How much do you like pizza? Well, I can answer for myself and say ‘very much’. During a night out in October with some friends, I was set a challenge: drive to Italy for pizza.
It’s somewhat remarkable that in a relatively short space of time, Goodwood has become a household name associated with motorsport. Back in the 1980s, Goodwood was a run-down circuit capable of hosting track days and occasional test sessions.
Spend a few days with David Millar and you will at some point end up having a few drinks with him. He loves to talk, listen and pose questions. And after a few drinks, David becomes even more passionate about what he’s up to and what makes him tick.
Introducing our first Private Motor Club project car. After months of searching this 1977 Porsche 911 SC 3.0 came up on eBay and moments later we were on route to take a look around it.
Private Motor Club were recently invited by Maserati to experience their Master Maserati driving course in Italy. Specifically their Master Premium course at the Varano circuit near Parma.
Sometimes change can come from the most unlikely of places. Over 25 years ago, Honda – a brand best known for producing some of the world’s best motorbikes and plenty of extremely reliable, if dull, family road cars – redefined the world’s expectations of what a supercar should be.
Back in 2014 we had the privilege of following Felix Baumgartner as he prepared for the drive of his life at the Nurburgring 24hr. Felix was learning to drive the super fast Audi R8 LMS ultra in just three months! And needless to say, he needed to bring his A-game to the mighty Grüne Holle!
Goodwood Motor Circuit in the 80s was a very different place to how it is now. Much like any childhood memory, the nights were long and life was full of fun with none of the stresses modern life seems to dish out to us.
Recently we had the pleasure of driving the fantastic Bentley Mulsanne. The car, as you would expect, is utterly sublime. We could have given you a glowing road test discussing how you can travel across Europe in this car without ever breaking a sweat.
Back in September we drove down to the legendary Circuit des Remparts held in Angouleme, France. Rather than just drive straight down on our own, we joined Classic Grand Touring for their popular driving tour – they have been going for over 20 years.