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.
27th January 2021
The Ford Sierra Swift was a Bristol Street Motors special edition of the 1980s. It came with brown stripes and a sunshine roof. Cool.
11th November 2020
Bangerwatch is back. PetrolBlog reckons that the Mk1 Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec could be the ultimate budget all-rounder. Top Gear's Chris Haris agrees!
11th November 2020
William Dickey has thoughts on Ford's current naming policy and an idea for an advertising campaign for the new Mustang Mach-E electric car.
9th November 2020
Chris Barker is like a bus. You wait years for an article from the bearded writer, only for two to arrive in quick succession. Here are his CarTunes. Nice.
23rd June 2020
Inspired by Peter Counsell's recent CarTunes feature, William Dickey delivers a top ten countdown of songs containing an ode to the Ford Cortina.
16th June 2020
In a nod to Ken Bruce's ‘Tracks of My Years’ feature, PetrolBlog introduces CarTunes. Songs that take you back to a specific journey in a specific car.
23rd January 2020
PetrolBlog remembers the Ford Escort Seeka, an outdoor leisure vehicle designed by Ghia. The forward-thinking show car included a dash-mounted fax machine.
19th December 2019
Advertorial: If you're after tyres for your Mk3 or Mk4 Ford Escort, Bridgestone Tyres offers a range of options designed to keep your classic on the road.
3rd October 2016
Ben Day has become a Mondeo Man and is enjoying life with a poverty-spec Mk1 Ford Mondeo. He reckons it could be the ideal daily classic.
18th January 2016
Simply the best? As the world and its wife gives the new Ford Focus RS a set of glowing five-star reviews, sliced bread is set for an uncertain future.
23rd September 2015
Ben Day mounts a surprisingly robust case in defence of the Ford Fusion and requests consideration for PetrolBloggy status. So, tell him what you think.