'The 3500 GT Maserati is a much underrated motor car, being overshadowed by the prancing horse from up the road in Modena. But it is not so long ago that the prancing horse was very much on the prongs of the Maserati trident in motor racing and there is that lovely big six-cylinder engine under the bonnet to remind one of the glories of the 250F.' - Edward Eves, Autocar 3rd July 1976.
"The road manners of the 680kg Elite come as near to those of a racing car as the ordinary motorist would ever experience" (Autocar, May 1960)
A compilation of some of the craziest moments and near misses in rallying!
The base for the Shelby Cobra was a brilliant little roadster from England called the AC Ace.
'As far as historic rally cars go, the Subaru Impreza WRC 97 is one of the most important ever made.'
The E-type redefined the way in which we all viewed sports cars, and the one vehicle that seems to top more opinion polls naming the most beautiful car in the world, is the Jaguar E-type.
The BMW 3.0L CSi passed the 200bhp mark, making it a member of the performance car of its time. It revealed to Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar they now had a rival that could go with them toe-to-toe.
The all-wheel drive 996 Turbo is powered by a water-cooled, twin-turbo, 3.6-litre flat-six, that's a direct development of the Le Mans-winning Porsche GT1 of the previous year.
The Italian Carrozzeria Bertone excelled when they styled the Giulietta Sprint Speciale (SS) for Alfa Romeo. Its beautifully swooping and curvaceous bodywork with lengthy front and rear overhangs was dramatic and exotic.
With a lusty, six-cylinder soundtrack, the Austin-Healey 3000 is one of the most evocative British classics around. The 3000 was one of the precursors to the modern sports car, emphasizing comfort and interior space as much as performance.