Auto Addicts is a classic lifestyle magazine celebrating adventure through motorsport. In our printed journals we believe a moment’s glory is worth capturing and preserving in high quality print.
How about this? The first Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato Continuation makes its public debut at Le Man’s this week, breaking cover at Aston Martin’s VIP hospitality facility – the first complete DB4 GT Zagato Continuation – one of just 19 cars being made – will be on show throughout the 24-hour race.
With so many events on the summer, you can be forgiven for missing a few, but last weekend’s Thruxton Motorsport Celebration was a fabulous affair. One to save the date for 2020.
Highlights of the feature races at this year’s Brands Masters Festival complete with gallery of images by John Retter
The Lister Motor Company, manufacturers of the LFT-666, LFP, LFT-C and a range of continuation models, has produced a film showing the road-legal Lister Knobbly continuation being constructed, and driven, at the Lister factory in Cambridgeshire.
Cameron Jackson made it five wins from the opening five rounds of the Historic Ff1600 Championship on the Snetterton 200 circuit on Saturday (1 June) during the Historic Sports Car Club’s race meeting.
This year we hit the Spanish run event the Panda Raid in a four car BRITISH team, calling ourselves the ‘Pandanistas’ – In Auto Addicts Volume Three we follow the adventure across the four Fiat Pandas and their attempt to triumph in the Moroccan desert.
Close and exciting racing typified the Historic Sports Car Club’s annual International Trophy meeting on the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit over the weekend (May 18/19). In all, eight of the 14 races were decided by less than a second.
Building on the tremendous success of the Sunday Scramble events, the latest of which welcomed over 7,000 guests to the former WW2 RAF Bomber Station, Bicester Heritage will host the first ‘Super Scramble’ on Sunday 23rd June.
The London Concours, is this year presented by the world-class watch maker Montres Breguet, all set in the idyllic lawns of the Honourable Artillery Company from 5-6 June.
The ninth Donington Historic Festival delivered hugely-exciting and competitive racing from more than 400 historic cars spanning nine decades and ranging from Grand Prix machines and Le Mans prototypes to Touring Cars over the weekend of May 3, 4 and 5.
ERA’s Himalayan Challenge certainly lived up to its billing of “a challenge” in 2018 from beginning to end. The competitors were hit by monsoon floods, tortuous traffic conditions and high mountain passes with myriads of hairpins. Huge potholes would test the suspension and the patience of those on the rally. The competition side of the event became incidental to the main objective: survival.
Jaguar Classic has completed a bespoke XK120 sports car restoration commissioned by renowned British male model and life-long Jaguar enthusiast David Gandy. The 11-month project, which was a close collaboration between David Gandy and Jaguar Classic’s experts at its...