Triumph Stag Review: Its Way Better Than You Might Think

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By Ben Selby It can be rather difficult to be shake off a bad reputation. It takes time and effort to create a good one, but very easy to create a bad one. Some cars get a bad rep, more so than others. Sometimes, it is entirely justified, other times it is utterly undeserved. I firmly believe the bad rep …

The Unbelievable Story of Duncan Hamilton, Jaguar and Le Mans 1953

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By Ben Selby As far as endurance races go, it really is hard to beat the Le Mans 24 Hours. Sure, the Daytona 24 and 12 Hours of Sebring are racing epics worthy of the cult following they have today, but Le Mans is special as its the grand-daddy of them all. Since 1923, there have been countless incredible and …

Jaguar XJS Review: A Cult Classic Cat

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By Ben Selby In the music industry, sometimes a band will release an album which absolutely blows everyone away. Whether its something totally unique or it captures the essence of the time in which it was released, sometimes a great album is capable of changing the way we look at popular culture. The same can be said of cars, particularly …

The Jaguar C Type is Set to Be Reborn

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By Ben Selby The Jaguar C-Type is to be reborn, with the iconic British marque adding the Le Mans winning sports car to its Classic Continuation programme. The C-Type Continuation will be based on the 1953 Le Mans winner of Duncan Hamilton and Tony Rolt. This received a power boost from an enlarged 3.4-litre straight six with triple Weber carburetors, …

Baby Aston Martin DB5 Not Just for Kids

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Developed by Aston Martin and The Little Car Company, the same company which created the small Bugatti Type 35 recreation, the DB5 Junior is a two third’s scale electric Aston DB5. Sitting at 3m long and 1.1m wide, the DB5 Junior is said to easily accommodate parent and child. Power is rated at 5kW. The top speed is limited to …