Tony Smythe knew he might find secrets when he came to write a book about his father, the 1930s Everest pioneer Frank Smythe. But he hadn't anticipated they might include Frank's discovery of George Mallory's
The Ducati 1199 gets the café racer treatment. When Ducati replaced it's much lusted-after Ducati 1198 with the 1199 Paginale battle axe, no one cried except for owners who had just purchased an 1198.
There's been a raft of bankruptcies declared among niche European automakers recently. In the past year, the Cosworth, Gumpert, Artega, Lola and the London Taxi Company have all gone the way of the dodo.
Farewell to the V8. After the Brazilian Grand Prix was in the books, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber headed to the garage for a ceremonial final engine start that not onlysignified the close of the 2013
The performance span between passenger vehicles and Formula One race cars is vast enough to make any connections between the two seem utterly contrived. That said, I shouldn't have been surprised that
Amidst the beauty parade of BMWs, Hondas and Triumphs, it’s good to see a more obscure marque getting a custom makeover. And before you recoil in horror at the thought of a Bimota going under the knife,
So here is the new Brough Superior — the first all-new bike from the famous marque in seven decades. The rights to the brand name are now owned by the Austrian-based businessman Mark Upham, who’s been
The first thing T. Jeremy Gunn says when you ask him about President John F. Kennedy's assassination is, "I'm not a conspiracy theorist. I don't have a theory about what happened." But he knows a lot it