The most popular 80s TV cars to drive

According to a TrackDays.co.uk

Automotive experience company TrackDays.co.uk has put out a list of the top-three most popular cars from 80s TV shows that people choose to drive. This was based on the number of bookings it received to drive its range of TV cars.

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Coronavirus could cut Car-related Deaths

Latest Brown Car Guy Update 02042020 #BCGDaily

In this video I try to work out how many lives could be saved by the reduction in car use around the world due to the lockdown. It’s pretty staggering, but potentially there are lot more lives that will be saved due to another side-effect of the lockdown. Could they actually outweigh the tragic loss of lives the pandemic is causing? It might need better mathmaticians / statisticians / research analysts than me to figure it out though.

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Why the 1969 Camaro was the best Chevy ever

When Chevrolet scratched a cat and ate Mustangs

In Dubai, UAE, around 2012 I shot this beautiful 1969 Chevrolet Camaro belonging to Khalid Bin Hadher of Performance Garage for featuring to go on the Motoring Middle East website. He later resprayed it to yellow and soon I’ll post up another feature we did with it then – stay tuned.

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We’ll all be driving Geelys Soon! Here’s why

Geely means lucky and it is for Volvo, LEVC and Lotus – #BCGDaily 31032020

March 28th this year (2020) saw the 10th anniversary of Geely’s acquisition of storied Swedish car maker, Volvo. It bought the brand from Ford in 2010 for $1.8bn. The Chinese firm Geely, which itself was established in 1986 and only got into Automotive towards the end of the last century in 1997, then left Volvo to get on and do what it does best – build amazingly practical, solid and safe automobiles.

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Vauxhall made ‘The World’s First Sports Car’

Watch this Vauxhall heritage video from 20 years ago

Here’s a Vauxhall film made around 20 years ago which shows the breadth of Vauxhall’s heritage and its sporting endeavour. It was resent out today with a press release series remembering the manufacturer’s past iconic cars. Today was the turn of the Vauxhall C-10 ‘Prince Henry’ dubbed ‘The World’s First Sports Car’.

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