Articles by Iain Kelly

The old saying is that Murphy (as in, he of Murphy’s Law fame) comes...Read more

The easy answer here is no, it is not illegal to drive barefoot....Read more

The rise of connectivity to our phones has seen them integrated to our...Read more

Barn-finds are awesome when someone stumbles across a hyper-rare muscle car, or European exotic. But what about being the lucky bloke who opens the door on a ‘60s Ferrari, a big block Shelby Cobra, plus a Triumph TR6,...Read more
Car manufacturers often use their top-of-the-pops hypercars to push development of new technologies, and the Volkswagen-Audi Group is expert at that. In a world-first Bugatti has 3D printed a brake caliper from titanium...Read more
​Formula One races don't get bigger than the Monaco Grand Prix, and Modern F1 legends don't get much bigger than Ayrton Senna. So imagine how bonkers it will be when Bonhams auction Senna's '93 Monaco GP-winning McLaren...Read more

Without petrol most of our cars are useless, but few people realise how...Read more

If you ever dreamed of being rally Gods Ari Vatenen or Richard Burns, sliding your way through a WRC event behind the wheel of a real Group A legend, then clap your hands and get stoked! Silverstone Auctions have this...Read more
Car manufacturers do some crazy things to launch new cars. For the Detroit Auto Show Mercedes-Benz has gone next-level by dropping a 1979 G-Wagen 4x4 into 50 tonnes of resin. The 4-cylinder model will be perfectly...Read more
There is arguably no more famous Mustang than the 1968 fastback driven by Steve McQueen in the movie Bullitt. Playing the title character detective Frank Bullitt, McQueen chases two assassins around San Francisco in the...Read more
How much is this JDM unicorn worth to you? Back in 2002 the Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II Nür Edition was an amazing vehicle capable of slaying some of the best supercars from Europe at the time. While the Nismo-built...Read more
Dan Gurney, one of the most successful and legendary American race car drivers, has passed away at 86. The man credited with inventing spraying champagne after winning a race, Gurney also won Formula One races, won the...Read more
What many credit as the pinnacle of Aussie bogan car lore, the VN Commodore is almost a national treasure. But did you know that China had their own version, built in left-hand drive by the Beijing Second Auto Work (...Read more

Learning to drive a car with a manual transmission (also known as a...Read more

Rust is a scary word as most people think it signals the death of their...Read more

​The "1990s Japanese Turbo Era" gave us some truly spectacular tuner culture and few were wilder than "Smokey" Nagata's shop Top Secret. He built this wild JZA80 Mark 4 Toyota Supra but, unlike his other massively...Read more
How you sit behind the steering wheel of your car has a huge impact on your comfort on long trips, how easy the car is to drive, and even affect the amount of control you have over your vehicle in an emergency situation...Read more
​Plenty of people play computer games to crash cars, partly because there is no risk of injury but also because it can be fun to watch a million-buckaroo Koenigsegg fly off the side of a mountain at 400km/h (knowing...Read more
There is so much history of all types of racing just floating in the wind, so the discovery of amazing 27 minute 'Hot Rod' magazine film from 1959 is awesome. It was shot at the NHRA US Nationals in Detroit and features...Read more