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BVRLA and FLA provide blueprint for scrappage scheme.

The BVRLA and the FLA have outlined a set of principles upon which they believe any new scrappage scheme should be based. Following the announcement that the Government is planning to introduce a £6,000 incentive for anyone looking to swap their … Continue reading

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Is it time to ease restrictions?

As I begin week six of my isolation – along with millions of others – I am minded to reflect personally on where we are and, with greater difficulty, where we are heading. I have a foot firmly planted in … Continue reading

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As many as a thousand stylish sports cars….

As many as 1,000 stylish sports cars are expected to join the packed display as Beaulieu’s Simply Porsche returns to the grounds of the National Motor Museum on Sunday June 7th. From early examples of the 1950s and 1960s, through … Continue reading

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Holden: end of the road.

End of the road: Giving voice to Holden workers’ experiences This article is reproduced with the kind permission of Monash University. Like a beloved relative who dies after a long illness, Holden’s decision to leave Australia wasn’t surprising – but … Continue reading

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Venice tourism controls.

VENICE is continuing in its fight against over-tourism by tracking the number of tourists that come to the city, although controversially, the council will be tapping in to mobile phones to do so. By LAUREN O’CALLAGHAN “Daily Express” Photo inset shows … Continue reading

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LEVC prototype vans underway

Ansty, 7 February 2020 – The first prototypes of the new van from London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) are now being built at the company’s state-of-the-art factory in Ansty, Coventry, ahead of its debut at this year’s CV show on the … Continue reading

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Beaulieu Blue Light Day

Get behind the scenes of the emergency services at Beaulieu’s brand new Blue Light Day on Sunday April 26th and see fully kitted-out fire engines and ambulances, as well as the vehicles of the police, Coastguard, Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and other vital services. … Continue reading

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Beaulieu makes one million historic motoring images available.

The Motoring Picture Library at the home of the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu has opened its digital doors to one of the largest motoring picture collections in the world. A new improved website is making access easier to over … Continue reading

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Geoffrey Atkinson dies.

Geoffrey Atkinson OBE, the former chief executive of automotive industry charity Ben, has died after a short illness. The 81-year-old passed away at home surrounded by his wife and family. He had been suffering from Alzheimers for a number of … Continue reading

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Ferrari – the world’s strongest brand.

Ferrari has been awarded the title of the world’s strongest brand for the second consecutive year by Brand Finance, the leading international independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy. With a Brand Strength Index (BSI) score of 94.1 out of 100, Ferrari tops … Continue reading

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