Notes From The Kerbside

Observations from a different angle

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February 2018

The Range Rover Velar makes a good impression

As a brand, Land Rover have done an admirable job in producing vehicles that are appealing and eminently suitable for their task. When the Range Rover was adopted by the Chelsea set, many jokes were made about the massive four-wheel… Continue Reading →

Porsche 911 ownership – Part Two

  This is the unexpurgated version of my article published on Autocar’s website recently. Space is precious on a mainstream website, but here I can do what I like! I have split the article into a two-part feature describing the high… Continue Reading →

Porsche 911 ownership – Part One

  This is the unexpurgated version of my article published on Autocar’s website recently. Space is precious on a mainstream website, but here I can do what I like! I have split the article into a two-part feature describing the high… Continue Reading →

It doesn’t need to be fast to be fun

As much as the car enthusiast will love the thrill of going fast, we seem to be in an ever-decreasing spiral of frustration. Engineers are forever managing to push the boundaries of vehicle technology and thus create more competent vehicles… Continue Reading →

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