Last week Top Gear presenter Chris Harris, joined by his quiet colleague known as The Stig, visited The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu to relaunch the World … More
Every petrolhead I know has a bucket list. Le Mans, the Nurburgring, the Mille Miglia and the TT all feature heavily, but there is one thing that is on everyone … More
Over the last few years, there has been an explosion of ‘themed’ car events springing up all over the country. You know the sort of place: lots of motoring para … More
The inaugural City Concours took place on 8th and 9th June at the wonderful setting of the Honourable Artillery Company barracks in central London.
The event i … More
Tom Cotter as the Barn Find Hunter has developed a cult following here in the UK, but how many people realise that Hagerty create the series? In this episode, h … More
After black clouds had threatened all week, this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed was blessed with good weather, especially Sunday which was a scorcher.
The w … More
With only a few weeks now until Hagerty’s 2017 Festival of the Unexceptional, we thought we would share some of the wonderful cars that have made it through to … More
I’m a child of the 1980s, which means I’m a bit bored of modern F1. In my day the engines were deafening, the cars were smothered in cigarette advertising, and … More
There has been a great deal of discussion in the classic car press about the state of the classic car market. Here’s our summer 2017 take on some of the major m … More
The adverts sell a dream of empty highways and twisting country roads, yet more of us live in urban areas than ever before. Hagerty shows how you can still have … More