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Donald Trump’s old 365kw 2007 Ferrari F430 is up for sale.

Say what you like about Donald Trump, but he sometimes has good taste … in cars.On show this weekend at The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida is his old 365kw 2007 Ferrari F430.


The 1928 Bentley — a snip at a bit under $10 million

Hmmm. It’s hard this week.Do I write about the ACCC instituting proceedings in the Federal Court against Audi for dieselgate, or the class action brought by 91,000 Australians against VW with first hearing in April? 


A 1974 2000 Kamm Tail Spider Veloce fetched $56,000

The US Consumer Reports (think Choice magazine but with one million times the budget) has just named its top 10 cars for 2017. To make the list a car has to beat the competition in serious road tests, predicted reliability, owner satisfaction and safety. “A car that bests t...


Look, real motoring writers like our own Phil King get to test Ferraris, Aston Martins, Lambor­ghinis and McLarens in exotic locations like the south of France and on legendary racetracks


Happy New Year’s Eve from ­Munich. There are only two things you need to know about this city. Everyone drives a BMW and everyone speaks German. I thought the last one wouldn’t be a problem for me since I had taken 168 classes with Professor Hans Georg Schultz at ...


It was the kind of call that sends a rush of terror all the way from your quickly thinning hair to your badly pedicured toenails.“They are breath testing every driver at the start. If you’re even a bit over you can’t race. It’s a long way to come just to l...


So now we know Lewis Hamilton is so relaxed that he watches the big screen on the track while he is racing; that Sebastian Vettel is so unrelaxed that he can break the world record for using the F word while shaking his finger at another driver while racin


You know all about Paris. Some people drive on the wrong side of the road, most of the people speak French and not many drive Citroens any more. Well, maybe like in Australia, beret-wearing, Gauloises-smoking architects still do, but the rest drive Renault Clios and ride bicycles...



You know things never change, do they? What do carmakers do when their customers feel betrayed? Betray them again. Buyers know there is nothing much they can do, so they going on buying and go on getting done over.But occasionally they pick the wrong person.


Let me give you a tip. Take a helicopter to next year’s Goodwood Revival.It’s two hours by car, or four hours by train, from London to Charlie March’s 4856ha estate in West Sussex. It’s 25 minutes by chopper. And what a three days the Revival was last week...


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