Rugby goes off road

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The tensions are building as the fans prepare themselves for the biggest Rugby World Cup, and Land Rover is proud to be official sponsors of the tournament. The Brand believes that real rugby develops from the ground up, starting literally at grass roots, supporting local teams in a fantastic sport. So between now and the... Read more

Welcome to Abarth

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Sturgess is proud to have recently taken on Abarth cars…. But what is Abarth? Abarth is the brain child of Carlo Abarth, who in 1949 decided that he wanted to create a brand of cars that embodied performance, and using his star sign of Scorpio, put the strong symbol of the scorpion to his cars,... Read more

Alfa Romeo Test Drive Competition

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The Alfa Romeo MiTo is the ultimate expression of Italian style, performance and technology, blended together to deliver a truly unique driving experience. And there has never been a better time to experience the MiTo. As the official UK partner of the film ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E’, Alfa Romeo is offering customers the chance to... Read more

Most Expensive Jaguar in the World

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At an auction held on the 15th of August, in California, a 1953 Jaguar C-Type sold for £8.4Million, making it the most expensive Jaguar in the world. The C-Type once was the car to be seen at Le Mans, racing around the course at an average speed of 103mph. Jaguar dominated the racing world with... Read more

Chris Evans Cars

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Yes, it’s the new face of BBC Top Gear- Chris Evans, and as you can imagine he’s had a rather busy few months. Not only did we experience the return of TFI Friday, Chris publicly encouraged people to send in videos of themselves for the position of co-presenter on the new Top Gear. Recently Mr... Read more

Road Charging to be trialled in England!

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Electric Cars will be powered by chargers under the road surface, and this trial is to take part right here in England. As most might know, Electric cars need to be recharged after around 100 miles and “plugged in” to a charging point either at home or one of the national charging points. But a... Read more

Diesel at an all time low

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For the past year we’ve benefited from low petrol prices, after years of paying top prices of around £1.45 a litre. Now prices are down to around 110p to 112p a litre. As I pulled up at the petrol station I noticed that petrol was down to 112.9p- fantastic, I’ll fill up the tank, but... Read more

You couldn’t live without this Girrrlll!

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If you’ve got 4 minutes to spare, I plead with you to watch the new Hyundai viral video staring the one and only Kelly Brook. Model and Actress Ms Brook shows off her skills and brings a real comedy element to this piece, written and directed by Oliver Parsons through Red Bee Media. This will... Read more

Having a breakdown

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In a recent survey it was found that only one in six cars, aged 6 years and over was actually covered by a breakdown service, despite breaking down being the top of drivers worry list, when it comes to problems. The biggest concern amongst drivers was traffic jams and breaking down was second, combine the... Read more

Volvo Cars Buys 100 Per Cent of Polestar

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Volvo Cars has acquired 100% of Swedish high performance car company Polestar, with the brand name now to be used as the model name for special high performance Volvos. Volvo and Polestar share an illustrious history and have both been working in motor sport since 1996, joining forces to jointly develop Polestar versions of Volvo... Read more