• 150 MG cars at Arundel Castle

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    It was the MG Rally at Arundel Castle in West Sussex on Sunday 19 April 2015 with over 150 cars on show, ranging in age from the late 1920s to the modern day MGF sports models on the Lower Lawns in the Castle grounds.

    Bryan McDonald, Castle Manager, comments: “We were delighted to welcome the MG Owner’s Club back to Arundel Castle for 2015. The MG Rally’s display of perfectly preserved vehicles is always a favourite with our visitors.

    To further enthuse classic car aficionados, Arundel Castle has introduced three more new events for 2015 including:

    • Jaguar Day on Sunday 05 July
    • Classic Cars Gathering on 12 July
    • MG Car Club – SVW Register on 09 August

    Here’s some pictures from the day…

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  • Cool Bizarre Cars From Around The World

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    A collection of cool and very unusual cars from around the world showcasing creations that car lovers have created. Some of these cars and works of art! All these cool cars must have had a lot of love from their owners and get a lot of attention when they drive around.




























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  • Cars Of The FA Cup Stars

    The FA Cup semi-finals 2015 to be played this weekend will by no means be the most thrilling stage of this year’s competition. Current holders Arsenal take on Championship side Reading in the first match (Saturday, 18th April) before Liverpool face a rejuvenated, but still relegation-threatened, Aston Villa in Sunday’s tie.

    The bookies are (naturally) expecting an Arsenal vs Liverpool final, which would fall on May 30th – the birthday of retiring captain Steven Gerrard. However, despite Tim Sherwood’s claims that the FA Cup is “unimportant” compared to top flight survival, he would surely like to crown a first season at Villa Park with silverware.

    The good news is however that the semi-finals will boast a lot of players with excellent taste in cars. For this article, where we examine the supercars of footballing millionaires, we are indebted to Liverpool for knocking out Blackburn Rovers in their 6th round replay; as this article would be somewhat shorter had they progressed instead!

    Arsenal – Ferrari 458

    The Ferrari 458 seems to have become the “team car” of Gunners players, with at least three known to own one including Mesut Ozil, Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere. The 448 Speciale has a top speed of 202 MPH and will achieve 0-60 in 3.0 seconds – enough to even leave the notoriously pacy Walcott gobsmacked!


    What’s more, the 458 is simply a beautiful machine; its bodywork so sculpted and aerodynamically perfect you might worry about being sliced by the car’s wake if it passed too quickly.

    While we can’t understand why seemingly the entire Arsenal 1st team squad would plump for the same supercar, we concede they’ve made a fine choice.

    Gabby Agbonlahor (Aston Villa) – Lamborghini Gallardo

    The 458 may scream style, but the Gallardo puts out an altogether different vibe – raw power. Lamborghini’s best ever selling car will hit 100km/h in 3.6 seconds and look damn fine whilst doing so.

    All footballers everywhere: Range Rover Sport

    Many decry the Range Rover as an obnoxious accessory owned by crass vulgarians. I happen to disagree. For one, what car do you own if you’re excessively rich but incapable of controlling a supercar – step up the Range Rover. Also, you’d feel a lot more comfortable navigating hordes of paparazzi if your vehicle were built like a light battle tank.

    Glen Johnson (Liverpool) – Aston Martin DB9

    The DB9 is understated British excellence wrapped up in a beautifully sleek cocoon. The perfect car then for Liverpool right-back Glen Johnson whose excellent performances for club and country are overlooked more often than not.

    Honourable mention: Mark Wright (Liverpool) – Volkswagen Passat Estate

    The era of “mega money” football may have started with the Sky TV deal in 2002, but don’t let anyone fool you into thinking footballers were poorly off before then. In the early 1990s the Anfield parking ground would fill with Porsches, Mercedes and Land Rovers – with the addition of a particularly ugly estate car.

    Some assumed the beaten up Volkswagen Passat belonged to a cleaner, but it was actually the property of Liverpool defender Mark Wright, who treasured it for years.

    Though envy is a natural reaction to the incredible lives footballers lead, Wright gains a lot of kudos for showing you don’t need to splash the cash to be taken seriously!

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