Antiques Road Trip expert quizzed on whether tea set is really theirs after HUGE profit

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Mercedes make 'special delivery' to Aston Martin after Fernando Alonso stripped

Fernando Alonso was reinstated to third place in Saudi Arabia after F1 stewards overturned the decision to demote him a place.

LPGA pro-am participant makes albatross(!) with cameras rolling

The shot of one golfer's life turned into the highlight-reel of his life thanks to some fortunate timing. Look, you need a little luck to make an albatross, but to make one while cameras happen to be rolling? Well, that's a belated St. Patrick's Day miracle. Such was the case for one participant in the LPGA Drive On Chapionship Pro-Am on Wednesday....

American Bully that savaged police horse is 'friendly' and was 'intimidated', owner claims

American Bully Coco viciously attacked PH Urbane, leaving the horse with gaping wounds and forcing it to take a break from duty.

Watch This Racer Successfully Avoid A Surprise Ambulance At The Track

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James Key departs McLaren after underwhelming start to new season

James Key departs McLaren after underwhelming start to new season - Key joined McLaren as executive director from Toro Rosso in 2019.

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Ferrari’s Saudi Arabian GP branded a ‘complete disaster’ raising questions about Leclerc’s future

Sixth and seventh at a race where they "promised so much" must have Charles Leclerc pondering his Ferrari future.

Motorcycling-Mental strength key for gruelling new MotoGP season, says Bagnaia

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Marvel's Spider-Man 2 toy reveals Spider-Cat could be back

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Chinese Motorcycle Manufacturer Kove Sets Up Shop In Italy

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The legendary German Autobahn

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Now that's a road trip! Motorists are baffled as council replaces wiggly lines and 'alien landing pad' road markings with wonky path that 'looks like something out of the Wizard of Oz'

North Somerset Council sparked anger earlier this year in the town of Clevedon when it painted wiggly lines on the historic Victorian seafront as part of redevelopment works.

How Toto Wolff and Jos Verstappen friendship crumbled as Mercedes boss told 'stop calling'

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff was once on good terms with the father of Lewis Hamilton's bitter rival.

Rolleiflex is BACK? A digital TLR is said to be coming next month

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Slovakia delivers first four Soviet-era MiG-29 jets to Ukraine

The ministry said the remaining MiG-29s will be handed over to the Ukrainian side in the coming weeks.

Glamorous racegoers arrive for Student's Day at Cork

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Older drivers face 'difficult' choice - Phillip Schofield opens up on father's licence

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How do you solve a problem like Evri? Missing parcels, broken gates and a fake house fire

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Major 20mph speed limit changes to be unveiled as part of Sadiq Khan's travel plan

A number of speed limit changes are set to be unveiled in the near future in London, in a bid to reduce fatalities and increase road safety.

Motorist fears he will have to sell his home to pay £4,000 fines after driving into city's Clean Air Zone 30 times without realising

Henry Franklin, of Bristol, believed his car complied with the council's rules when he drove into the city's Clean Air Zone for his job in Hewish. Now the 36-year-old has been fined £4,000.

Hamilton: Red Bull sidepods might make Mercedes slower

Lewis Hamilton says putting Red Bull-style sidepods on Mercedes' 2023 Formula 1 car would not improve the W14 and could actually make it slower.

2035 petrol and diesel car ban may be delayed with 'e-fuel' loophole

A number of businesses are calling on the European Union to ignore calls from member states to abandon the 2035 deadline to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars.

Watch moment two cars are seen racing each other before crashing and killing Yorkshire man

Two drivers who were racing each other at speed moments before causing the fatal road traffic collision which killed another motorist have been jailed at Leeds Crown Court. Simon Hinchliffe, aged 53, from Kirkburton, was killed at the scene of the collision which happened on Huddersfield Road, Kirkburton, on 9 October 2020 when a Seat Ibiza being driven by Darren Rowe ran into the back of his Citroen van.

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Packing up? Johnson loads car following committee hearing

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Electric cars with minor battery damage are being WRITTEN OFF because there is no way of repairing them, report claims

A Reuters report warns of damaged battery packs 'piling up in scrapyards in some countries' and the batteries in Tesla Model Ys have 'zero reparability' because they are a structural part of the car.

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Race Across The World contestants leave viewers speechless as they blow $500 on a taxi

They still had money for beer though.

Ex-F1 racer Alesi set to compete in Lotus Elan at Paul Ricard

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Porsche billionaire, 79, files for divorce from his wife, 74, 'due to her dementia'

Wolfgang Porsche is the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche, who founded the company in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1931. Wolfgang, 79, has been with his wife since 2007 and married in 2019.

Warning to motorists as thieves strip family cars... and why owners of Britain's favourite motor need to be worried

Residents in a major region in the UK have been left fearful, as there has been a rise of thieves stripping family cars. Drivers are being urged to focus on where they leave their vehicles parked.

‘They said Fernando Alonso was too old, that he was not a team man… nonsense’

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EU's car engines ban sparks row as Germany-France divides bloc

The adoption by European Union member countries of new carbon dioxide emission standards for cars and vans has been postponed amid opposition from Germany.

McLaren chief Zak Brown hails 'strategic changes' as executive director James Key leaves post

Key joined McLaren as executive director from Toro Rosso in 2019, but his departure comes after just two races of an underwhelming start to the new season. Key's role will now comprise three specialised technical directors, with David Sanchez joining McLaren from Ferrari. However, Sanchez will not start his new job until...

Best used sporty but economical cars from £2000

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Autocar's A-Z of excellent used cars

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ULEZ: TfL data shows that most people driving in Outer London will not have to pay £12.50 charge

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Ralf Schumacher expects ‘personnel consequences’ at Mercedes thanks to poor W14

Ralf Schumacher expects heads could roll at Mercedes after the tech department got the W14 "wrong".

Meet the smallest lorry driver in the world - a 4ft 9in woman who drives a 14ft high tipper truck

Meet the smallest lorry driver in the world - a 4ft 9in woman who loves being “high up” in her massive truck. Hayley Hume, 40, was terrified of lorries after colliding with one while driving in 2008 and would get clammy hands when she passed one. Her cousin, Kyle, 27, a lorry driver, took her out in his massive vehicle to help her face her fear. She loved it so much she ditched her job as a dog trainer and became a pro truck driver. The mum- of-one now drives a 14ft high, 16.5m long, 44 tonne, 16 wheeled tipper truck along Britain's motorways, delivering sand and gravel to building sites and quarries for 60 hours a week. Little Hayley, who is only 144cm tall, admits her male colleagues are often surprised to see her clambering in and out of the huge lorry - who ask her "where is your dad'. But she loves her job. Hayley from Bakewell, Derbyshire, said: “I love being high up. “It’s like being in my own little castle. “After the crash 15 years ago I wouldn’t go on the motorway for ages. “My hands would get all clammy when I passed lorries. “Kyle took me out in his lorry to help me face my fear and I ended up loving it. “I’m so small everyone is shocked to see a little woman climb out of a lorry. “I get a lot of stares but I just laugh it off. “If you’re a woman going into it, don’t let it bother you.” Speaking of her 2008 crash, she said: "I was on the motorway and a lorry starting indicating into my lane. “I know now he couldn’t see me. “I had to accelerate to get so he wouldn’t hit me but then had to slow down quickly because of road works. “He ended up going into the back of me. “I used to stay away from lorries or very quickly pass them if I had too.” Cousin Kyle took her out in 2016 and she loved it. She said: “I ended up loving it. “I love the freedom of it. “I do enjoy it.” She become a qualified HGV driver – passing her qualifications in 2016. Trucking runs in the family, and she follows in the footsteps of dad, Kenny, 79, and her grandad Donald, in his 90s. Hayley has always dealt with stares and comments about her small frame. She said: “I wear age nine to ten children’s clothes and age 13 kids boots. “I get a lot of stares especially when stopped in traffic. “People have asked – ‘where’s your dad?’ when I get out the truck. “I just laugh. "You've got to have a sense of humour to be a lorry driver." Hayley’s size or gender has never held her back as a truck driver, she said. She said: “Inside the lorry everything moves. “It’s all adjustable so there is no issues. “I’ve thought about teaching other women as a HGV instructor. “I want to teach the safety. “These lorries are big killing machines.” Hayley realised she was the shortest driver in the world after Googling the record and has now put her application forward for the Guinness World Record.

The London borough that's riddled with more potholes than anywhere else in the UK

Quite a lot of potholes to pack into such a small place...

No shame in copying Red Bull F1 car concept says Mercedes

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team will have no shame in copying Red Bull’s Formula 1 concept if it ends up delivering it a faster car.

Every brand's cheapest electric car on a lease deal

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Ford to lose $3bn making electric cars

Ford expects its electric car business to lose $3bn (£2.4bn) this year as it ratchets up spending on new models and the factories to build them. The automaker's electric vehicle (EV) business, known as Model e, reported a $900mn loss in 2021 which rose to $2.1bn in 2022 as it accelerated production of models such as the Mustang Mach-E. The unit has...

VinFast rolls out long-awaited electric SUVs, eyes overseas deliveries

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnamese carmaker VinFast said on Thursday it will begin delivering its new electric sport utility vehicles (SUVs) to local customers this week and targets overseas deliveries in the coming months. VinFast, which began operations in 2019, is gearing up to expand in the United States, where it hopes to compete with legacy automakers with its two electric SUV models. "After

Mercedes explain why team orders were not used on George Russell in Jeddah

Mercedes saw no clear benefit to using team orders against George Russell during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.