Brent vd Schyff is a local writer who has a deep affinity to the original Audi S1 Sport Quattro and once camped in a one-man tent at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, alone. He races in the local GTI challenge series and dreams of one day driving an original group C Mazda 787B at Leguna Seca. He has also never owned an Alfa.
In this week's news that you need to know, McLaren futureproofs itself by launching a series-production follow-up to its legendary P1 hypercar, Ford unveils a bold electrification strategy and Porsche demonstrates... Read More
In this week's news that you need to know, Audi gets spammed by Tesla fanboys during its e-tron GT reveal, Suzuki launches snacks, a polaroid camera and a Vitara Brezza and the new C-Class is very nearly here. Brent... Read More
The first week of February 2021 produced some banging news. Mercedes-AMG has finally put it in writing that the next-generation C63 will be propelled by a hybrid 4-pot, Audi has announced local pricing for its... Read More
It's been a big week on the motoring front, replete with significant industry news and new models being shown for the first time. Brent vd Schyff breaks down the important bits (with his tongue firmly in his cheek,... Read More
BMW recently auctioned its limited run of M2 CS (Clubsport) sports coupes in South Africa. Will this sort of sales method cause a surge in pricing and inspire other manufacturers to auction off their distinctive... Read More
In this week's roundup of the news you may need to know, contributor Brent van der Schyff delves into why Nurburgring lap times don't matter, how Mini has fooled us all and how he's salivating over the... Read More
In this week's roundup of the news you may need to know, contributor Brent van der Schyff delves into the facelifted Fortuner's unflappable presence atop the sales charts and why "hyper hatches" are a... Read More