A change of direction within the magazine
Short Shift is a collection of bite-sized articles covering a wide variety of eclectic topics
Mazda has always shied away from producing a fixed-coupe version of its iconic MX-5. But that doesn't mean the Japanese firm hasn't dipped it's toes in the water, with some suitably quirky results...
by Alex Dunlop
Jim Clark won the Formula One British GP five times. One particular year, however, was a feat of excellence; during the final laps, whilst fending off a challenge from Graham Hill, only tyre squeal could be heard coming from his Lotus in the corners...
By Jethro Noble
The recent passing of Ken Block has left a huge hole in the car community, and it only seems right that we remember him for what he did, he made cars cool for a whole new generation
By Alex Dunlop
Re-living the captivating story behind the selection of James Bond's Esprit, its transformation into a submarine and the key players at Lotus who made it all happen
By Craig Toone
Looking back on the god-tier lap Max Verstappen drove in his attempt to capture pole position at the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix...right up until the very last corner
by Jethro Noble
On paper and in the metal, the Artega GT looked sensational. With big money and industry heavyweights backing the project, it looked to be a sure-fire success. However, things went sour quicker than milk left out of the fridge. So, where did it all go wrong?
By Tim Dunlop
Before the internet, Gran Turismo and social media, a hazy VHS went viral in the car community. Such was the car, and such was the manner in which it was driven, it's still talked about today
By Finlay Ringer