Classic motoring enthusiasts will still be able to keep their cars on the road thanks to a company in the UK that's giving them a 21st-century makeover. (Image: Euro News)
Cars have never been as safe or as fast as they are today. Modern cars handle better, are more comfortable on the highway and are more fuel efficient in most segments. New cars also come with tech that makes our lives easier and more convenient. So, why then do we cling to our old cars so hard? Could it be that old cars are better than new cars?
Monza maintained its reputation for delivering thrilling racing, with Daniel Ricciardo producing an astounding performance in the Italian Grand Prix to claim McLaren's first victory since Interlagos 2012. However, was it Ricciardo, or one of his rivals, who impressed our Aramco F1 Power Rankings judges most at the Temple of Speed? Their scores are in.
Toto Wolff says it is "not an absolute must" that Lewis Hamilton will need to take an additional Formula 1 power unit this season and serve a grid penalty.
The first of three 'new' 16-cylinder P15 V16 BRM racing cars, built to commemorate the marque's 70th anniversary, was shaken down at Blyton Park racetrack, Lincolnshire, last week in the presence of its new owner, John Owen, ahead of its on-track debut over the Goodwood Revival, Sept. 17 to 19.