Here's the lowdown: I left home at sharp 4 pm. Dressed in my favourite black jeans and blue Turtleneck. To endure the excruciating winter-wind and the heavy down pour that day. Got into the car. Drove off imagining how I'd make such a fantastic impression with my punctuality.
Toxic levels of air pollution are predicted to continue for at least another nine years. In this time, long-term damage will be done to millions of children's lungs. Pollution reduces children's lung growth, it irritates their airways and makes conditions like asthma worse.
I've been known to use unusual means of transport. I, once, "drove" a car which was perched on a trailer, through the Egyptian White Desert. Therefore, when I was asked if I would like to join fifty odd classic cars, for a Lancia rally, off the beaten tracks in Correze, I didn't bat an eyelid and jumped at the opportunity.
On 22 September, towns and cities around the globe will take part in World Carfree Day. First launched in 2000, this event has tapped into a growing trend of people choosing other modes of transport over the car - for example, 12 per cent more Americans born since 1980 prefer walking to driving - a wider margin than any other generation.
With the possibility to recycle automobiles to nearly 100%, the growing "cleantech" sector is an area of the green economy that covers everything from renewable energy to smart grids and car sharing.
A dispute between VW and two suppliers halted production at several plants in Germany earlier this week and even though the situation has since been resolved, the car maker would be well advised to learn lessons from what has happened.
I looked for my own 'Darcy' moment, for I was standing in the grounds of a sumptuous Grade 1 listed Georgian Suffolk mansion similar to Lizzy in Austen's Pride and Prejudice. The Hall was designed and built by Sir Robert Taylor in 1778, incorporating at its core part of the earlier house dating from 1714
It has been two weeks since I made the annual pilgrimage of endurance motorsport to the Circuit de la Sarthe, also known as the Circuit of the 24 Hour...
May has been a busy month filled with fun! It all started with a phone call from Lee and Maximillan Cooper from Gumball 3000 asking BAC Mono and myself to take part in some of the stages of the Gumball Rally. We couldn't resist the opportunity for some fun and to show off the car.
In the lead up to the first race weekend of the year there is lots of prep work to do; engineering meetings in Germany with the race team, simulator training and physical training to make sure we are set for the first six-hour race of the year...
New registration plates came out last month and I have already seen a fair few 16 plates tearing around the Oxfordshire countryside. However, I am not convinced that driving a brand new shiny car off the forecourt is really the best option for the savvy buyer and there are actually lots of bargains to be had buying a car second hand but it can be daunting as you are dealing with a lot of money and you have to trust the person you are buying it from.
I've had just a taster of what this future looks like with the Model S, and underneath its flashy, self-driving exterior beats a core ecosystem of cars and charging stations that can finally make my electric car dream come true.
What's a typical week for a racing driver? Well, we don't have one! That's part of the reason I love what I do - no two days have to be the same. 5th January and that's it, Christmas is over, goodbyes to the family and straight on a plane! First up it was off to compete in the Asian Le Mans series, then to Dubai for the annual Dubai 24hour and then to Kuala Lumpur.
As the technology of driverless cars develops we tend to think only of the vehicles themselves. The applications that will run on them are equally exciting and offer entrepreneurial developers a gold rush of opportunity.
In How It Works HQ, we've been counting down the days to the release of Spectre, so much so that we dedicated our cover feature to the cool tech that drives the amazing Aston Martin DB10 and other souped-up spy cars. If you thought the gadget-packed rides on the big screen were fictional, think again.
Sustainable, green and ecologically friendly are words that get thrown around a lot these days. But at Eco-Age, the consultancy firm behind the Green Carpet Challenge made so glamorously famous by Livia Firth, there are guidelines to uphold. They call them the "GCC Principles for Sustainable Excellence," and these include environmentally conscious rules as well as be-kind-to-all-humanity standards.