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…
Overtaking and sticking the legal limit on country roads isn’t safe, in fact it’s downright dangerous, but Robert Pepper says he might have a solution.
The European Commission is pushing for 19 new ‘life-saving’ technologies to be included as standard on new cars with the aim of halving road deaths by 2020.
Tesla, just about everyone on the planet has heard of the electric car company and all are in Wizard-of-Oz like awe… Jane Speechely gets her hands on the wheel of a Tesla Model S.
Australia has mandated stability control be fitted to all new cars, yet some people insist on disabling it. Are they right?
Richard Bosselman has bought a race car. Actually, he’s bought an old MX-5 to race. Same thing, yeah?
Enjoy driving your car while you can. Enjoy using a manual gearshift yourself while you can… because the future of driving is likely to be boring.
The big problems with autonomous cars aren’t technical, they’re human.
A friend reached out on Facebook the other day asking what SUV her and hubby should buy to accomodate their one child…
Long-legged Gran Turismo cars used to be the weapon of choice for a long-distance drive across the Continent… that’s all changed says Paul Horrell.
The new Holden Commodore which is also the Opel/Vauxhall Insignia and Buick Regal will be the country’s next Gen2 Supercar… what will challenge it?
Very few people in Australia have realised that by 2025 you won’t be able to drive a diesel car in Paris, Athens, Madrid or Mexico City…