Introducing the RUSH community fleet
A collection of hidden credit card receipts and certifiable insanity. Find out what cars we drive ourselves - and why we drive them
"I’m pleased to report that the dials now don’t work, the boot popper still doesn’t work and it’s been five days since I forgot all about my shopping which is currently growing a new type of mealworm in the boot carpet"
by Kotto Williams
A decision to up sticks and move to Canada means the doc is once again forced to admire his car from afar. When the opportunity arises to get behind the wheel, it must be maximised
Dr. George Smith | Images by Maris Saulits
Spend any time with Kotto Williams and he'll wax lyrical about how perfect and unflappable his TVR is. Perhaps that's why he's decided to spend thousands modifying all aspects of its driving ability...
By Kotto Williams
Simon's Arnage is pressed into an alternative RUSH service - acting as the wedding car for Craig's wedding, which just happened to be the perfect timing for some classic "hand-built" reliability...
By Simon Howarth
Some major pothole damage had led to some major bills on the Clubman, so Alex decided some retail therapy was in order - buying a supercharged MX-5 track car...
By Alex Dunlop
Mark replaces the most powerful daily driver in the fleet with something even faster, yet far more frugal. The engine has half the cylinders and has moved from the nose to the tail of the car. It still has the same amount of turbochargers though...
A wallet-busting bill for a suspension rebuild hasn't dampened Tim Dunlop's appreciation of his mad, Italian Scorpion. So why is he thinking of selling up?
By Tim Dunlop
As John's Civic Type-R gradually mutates into a track-hack, the bills keep mounting. Sadly, none of them are for actual track time...The A2 meanwhile, remains steadfast in its daily duties
By John Bee