They say bigger is better but size, in cars, doesn’t matter as much as you think.
The best car for long-distance touring is no longer really a car. BACK IN DECEMBER my colleague Paul Horrell made a cogent case that the GT, or grand tourer sports car, offered no advantage over a normal hatchback. He argued that back in the day there was a significant difference
Late last year, Toyota and Subaru announced a recall on the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ over power steering issues.
It seems that whenever it rains the road becomes something like a version of Mario Brothers… with many drivers refusing to use their headlights.
Our opinions are defined by our experience, and nowhere is that more true than in car ownership.
“Gee, you’re brave …” that’s what the majority of friends, family and colleagues said, when I told them I was going back to Summernats. Alone.
Another Christmas holiday season, another wave of Australian families impacted by the tragedy of our – increasing – road toll.
For proof that practicalmotoring.com.au isn’t your usual car review site, look no further than Alex Rae’s review of the Nissan GT-R.
The zone at the end of an overtaking lane is where bad things happen, but there is a solution.
Rosco McGlashan holds the Australian land speed record and unofficially* holds the world land speed record … but the Australian Tax Office seems to have crushed his dream of hitting 1600km/h.
This week I’ve been swanning about in a refreshed 2017 Subaru BRZ… but I haven’t track tested it, rather I’ve family tested it. Did it pass?
Electronic stability control is a lifesaver on a passenger car, but do we need to leave it on when driving on racetracks?
Ah, the first days of the New Year. When we all promise ourselves we’ll be thinner, fitter, smarter and richer this year, than we were in the last.
I love the variation in my job, which overlaps seamlessly into my recreation.
This year (2016) is over and done with as far as motorsports is concerned, so our Lewis Isaacs lists his New Year’s motorsport wish list…