Where were we before YouTube? I have so many YouTube channel subscriptions. My wife's channels are all food related. Mine are all car and motorcycle related. Here's a few of my favourites, in no particular order.
Harry Metcalf was the founder of Evo, the UK magazine for petrol heads. Beautifully written, with great photography, and a by-line that was something like 'For the joy of driving'. For years I subscribed to this magazine, even after I had moved to New Zealand. I would drive exotica vicariously with Evo.
Now Harry has retired, has a big garage stuffed with interesting cars and motorbikes and YouTube channel! He's driven his Testarossa to the Moroccan desert, his Rolls Royce Silver Cloud (might have been a Shadow) to the Northern Lights, and his Lotus Esprit to a James Bond collection in the Alpes. His collection of cars includes a few left-field choices including a Fiat 500, and a brace of Paris-Dakar inspired big thumpers.
The Late Brake Show
Jonny Smith used to be a writer for Max Power (a UK modders mag), and a presenter on Fully Charged. Now he has an eclectic show, not to mention a left field choice of cars. His garage has a Nissan Figaro (his wife's), a new Suzuki Jimny, a Dodge Charger and a Beetle. Oh, and an Austin Allegro 3 door (!) with a 2.7 V6 engine shoehorned into it. The best bit? It looks stock, complete with 1970's sludge green paintwork and steel wheels.
Enjoy! More to follow ✌