The CLASSIC MOTORING REVIEW is an exceptional periodical for those who love real cars, and love to read about them, the people who made, drove and campaigned them.

Four times a year The CLASSIC MOTORING REVIEW publishes informative, inspiring and entertaining articles unencumbered by the constraints of modern media that pander to short attention spans and advertisers’ needs. So as well as keeping alive motoring’s halcyon days, TCMR upholds the traditions of great journalism thanks to some of the finest writers both past and present, such as Douglas Blain, Richard Bremner Steve Cropley, Colin Goodwin, Gavin Green, Richard Hough, Owen Llewellyn, L.J.K. Setright, John Simister, Mark Williams, Peter Wright and many others.

Stories of epic journeys aboard impressive and not-so-impressive machinery, profiles of larger-than-life characters – be they designers, racing drivers, adventurers or eccentrics – and of course critical appraisals of the cars that they drove are all vital elements of a beguiling mix. And TCMR also features informed commentary on all matters motoring from its insightful and often wryly humorous perspective, and uniquely in its field, the entire contents will be illustrated with specially commissioned artworks.

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Published early January, the contents include an account of driving a Daimler 30-40 from London to Spain – in 1906!, the fascinating if chequered history of glassfibre cars, Nuvolari’s most extraordinary grand prix races, one woman’s 35 year love affair with her Morris Traveler, Douglas Blain’s affectionate obituary for the Lamborghini Miura, John Simister in praise of the much-underrated Hillman Imp, the legendary engineer-racer Bill Milliken and his assault on Pikes Peak in a Bugatti, Steve Cropley on the last gasp of Citroen’s 2CV and three owners love affair with la petite escargot, Richard Bremner on the Argyll – a lesser known Scottish supercar, Colin Goodwin’s attempt to cross the Channel in an aquatic Ford Fiesta and so much more…



Published early October, contents include a rare, highly revealing interview with the late and usually taciturn Enzo Ferrari, Richard Williams’ account of re-tracing the tyre-tracks of the epic 1956 Mille Miglia, Joe Moran’s story of how Britain got its roads, Steve Cropley’s account of delivering the first Lamborghini Jalpa from Modena to Britain in 1983, Douglas Blain’s memories of the late, great automotive designer Tom Tjaarda, Miranda Seymour on Hélène Delangle, the ‘Bugatti Queen’,  L.J.K. Setright ruminating on the industry’s scapegoats and idols, Gavin Green’s account of crossing Australia in a Mini, Peter Wright’s fascinating memories of working at BRM and Lotus, Richard Hough recalling Fangio’s greatest drive of his life at the Nürburgring and much, much more…

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