How to get bird poop off your car

It can damage your paint, so work fast to remove bird droppings from your car as soon as possible Shortly after cleaning your car. Sod's Law dictates that one of two things will happen – one, it will rain, or two bird will come along and poo on it. The

How to clean alloy wheels

Alloy wheels can get dirty pretty quickly. Here's how you can keep them looking fresh with an alloy wheel cleaner If you buy a new car, chances are it'll have a snazzy set of alloy wheels as standard. But these shiny (often) silver rims can soon start look grubby, mainly

How to control understeer and oversteer in your car

Controlling a skid is something most drivers don't have to do often, but understanding understeer and oversteer is useful all the same With winter now firmly upon us, some poor weather in unavoidable. This means drivers are going to have to be on the look out for hazards such as

How Motorsport.tv is changing the way to watch epic racing action

In this fast-evolving world, Motorsport.tv is your one-stop shop for racing action from around the world. From live motorsports as it happens, through the vast library of the official Le Mans 24 Hours archive and Duke’s fascinating historical content. Eric Gilbert is president of Motorsport.tv, and gives us his insights

How new tech is helping the WRC solve one of its oldest issues

The scale of spectator misbehaviour has diminished since the crazy days of Group B, but it’s still an issue – so broadcasting technology is being employed to help keep the stages safe As the World Rally Championship safety delegate, Michele Mouton holds responsibility for overseeing the safety of every stage

How outspoken Hamilton again showed he’s F1’s moral leader

Lewis Hamilton was one of few drivers to put his head above the parapet and voice his displeasure at Formula 1’s desire to race in Melbourne amid the coronavirus pandemic. It served to illustrate once again the important role he has in F1, and why he’ll be missed when he’s

How to test drive a car

Before you buy a new or used car, you’ll want to take a test drive. Here’s how to do it well. The test drive is a crucial part of the car buying process. You might think it’s as simple as snatching the keys from the salesperson’s hand and heading out

How to Lower your 1928-1931 Model A – Hot Rod

The direction we wanted to go with this build was to first rid the stock coupe of all the gee-gaw Model A stuff. That meant the bumpers, spare tire, Route 66 license plate, and other myriad items of wont had to go. Next up, a later set of wire wheels

How Long Will It Take For Ridesharing Companies To Go Electric?

Ridesharing companies have become hugely popular. Now, they just need to reduce their carbon footprint. EDITOR’S NOTE: This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to publish these articles.

How Racing Point is gambling on a Mercedes clone

Racing Point has decided to copy last year’s title-winning Mercedes concept on its new RP20. Eschewing a design philosophy that it’s familiar with has its risks, but gambling in the last year of the current F1 ruleset also could reap big rewards Back in 1996, mankind finally broke the boundaries