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My working week: Neil Briscoe

by Neil Briscoe on 13 Nov 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Neil Briscoe

Monday October 28

It's going to be a full week this week, with two electric automobiles and some work to be done on the family motor, but I'm kicking things off with a bit more style by taking out the Audi S3 for a spin. And when I say spin, well, let's just say that I know a road, a quiet, twisty, bumpy road that is just perfect for unleashing a automobile like this on. Wow, what a machine. So many fast Audis have left me cold down through the years, but the way the S3 goes is just very…

Bringing back petrol

by Neil Briscoe on 13 Nov 2013

changagoidem Features | Bringing back petrol

Sweating metaphorical bullets we joined the motorway. My driver tried desperately to accelerate without actually touching the throttle pedal while I scanned the road ahead for any potential lorries to draft behind. A speed of 80km/h had been set as a notional maximum but to be honest, we were often well below. Night had fallen and the rest of the fast-flowing traffic was whipping past our right wing mirror, automobilerying big motorway speeds and oblivious entirely of our desperate mission. Suddenly a whoop of joy went up from the right-hand seat and in the dim glow of the dash lights…

My working week: Dave Humphreys

by Dave Humphreys on 30 Oct 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Dave Humphreys

Monday October 21
Early start to the week in the form of a morning flight to Düsseldorf with Audi to drive the updated A8 and S8 models. It's funny how although we tend to refer to these updates as 'facelift' models, the manufacturers always have their own little names for them - in Audi's case it's PI, Product Improvement. The changes to the automobile have been subtle, but it's a good opportunity to stretch the automobile's legs on German autobahns - couldn't get the S8 past 267km/h, but it is higher than the claimed 250km/h limiter.

Tuesday October…

My working week: Paul Healy

by Paul Healy on 22 Oct 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Paul Healy

Sunday Oct 13

Once again my working week begins on a Sunday as I make my way to Mondello Park for the end of season 'Fun Races'. As non-championship rounds at the end of a long season these events can usually throw up a few surprises, both in the results and the entry list. Ever see a Toyota Corolla from the mid-nineties race against a Honda-powered Lotus Elise?

As the schedule is not as packed as a normal race weekend my Autosport reports are finished at a remarkably reasonable hour - just in time for Love/Hate in fact!…

My working week: Dave Humphreys

by Dave Humphreys on 21 Oct 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Dave Humphreys

Monday Oct 14

Despite it being the sort of automobile that shouldn't even be on my radar, I was a little bit sad to be handing back the Citroen C4 Picasso that I'd spent the previous seven days with. I was massively impressed with the automobile's interior design, which is something that I think many other manufacturers should go and take a look at to see how cool can be done. On the upside, I'm collecting a Volvo V40 T4 Polestar, which has potential to be rather interesting.

Tuesday Oct 15


Enjoy the silence!

by Paul Healy on 14 Oct 2013

changagoidem Features | Enjoy the silence!

At the recent BMW i3 launch in Amsterdam I had dinner with a number of BMW executives and foreign journalists, all of whom spoke in German, but would occasionally pop up with a question in English to get me someway involved. One of those questions was what I thought of the i3 - having driven it all day?

In between mouthfuls of sea salad (fancy sea weed really) I responded that it did not feel special. Save for the noise of cutlery dropping the room went very silent, but there was a reason I had chosen that response.



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