We’ve compiled a list of the 15 very best shows – the ones you really don’t want to miss – so you can enjoy the ultimate automotive experiences in 2019
The JBR Capital team continued its aim to be at the heart of all the key motoring events with a recent trip to Switzerland at the Bonmont Bonhams sale. View results here!
Pininfarina’s magnificent portfolio is unmatched but the road has not always been smooth, see our unique timeline charting many of the firm’s significant highs, along with some of the inevitable lows.
JBR Capital, the UK’s leading independent high-end vehicle financier, has named the latest top 10 cars that premiership footballers purchase on finance.
Dr Vincent van der Vinne takes a look at the value of modern and classic sports cars and how they might be affected by manufacturing standards and CO2 policies in an effort to see how a 10-year-old or new special car becomes a precious classic…
The Geneva International Motor Show has once again set tongues wagging. Here is our round-up of the 10 most exciting supercars from Geneva 2019, as well as COO Stephen Halstead’s reasons for choosing these.
10 years of supercars making their debut at the Geneva Motor Show. But which ones have held their value, and which ones have lost out? See if you can guess!
Country-by-country bullet-point round-up of the good, the mad and the obscure in the world of Hybrid & EV Hypercars.
There are enthusiasts who invest in relatively ‘young’ sports cars. The expectation is that of a more affordable purchase than buying a factory-new model, with an increase in value in the coming years. But what is the basis of this expectation…?
We review the ‘car of the year’ – the Alpine A110. We take the car on the road and on the track at Goodwood, as well as getting some insights from BTCC driver Jake Hill and Alpine’s John Fuggles…
When is an SUV not an SUV? According to Lamborghini, when it’s an SSUV – a Super Sports Utility Vehicle – and right now there’s only one of those: The Urus. We take a look at the new Urus, and find out exactly what makes it a Super SUV.
We recently caught up with Academy Motorsport team owner and driver Matt Nicoll-Jones at the British GT event at Rockingham.
I recently spent some time with the 50th Anniversary edition of the Morgan Plus 8, thanks to our friends at Beamish Morgan, and it’s fair to say that I was blown away (both literally and figuratively!) by the car.
Following our recent test drive of the GT8, we were lucky enough to get our hands on an Aston Martin V12 Vantage Red Bull Edition. JBR Capital’s Martin Kennington took the car for a spin around Henley and found it be something rather special indeed.
This Saturday (March 24th) we were lucky enough to join 300 supercars at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground for SuperCar Driver’s season-opening event, the ‘secret meet.’
Aston Martin has produced some exceptional cars over the years and we were lucky enough to get our hands on one – a Vantage GT8 that is currently for sale at GT Heritage in Henley. The car, which is powered by a meaty 4.7 litre V8, is number 11 of 150 and includes the striking aero pack.
With so many fantastic cars on show in Geneva this week, it’s hard to pick the very best. In the supercar category, the debuts and premieres really stole the show, with the likes of Aston Martin Lagonda, Hennessey, Porsche, Ferrari and McLaren bringing their latest and greatest to the Palexpo in Geneva.
Hattie Guy joined us at Goodwood Motor Circuit for our inaugural JBR Capital Drivers Club event. Hattie took to the track with her Ferrari 458 GTC and gives an insight into her favourite car in the collection, the Koenigsegg Agera R.
As part of the JBR Capital Drivers Club, we invited some clients and guests to try the Ginetta G40 at Goodwood Motor Circuit. Watch the video below to see the cars in action, as racing driver and coach Jade Edwards tutors our guests in the cars.
Last year, JBR Capital – providers of high-end vehicle finance – revealed its top 10 supercars of the year. These are the most popular luxury high-performance models that JBR Capital has provided loans on over the last 12 month.
See a Lamborghini Huracan in action at Goodwood, as our coach Steve Glynn reveals why improving your driving skills is the number one consideration to getting the most out of a track day.
Our very own Martin Moore gets to drive the McLaren 570S. Watch the car in action in our video review.
The McLaren 720S, launched at the Geneva show earlier this year, is a stupendously, staggeringly, mindbendingly quick car. Read our full in-depth review of this latest hypercar by McLaren.
Follow us on a journey through 54 years of Ford’s illustrious line of two-seater GT models in an in-depth feature about these legendary sports cars.
In our latest series we’ve taken a look at the ultimate toys – track-only hypercars. We kick off with a focus on Ferrari, from the FXX to the LaFerrari-based FXX-K.
Say hello to the Abarth 595 and 695. Yes, they’re based on Fiat’s cute and hugely popular 500 citycar, but nothing comes closer to being a baby supercar, especially if it’s a limited-edition gem of which Abarth has now turned out several.
On Sunday we were lucky enough to see 210 supercars on show at the Supercar Driver event. Highlights included a Chiron, two Veyrons, an XJ220, Enzo, F40, P1 and Aventador SV… All looked spectacular lined up for a group shot on the runway.
Following our blog on the ‘instant classics’ of 2016 – supercars that have attracted a significant premium as soon as they’ve been delivered – we bring you another that is both a stunning driving machine and one that’s proving to be a safe bet financially, at least for those who ‘got in’ early…
Having covered the recent Holy Trinity of hypercars, we then jumped back half a century to the Holy Trinity of the early 1960s, we now take a leap forward again to the 2000s. A closer look at the Enzo Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR & Porsche Carrera GT.
As Jeremy Clarkson and The Grand Tour team hit the track to give their views on the Holy Trinity, we take a closer look at these hybrid hypercars with insight from two collectors who own all three.
The major sports and supercar manufacturers have treated us with a veritable feast of special limited-edition variants over the past 12 months. These cars are not only stunning but are also becoming instant classics and attracting a significant premium as soon as they have been delivered.