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Catching up

I’m trying to catch up with my blogs…. back in November we were invited to friend car design engineer Professor Gordon Murray’s retrospective on all the cars he has designed over 50 years. 129 more words


Daily News: Thursday 11/2/2017

Ferrari Threatens to Leave Formula One

Earlier this week, Formula One announced new rules regulating regarding powertrains, in a move to homogenize the competition and make the ease of entry for smaller teams more bearable. 356 more words


INTRODUCING / TVR Griffith World Premiere at the Goodwood Revival with Gordon Murray.

What’s a Motorshow without a World Premiere?

This Friday, for the first time ever,  the Goodwood Revival hosted a new car launch. This historic event, held in the Earls Court Motor Show venue at the Revival, was also the global relaunch of a great British brand – TVR. 705 more words


Yes, they're still around: TVR unveils the Griffith

What looked to be yet another sports car company gone to pasture, British-based TVR has instead celebrated its 70th anniversary by unveiling its latest car, the Griffith, at the Goodwood Revival in the U.K. 120 more words


TVR's back. Again

TVR is nothing but consistent. They’ve been making wild, rear wheel drive sports cars then closing down since 1947. To celebrate the marque’s 70th anniversary TVR has finally released images of its new car, bringing back the marque and its Griffith moniker. 456 more words


TVR reveals reborn Griffith sports car

Earlier this week, British sports car brand TVR unveiled their all new Griffith, their first car since their rebirth in 2013.

Before I go into performance numbers and specs, let’s just talk about how this thing looks. 223 more words

Upcoming Cars

Plugging a good cause

Forgive me for promoting, but we’ve a friend who has an fascinating project on the go: Professor Gordon Murray (F1 designer) and his design team have been developing the OX flat-pack truck, designed with a view to benefiting people living in remote villages and townships across Africa and other parts of the developing world; in fact it could be shipped in as a flatpack to emergencies anywhere in the world, it takes 3 people to build in a day, and can overcome almost any terrain. 109 more words