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The Goodwood Revival 2014, with Phil Daniels

Enjoy the atmosphere of Britain's top retro festival – celebrating motor racing, music and fashions of the 1940s, '50s and '60s – in our CSMA Club podcast. PLUS: Phil Daniels on Mods, motors and tailoring and Sir Stirling Moss on retiring too soon – and his favourite year >

The 2014 London to Brighton

Charis Whitcombe looks ahead to this Sunday's (November 2) Veteran Car Run. >

Electric motorcycles set to transform our roads

Graeme Hay helps the government shape roads policy on behalf of Britain's motorcyclists. He is also Chairman of the CSMA Club Motorcycle Group. He tells us why he believes electric bikes are about to create a huge boom in biking >

Back to back road test: MG and Peugeot superminis

We drive small, affordable cars in the £10-12k bracket from MG and Peugeot. Which one should you buy? >



Gallery: Arctic Norway

Snowscapes… pine trees… reindeer… cosy fires. Beautiful photography of a land where they do winter properly. >

Road Trips: Touring Iceland, a breathtaking sight around every corner

A unique trip around the Route 1 perimeter road, exploring the island's wealth of natural wonders  >

Road trips: Leaving Las Vegas

We take an epic road trip from Vegas, through the tiny towns of the Mojave Desert  >

Road Trips: Spanish Gold

A road trip through the white towns of Andalucia with Sally Davies >


Nick Hewer

Nick Hewer: "I've no talent and no training. But I have worked hard…"

Lord Sugar's Apprentice henchman on his new life as Countdown presenter, the secrets of business success – and the art of being in the right place at the right time. >

'Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle and me': we meet Anthony Horowitz

At the launch of a major new Sherlock Holmes exhibition, author Anthony Horowitz speaks to CSMA Club Magazine about the enduring appeal of Holmes. Plus: 10 things you never knew about Holmes. >

25 Free Things to do in the UK in November

Something for everyone in our bumper guide >

Would you rent your home out to tourists?

Peer-to-peer rentals are now a billion-pound industry – but homeowners who let their homes to tourists are coming under increasing fire from hotel groups and some city authorities.  >

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