2nd July 2010
My invitation to the launch of the new Range Rover Evoque sadly never arrived. I’m putting it down to the poor postal service on the moors. […]
1st July 2010
In a change from the usual automotive waffle found on PetrolBlog, we’ve gone and got ourselves a real writer. With thanks and gratitude to James Clark […]
30th June 2010
I guess I should have seen it coming. No sooner had the Land Rover arrived and my thoughts began turning to the next car to join […]
29th June 2010
A couple of weeks ago PetrolBlog became an automotive confessional (see http://bit.ly/99tb4T). A chance to share automotive guilty secrets and release the pressure from the shoulders […]
24th June 2010
MajorGav, PetrolBlog, The Interweb, UK. Lancia, Fiat Group Automobiles Corso G. Agnelli 200, 10135 Torino Italia 24th June 2010 Dear Lancia, Today was Alfa Romeo’s 100th Birthday. A […]
19th June 2010
I’ve never been that turned on by cars that were once owned by a famous person. The fact that a chap called Kieron Dyer once owned […]
15th June 2010
Skeletons in the closet and guilty pleasures. PetrolBlog enters the confessional and declares a fondness for the Skoda Superb and Ford Probe.
9th June 2010
The inspiration… It only took five minutes to come up with the idea, inspired by watching Top Gear’s brilliant Vietnam special, which I finally got around […]
7th June 2010
So here we are on the eve of one of the world’s greatest events. An event that only graces our calendar every four years and as […]
20th May 2010
Ah, the AC Invacar - once a familiar site on Britain's roads and indeed, alongside Britain's football pitches. Then they disappeared almost overnight.
12th May 2010
Remember the Sao Penza? The South African-built hatchback was essentially a rebadged Mazda 323. Good luck spotting one on Britain's roads.
7th May 2010
PetrolBlog takes look at the VW Polo Harlequin, Volkswagen's version of Joseph's Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Only with less singing. And no coat.