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  • SUMMER JAGUAR FESTIVAL

    SUMMER JAGUAR FESTIVAL

    24th May 2019

    The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club hosted its biggest event to date as over 1000 cars gathered at a sunny Blenheim Park for its Summer Jaguar Festival on May 12. There was something for everyone, with enthusiasts treated to displays featuring everything from pre-War ‘SS’ models right up to the latest electric I-Pace.

  • UK ROADS ON THE MEND?

    UK ROADS ON THE MEND?

    24th May 2019

    The state of the UK’s roads looks to be improving – but they are still not as good as they were in 2006, if RAC figures for pothole-related callouts are anything to go by.

  • BRIGHTWELLS MAY SALE REVIEW

    BRIGHTWELLS MAY SALE REVIEW

    23rd May 2019

    With an impressive 213 lots, the latest Brightwells sale was a lengthy affair but the catalogue included something for everyone, whatever their taste in old cars.

  • RISE OF THE AUTOJUMBLE

    RISE OF THE AUTOJUMBLE

    23rd May 2019

    The car parts industry has had a significant shake-up over the past decade or more, with particular effect made by online services. New and used parts have found online platforms rather than requiring shop fronts to serve customers, but at the same time there has been growth of a long-established medium – the autojumble.

  • RARE CLASSICS SOLD AT HEYTHROP

    RARE CLASSICS SOLD AT HEYTHROP

    22nd May 2019

    Silverstone Auctions put a wide range of vehicles under the hammer during its maiden visit to Heythrop Park on May 11. There were two sales on the day at the Oxfordshire venue; the Heythrop Classic Car Sale followed by a special auction of British marques.

  • MG CAR CLUB TO HOST OPEN WEEKEND

    MG CAR CLUB TO HOST OPEN WEEKEND

    22nd May 2019

    The MG Car Club’s flagship MGLive! event had to be cancelled after its June 15-16 date was affected by Silverstone’s decision to carry out track maintenance. However, the club has ensured fans of the famous octagon that they needn’t be sat idle that weekend by opening up the doors of its Kimber House headquarters.

  • LONGBRIDGE JOBS AT RISK

    LONGBRIDGE JOBS AT RISK

    21st May 2019

    Longbridge employees face uncertainty following the news that MG Motor UK’s Chinese parent company, SAIC, is looking to downside its operations at the Birmingham site.

  • STAY SAFE IN MOT EXEMPT CLASSICS

    STAY SAFE IN MOT EXEMPT CLASSICS

    20th May 2019

    As we revealed a fortnight ago, the number of historic vehicles being submitted for MoT tests has dropped by more than half since the law was amended last May to exempt cars over 40 years old which had not been substantially altered.