Tag Archives: Mercedes
Samba

Fancy VW Type II split screen camper?

1960 Volkswagen Type II 23 Window Split Screen Samba Deluxe IF you’re in the market for a classic car, a VW camper, or just love to view them, get yourself to Ascot on Saturday (11th). More than 70 classic and collectors’ vehicles will be going under the hammer at Coys ‘Spirit of Motoring’ auction. The […]

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Dacia Logan MCV road test review

Dacia Logan MCV gives rivals run for their money

DACIA call the Logan their MCV – standing for Maximum Capacity Vehicle. There’s still the whiff of old Eastern Europe austerity about that, somehow.

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S65

S 65 AMG packs a powerful punch

HANG on to your hats… or anything else loose.. the new S65 AMG rocket is here! The latest hotshot AMG Mercedes models boasts 12 cylinders, two turbochargers, 630HP and 1000Nm of torque. Lots of numbers, but what they all mean is that this car sets a new benchmark as the most powerful car in its […]

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Turismo car

Turismo has stacks and stacks of space

IT’S big, spacious and it’s over here! The new SsangYong Turismo that is. The company says it has virtually no competition as being more than five metres in length and with a three-metre wheelbase the car is bigger than normal-sized MPVs  in the mould of Ford’s Galaxy, Renault’s Grand Scenic or Seat’s Alhambra. And neither […]

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Mercedes F1 2013 Hamilton wwr

Hungry Lewis wins first F1 grand prix for Mercedes

F1 race report: The last race before Formula 1’s summer break provided plenty of excitement, but who would be the victor? DAVID HOOPER reviews all the action from the Hungaroring. WITH Sebastian Vettel having won his home grand prix last time out at the Nurburgring, the German’s spirits were high going into Hungary after a […]

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British Grand Prix at Silverstone

F1 British GP at Silverstone hit by exploding tyre dramas

ROUND 8: F1 British Grand Prix Race report After exploding Pirelli tyres affected the result of the British Grand Prix, the manufacturer has been under pressure to find a solution before the teams take to the track at the Nurburgring this weekend. DAVID HOOPER reports on the latest developments. AFTER a thrilling end to the […]

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Nico Rosberg wins in Monaco wwr

Rosberg follows in dad’s footsteps, 30 years on

Round 6 – The Monaco Grand Prix Race Report With lots of thrills of spills, and more glamour than you shake a stick at, DAVID HOOPER reviews the Monaco Grand Prix. AFTER a wet qualifying which caused some spectacular action on the tight streets of Monaco, the final grid threw up a few surprises – […]

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Ferrari in Monaco 2013

Ferrari aims to prance off with Monaco victory

F1 Monaco Grand Prix: After too many pit stops for tyres in Spain, DAVID HOOPER previews this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. Fresh from his victory at the Spanish Grand Prix, Fernando Alonso is looking confident and assured as he claims Red Bull have lost their competitive edge. It was a fairy-tale victory for the Spanish […]

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