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WATCH: Best save ever?

South African Moto2 rider Steven Odendaal pulled off one of the greatest 'saves' in motorsport at the Czech GP.

DRIVEN: The new Toyota Supra

Does the new Supra meet the expectations of our Janine Van der Post, a Toyota fangirl?

DSG and paddleshifts? Will manual transmissions slowly become a dying breed

'Manual transmissions have been around for a long time but with the age of autonomous driving and the emergence of direct shift gearboxes, their expiration clock is ticking', writes Robin Classen.

 

The real reason Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women driving? Economic necessity...

2018-06-25 09:19

'Saudi Arabia is known to be one of the most conservative regimes in the world, so why has the ban on women driving been lifted now?' asks Martin Hvidt, researcher at the University of Southern Denmark.

REVIEW: Renault Clio GT-Line

2017-07-17 08:53

'If you’ve got R265 000 burning a hole in your pocket this is absolutely worth test-driving,' writes Alexander Parker as he tests Renault's Clio GT-line.

Suzuki ignites mini-crossover market with new Ignis

2017-06-06 08:15

The new Ignis crossover has arrived in SA, borrowing styling cues from Suzuki models, both past and present. At R169 900, will it be a hit locally?

Mamma Mia! 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia review

2017-05-22 09:12

Wheels24 columnist Alexander Parker tests the new Alfa Romeo Giulia in Cape Town. Does this latest Alfa have what to takes to go up against the German trio in SA?

Ministers and their R41-million luxury rides: Best, worst govt cars

2017-03-27 09:13

'We selected the best and worst choices of JZ’s government cars,' writes Lance Branquinho as a report reveals government spent R41-million on luxury vehicles.

Inside Mazda's fallout with the 2017 SA Car of the Year

2017-03-20 17:57

'A blot on the 2017 SA Car of the Year competition was the non-participation of Mazda. Like it or not, the withdrawal of a major manufacturer is a blow to the integrity of an event that is always a source of discussion and debate,' writes Alex Parker.

Clark: Gentle farmer, race driver

2012-08-06 07:11

The 2012 F1 championship might be on its mid-year break, but is it missing the calibre of a driver such as Jim Clark, arguably one of the greatest champions yet? DAVE FALL reflects.

WATCH: Here are five cars that you might not know were related

19/03/2019 08:39 More and more car companies are working together to create new vehicles. Here are five examples of part-sharing and synergy between car firms that you may not know about.
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