Raising Speed Limits Could Save Lives

According to research from Car Lease Special Offers a third of motorists want a higher speed limit

Research released by Car Lease Special Offers indicates that raising speed limits could save lives and that a third of British motorists are in favour of increasing the motorway limit to 80mph, and some would even approve of Germany’s Autobahn-style derestricted highways.

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Why 2030 ICE New Car Sales Ban Won’t Work in the UK

It’s unfeasible and unviable. in this video I explain why

18112020 #BCGBulletin – Petrol and Diesel (ICE) new car sales to be banned in Britain from 2030 – today the government has confirmed what the news announced a few days ago when I recorded this video. Hybrid cars will be allowed to continue to 2035, but otherwise manufacturer can only sell electric cars – this is supposed to happen in a mere 9 years.

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Black Automotive History (for Black History Month)

Looking at the extraordinary black people that played a part in automotive and motor racing history

Welcome to my latest Bulletin video, and being this is Black History Month in the UK, I thought I’d look at black automotive history. The trouble is, you do have to go digging to find it, and some is perhaps more contemporary than historical, but there are significant events and people stretching right back to the earliest days of mass motoring to talk about.

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Muscle cars, Classics & PopBangColour at Bicester Heritage

Video coverage with cool cars and great people at Bicester Classic Car Event

I was back out as part of the MotorOverload team recently at the Classic Car Drive In Weekend at Bicester Heritage. An automotive festival, it was packed with spectacular cars, specialist car clubs, motor sports demonstrations, and even drive-in cinema.

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Interview with Shmee150

The YouTube star reveals exclusive plans for his next visit to Dubai!

At Salon Prive yesterday I caught up with Shmee150 and managed to get quick chat with him. He talks about the show, his car collection, his approach to making car content, and exclusively reveals what he plans to do on his next visit to Dubai!

Syeed Ali: From Ford Capri owner to Supercar Club Founder!

Great convo in my latest BrownCarGuy & Buddies series

‘Brown Car Guy & Buddies’ – Syeed Ali (known to some as Sy) has degrees in marketing and law, is a filmaker and content creator, but is best known for having created a succession of London’s leading car clubs, including founding The Drivers Union, one of the biggest supercar clubs.

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How I fixed the Nissan Z Proto. Bugatti sold? Plus Jeep to brighten your day!

See my latest BCG Bulletin video now!

18092020 #BCGBulletin – Check out how I fixed the new Nissan Z Proto. Plus shock news of Bugatti being sold to Rimac via Porsche, and Jeep have the right idea, let’s all buy bright coloured cars to cheer ourselves up during these rotten days.

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Maserati MC20 – How have they got it so wrong?

15092020 #BCGBulletin in which I discuss what makes supercars ‘right’

The Maserati MC20 supercar is a very important car for the luxury and performance Italian Marque, especially after its divorce from Ferrari and an effective downgrading of family group sibling Alfa Romeo. So comes what should be yet another exciting new sportscar from a famed Italian company, penned by a cool and successful designer so, well… meh?

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Chandan Basu Mallik

Bob Lutz, Murray Walker, Horacio Pagani & the first British-Asian Car Journalist

‘Brown Car Guy & Buddies’ – Catching up with Chandan Basu Mallik in Calcutta, India – I knew him in Dubai where he headed up and/or wrote for several major automotive publications during his near two decades in the Middle East, including Autocar, F1 and Wheels. As a fellow British-Asian, he beat me to his first car review by a couple of years.

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