I build race cars, I drive race cars, and I write about race cars.
Although I am based in Europe, it is the American scene; Late Models, Sprint Cars, Modifieds and NASCAR that are my specialist subjects.
This year I will be racing in both UK Sprint Cars and European Late Models.
So with all the racing stuff and the tuning things, you are probably wondering what my daily driver is.
Have a guess.
No, you're wrong. It is actually a Peugeot 106. No, not a Rallye. No, not an XS.
It is 1997 1.5 diesel model. Jelous? You should be.
Allow me to give you a brief run down of the stats. It does 0 to 60 sometimes and has a top speed when going downhill with a tail…
Ok, hate is a strong word. Too strong in this case. I don't hate any Audi cars per se, I just don't particularly like them. One day, I promise to write something about cars I do like.
Audi exists to represent VAG's sport and prestige division, yet they offer nothing to justify this accolade. In the competitive market full of BMWs and Mercedes, Audi offer the consumer some very expensive…Continue
When I was young, Rye House was one of my two favourite Kart tracks. (The other was Fulbeck, if you were interested.) The first corner, Stadium it was called, was epic and required what Duke Nukem would call "BALLS OF STEEL!" The turn is a long sweeping right hander that tightens into a very fast "S" bend. It can be done flat and sideways, which is enormous fun, but not really fast enough on race day. Returning to Rye House after about 15 years away was interesting…Continue