26th May 2021
Getting to grips with Shednesday is as easy as learning your A, B, C. Which is why Ben Carter has gone full alphabet for you.
22nd May 2020
Our man remembers the time his father borrowed an Alfa Romeo 164 Cloverleaf for 24 hours. It's the stuff dreams are made of, but it wasn't to be.
20th January 2020
In an exclusive excerpt from his new book, Matteo Licata explains why the Alfa Romeo Arna was central to the company's planned return to profitability.
11th June 2014
A review of the 2014 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde - a car which we feel isn't fit to wear the Cloverleaf badge. Which is a great shame.
22nd November 2013
Forever the voice of reason, Antony Ingram argues that Dacia is well placed to build a modern equivalent of the classic Alfasud. PetrolBlog calls it Sudero.
29th November 2012
The (welcome?) return of PetrolBlog's Old Gold Top Gear, featuring Frankenstein's monster, the Alfa Romeo Arna
23rd July 2012
PetrolBlog spends a morning in the company of the Alfa Romeo MiTo TwinAir. Is it as good as the Fiat 500 TwinAir? Read here to find out.
29th March 2012
PetrolBlog is invited to Oxfordshire to test Alfa Romeo's new Twin Clutch Transmission (TCT). Here's some waffle and bunk on the subject.
9th December 2010
It is the kind of detail only a petrolhead would notice. Forget the controversy surrounding a cold dog, I doth my cap to John Lewis for […]
20th March 2010
PetrolBlog pays a visit to the Dingles Heritage Centre in Devon and has a jolly good time on the bumper cars. You should go. Do it now.