I love small cars, but not for any practical reason.

A few days back I found myself driving a Vauxhall Corsa; a car which I despise to my very core. Finished with an interior that would be more exciting if it were inspired by a PowerPoint presentation on tax, a vaguely interesting name in an attempt to ensure that the car wouldn't be completely forgettable... Continue Reading →

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Motorhubs is now on DriveTribe!

Have you ever done something that you've wanted to do for a long time but you spent all those months or years putting it off? Maybe it was asking someone you fancy out, or taking up a new sport, or adopting a real life unicorn. (Ok maybe that last one is just me, but you... Continue Reading →

Highlights from the London Motor show.

Whenever I am asked "What did you do in the weekend?" I can't help but to feel rather awkward, because 99.99% of the time, my answer is something along the lines of "I did a bit of baking, nothing interesting really." Before I remember that the questioner has just heard a repeat of the exact... Continue Reading →

“AdBlue” blues.

The other day, I was tasked with refilling a Volkswagen diesel using a substance known as "Adblue". As mechanical chores go, this a relatively simple one (to some degree at least). Easy enough to explain the process of doing so in this article without it sounding like a meeting with SpaceX. On this particular Volkswagen,... Continue Reading →

Who I am and why I’m here…

I started Motorhubs in April 2017 because I aspire to become a motoring journalist. I thought that many motoring magazines and websites care more about practicality, running costs and so on than the things that petrol heads and motoring enthusiasts look for in a car. Not only then, am I here to publish reviews of... Continue Reading →

Why I Love motocross…

  Formula one is obviously an expensive motorsport not only to buy the cars but they seem to commit suicide as they go along so repairs are expensive too. It is not something we can just go and do on a weekend even if you could afford to if I could though I wouldn't do... Continue Reading →

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