of petrol and diesel cars as well as light commercial vehicles and a complete shift to electric engines in the European Union from 2035. The plan is intended to help achieve the...

25 glorious Goodwood Festival of Speed classics

Everything we know about Newey’s ‘no rules’ F1-level Red Bull hypercar

Formula 1 design legend Adrian Newey has always had an affinity for projects outside of grand prix racing, getting creative with new concepts and ideas.

Peugeot "starting from scratch" in WEC as Monza debut nears

Peugeot feels it is “starting from scratch” in the World Endurance Championship as it gears up for its highly-anticipated debut at Monza next month.

BTCC Croft: Lloyd doubles up to beat Ingram in Hyundai 1-2

Dan Lloyd made it two wins out of two at the Croft round of the British Touring Car Championship by leading home Tom Ingram for an Excelr8 Motorsport Hyundai 1-2.

2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed: Sunday livestream

The 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed runs this weekend, with the fourth and final day of action from the famous hillclimb on Sunday.

Build Your Own Ferrari Brick-by-Brick with the LEGO Daytona SP3

The 3,778-piece LEGO set was designed as a 1:8 scale model of the real Ferrari Daytona SP3.

Pirelli plans stronger F1 front tyre for 2023 to dial out understeer

Pirelli plans to introduce a stronger front tyre next year to reduce the understeer that a number of Formula 1 drivers, including Max Verstappen, don’t like with the current cars.

Caterham Seven 170R 2022 review

With no windscreen and no frills, the Caterham Seven 170R is focused solely on driving fun. We strap in for a blustery good time.

Campbell prefers IMSA seat to WEC with works Porsche 963 LMDh

Porsche factory driver Matt Campbell says he would prefer an IMSA SportsCar Championship programme in 2023 to racing the marque's new 963 LMDh in the World Endurance Championship.

40 of the best ever Bentleys

Max Chilton breaks Goodwood hillclimb record in McMurtry Automotive Speirling

Ex-Formula 1 and IndyCar driver Max Chilton has broken both official and unofficial hillclimb records at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed aboard the McMurtry Automotive Speirling fan car.

How electric vehicles are inspiring a new generation of tires

More and more carmakers -- who will no longer be able to sell new combustion-engine vehicles in Europe from 2035 -- are working with tire manufacturers to develop more long-lasting, eco-friendly and even connected tires specifically for electric cars. The latest example of this is a partnership between Hyundai and Michelin to develop and produce next-generation tires specifically for the South Korean manufacturer's future electric vehicles. The...

All the winners of the Engine of the Year award - does your car have one?

From a frugal 1.0-litre to a mighty 3.9-litre V8, here’s a list of the overall winners of the International Engine of the Year trophy

Ocon: British GP upgrades should boost Alpine's F1 form

Esteban Ocon hopes the latest batch of upgrades from the Alpine Formula 1 team will give the team a boost heading into the British Grand Prix.

20 of the Most Powerful SUVs and Crossovers You Can Buy for 2022

Luxury? Check. Power? Check. Presence? You better believe it. Here are some of the most potent people movers on the road today.

Ranked: the best-selling convertibles ever made

What are the biggest selling drop-tops in the world? Some of them might surprise you

Williams to trial updated F1 aero package at British GP

Williams will have an updated aerodynamics package for its FW44 Formula 1 car for the British Grand Prix, which will be added to Alex Albon's car to assess performance.

McLaren: Budget cap uncertainty has 'put handbrake' on F1 upgrades

McLaren has revealed that concerns about Formula 1's budget cap have contributed to it 'pulling the handbrake' on further developments to its 2022 MCL36 car for now.

Norris: Silverstone will highlight "big differences" in 2022 F1 cars

Lando Norris believes Silverstone will highlight the “big differences” in the 2022 Formula 1 cars through the high-speed corners at one of the fastest tracks on the calendar.

The radical steering innovation being refined in motorsport

Steer-by-wire technology from Schaeffler-Paravan has removed the need for a steering column, and logged over a billion miles of accident-free road use. The innovation is now being fine-tuned in competition in the DTM, where all involved are confident that the technology has the potential to change car design forever

JDC-Miller becomes first Porsche LMDh customer in IMSA

Porsche has announced JDC-Miller Motorsport as its first customer team that will field a single 963 LMDh car in the IMSA SportsCar Championship's GTP class next year.

M-Sport boss puts WRC drivers to work to help repair Safari cars

M-Sport drivers Gus Greensmith and Adrien Fourmaux were put to work by team boss Malcolm Wilson to help repair their cars following crashes at Safari Rally Kenya.

Alfa Romeo no longer limited on spare F1 parts from British GP

Alfa Romeo will have enough spare parts from this weekend’s British Grand Prix to not need to run old components in Friday Formula 1 practice sessions.

Tesla Plaid YouTuber Boils Brakes and Crashes at 170 MPH

Brake fluid is part of the braking system, too.

F1 teams given more scope to fix engine reliability issues

Formula 1 teams will be given more scope to address engine reliability concerns this year following rule changes approved by the FIA on Wednesday.

Norisring DTM qualifying format tweak will avoid traffic “disaster”

DTM drivers have welcomed the decision to hold split qualifying sessions for this weekend’s Norisring round, praising the “fair option” for preventing a “disaster” dictated by traffic.

Volkswagen Polo review

The Volkswagen Polo supermini continues to attract buyers with its upmarket image, fizzy TSI engines and no-nonsense usability.

The stars of the Goodwood Festival of Speed car park

The car park of the UK's most important motor show is always a treat, and the 2022 event is no exception...

The car world's greatest missed opportunities

We look at the cars that could have been highly successful, but weren't for a wide variety of reasons

DTM drivers call for changes to improve pitlane safety

Two-time DTM champion Marco Wittmann believes that the series should consider “a change in the rules” to deter unsafe releases and improve the safety of mechanics in the pits.

F1 22 game review: A worthy upgrade despite glamorisation

The F1 22 video game features lifestyle additions, clothing customisation and the opportunity to drive road-going supercars – but these are merely a distraction in what remains a genre-defining single-player experience.

ByKolles LMH a “better piece of engineering” than LMP1 car

ByKolles’ new Vanwall Le Mans Hypercar has been described as a “much better piece of engineering” than its LMP1 predecessor by team stalwart Tom Dillmann.

Red Bull reveals plans for Newey-designed £5 million hypercar

The Advanced Technologies arm of Red Bull's Formula 1 team has revealed plans to launch its own £5 million hypercar, set to be released in 2025.

Bruni not expecting Porsche LMDh seat, could look elsewhere

Gianmaria Bruni accepts he's unlikely to be part of Porsche's 2023 LMDh programme and is willing to look elsewhere to contest the World Endurance Championship’s Hypercar category.

Hitch-Mounted Cargo Carriers for Road Trippers

Forget roof racks. For a more accessible way to stow your gear, check out these hitch-mounted carriers.

UK return “difficult” for DTM – Berger

DTM boss Gerhard Berger says returning to race in the UK for the first time since 2019 is “very difficult” to foresee in the near future.

Kobayashi to cover for Hawksworth at IMSA Canadian Tire Motorsport Park round

Toyota World Endurance Championship driver Kamui Kobayashi will race for sister marque Lexus and the Vasser Sullivan team in this weekend’s Canadian round of the IMSA SportsCar Championship.

Porsche LMDh entry in WEC Bahrain depends on testing progress

Porsche will make a decision on whether to race its 963 LMDh prototype in November’s Bahrain World Endurance Championship finale based on the results of testing through the summer.

Audi Advantage extends warranty, servicing and roadside assist

Audi Advantage program extends capped-price servicing, roadside assist, and manufacturer warranty.

27 lesser-spotted classic roadsters