Category Archives: Motorsport

Rebecca Jackson, Rebecca Racer, Jet Social, Jess Shanahan, DriveWrite Automotive

Rebecca Jackson Races KTM X-Bow GT4 In Euro GT Series

Jess Shanahan writes: Perfectly in-line with Project Le Mans, Rebecca Jackson will compete in the SRO European GT Series in a KTM X-Bow GT4. Rebecca, popularly known as Rebecca Racer, is working on Project Le Mans, her four-year plan to progress up to GT racing and the highly prestigious Le Mans 24-hour endurance race. Continue reading

classic cars, the italian job, DriveWrite Automotive, car blog, motoring blog

Remembering Classic Cars

Remember The Italian Job? Not the cheesy American remake but the 1969 original set mostly in Turin with classic cars, proper minis and the bloody doors. Of course you do. When you see it in the TV schedules you bookmark it to watch even though you can probably recite the whole script. In fact, you probably have the DVD. Continue reading

Honda Civic Type R, DriveWrite Automotive, motoring blog, car blog

Honda Civic Type R – Men 2 Boyz

One of the things that gladdens my heart is the knowledge that car makers are still prepared to build cars like the Honda Civic Type R featured here. Cars that fly in the face of the current mood of eco-consciousness like a hot dog stand at a vegan conference. People who ask, ‘what is the point of vents and gills that don’t appear to do anything’, are, by saying that, missing the very point of them. Continue reading

Turn Eight, T8, BRSCC, DriveWrite Automotive

Turn Eight Racing Joins The BRSCC Porsche Championship

Turn Eight, T8, Racing, BRSCCFormer Classic Stock Hatch driver Gavin Johnson and two-time Classic Stock Hatch champion Pip Hammond to race a Porsche 924 with Turn Eight Racing. Making the move from front wheel drive retro hot hatches to the rear wheel drive Porsche, Johnson and Hammond will be sharing the car during the 2016 season of the Porsche Championship. Continue reading

Volvo, Polestar, DriveWrite Automotive, motoring blog, car blog

Volvo Polestar Performance Parts

As I am, this very morning, in receipt of a very smart Volvo S60 for a week of Swedish comfort cruising, I feel honour bound to mention that Polestar, Volvo’s sporting cousin, has introduced a whole new line of high-performance products called Polestar Performance Parts, which offer, they say, even more driving pleasure to Volvo drivers. Continue reading

floods, driving, FEV, DriveWrite Automotive, flood

Top Tips For Driving Through Flood Water

With all the terrible flooding parts of the UK have seen recently, comes endless flood images on social media and the news showing stranded cars. Naturally a portion of the vehicles you see in these pictures have been swept away, or were parked before the water arrived and there is very little that can be done in these cases. Continue reading

Nissan GT-R, West Way Nissan, DriveWrite Automotive

Nissan GT-R: My Favourite Car Of 2015

In 2015 I have had the privilege of driving more cars than ever before. It’s been a great year and I’m grateful to all the manufacturers and press officers who made it possible. I don’t usually participate in all this COTY stuff because all the motors are different: differently designed for different people for different purposes to cater for different needs, seen differently. Continue reading

Classic cars, supercars, DriveWrite Automotive

Wilton Classic & Supercar Show – Now Summer 2017

For the last couple of years I have really enjoyed attending this event and was looking forward to renewing my acquaintance with some fine metal in 2016. The bad news then is that I won’t. With the new vision for the Wilton Classic & Supercar being, they say, as exciting as it is ambitious, it has been decided today to reschedule the event for the Summer of 2017. Continue reading