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Requiem for a 5-Series

Back in 2009, BMW introduced the 5-Series GT – a car few have felt much affection for, the poor thing. As BMW readies a new model for 2017, we pay tribute to BMW’s niche-bender by recounting the dolorous tale of one such car. 732 more words

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Simon A. Kearne Interviews Sir Basil

In a recently transcribed interview  Driventowrite’s senior editor Simon A. Kearne matches wits with engineering legend, Sir Basil Milford-Vestible. 

It has been long assumed that Sir Basil Milford-Vestible never gave interviews, but a moth-eaten copy of… 1,515 more words

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FCA name Tripp Hardcrotch as new CKO

It’s another round of musical chairs at the Italo-American car maker, with particularly resonant changes being brought to the company’s sartorial department. 

In yet another surprising move, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO, Sergio Marchionne, has promoted Wichita-born Tripp Hardcrotch as Chief Knitwear Officer. 245 more words

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Throttlegod Decides - Pagani Huayra BC

EDITOR’S NOTE : My Founders have recently asked me to investigate the possibility of securing some advertising revenue. All the feelers I have put out suggest that we first need to attract a wider readership to this site. 1,459 more words

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Theme : Special - An Early Bath

As a fiftieth sporting anniversary fast approaches, we combine this month’s theme with our Print The Legend series and look at what could have been one of the first-ever Special Editions. 441 more words

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Publishers Weekly review of DEATH IN THE FACE

“Set in 1962, McDonald’s fine ninth Hector Lassiter novel (after Print the Legend) takes the 62-year-old writer and an old friend of his, 54-year-old Ian Fleming (the creator of James Bond), to Japan. 135 more words

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Theme : Economy - The Open Road

London, September 2025 : A Modern Motorist Writes

It’s now 10 years since the revelations regarding the erstwhile car producer, Volkswagen, came to light. Initially, industry experts predicted that it would be a large storm, but one that would soon subside. 820 more words

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