Win a VIP entry on the London to Brighton Kit and Sports Car Run

We’ve been doing the London to Brighton Kit to Sports Car Run for many years now, and it’s an event we wouldn’t miss. Judging by the familiar faces we see each year, we’re not the only ones. But if you’ve never been on the run before, why not make 2018 the year you give it a try? Organisers GE Classic Motor Events choose a rural … Continue reading Win a VIP entry on the London to Brighton Kit and Sports Car Run

FREE Complete Kit Car seminars at Stoneleigh

Our free-to-attend seminars have become a popular fixture of the Stoneleigh show, and they’re returning for this year’s show taking place on 6/7 May. We have two great topics, but places are limited and offered on a first come, first served basis. To guarantee your place email editor Adam Wilkins by clicking here – telling him which seminar(s) you’d like to attend and on which day. … Continue reading FREE Complete Kit Car seminars at Stoneleigh

What the proposed MoT changes mean

The Department for Transport (DfT) has recently released a new propasal document called ‘Road Vehicles – Improving air quality and safety’. While this is primarily aimed at stopping a repeat of the dieselgate problems from large scale manufacturers, there is a section relating to MoT standards for newly registered kit cars. These can be found at section 4.10 to 4.13, reproduced here: 4.10  Kit cars … Continue reading What the proposed MoT changes mean