November 2020 issue
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- MEV Exocet Mk3 – First drive of the new Exocet
- Caterham Super Seven 1600 – Retro Seven driven
- Autotune Gemini Pt2 – Yamaha R1 powered track car
- Retro Round-Up – More forgotten cars from the archive
- Sylva Striker build – Built in the factory in just three weeks
- Brakes – How to improve your car’s brake pedal feel
- Engine blocks – How they’re designed
- …and much more!
After ten years in production, the MEV Exocet has had its most significant development yet, now using the Mk3 Mazda MX-5 as its basis. Adam Wilkins got a first drive on track to see what difference the modernisation has made.
Caterham’s retro Super Seven 1600 may not be the company’s fastest offering, but it has oodles of charm. Jack Wood spent several days and 1100 miles in it to really get under its skin.
This Autotune Gemini mixes retro styling cues with modern Yamaha R1 powered performance. After ten years in the making, it has some terrific detailing.
For this month’s Retro Round-Up, Richard Heseltine turns his attention to cars based on the Mini and BMC 1100/1300. The cars those donors underpinned were nothing if not diverse…
This Raw Striker was built in just three weeks, using the company’s factory to help meet the tight self-imposed deadline. Jack Wood explains how it came together.
Does your kit car have the brake pedal feel you prefer? Peter Rosenthal shows you how to make it just right.