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F1 to return to Las Vegas in 2023 with Saturday race on 3.8-mile street circuit


Las Vegas will play host to the third of three grands prix in the United States next year.
2022 Maserati Grecale GT

Maserati Grecale review


Maserati is making a late assault on the mid-size SUV market with its Grecale. James Fossdyke tries it out for size.
2023 Rolls-Royce Spectre prototype under test

Rolls-Royce Spectre EV completes Arctic testing


The Rolls-Royce Spectre, the company’s first pure-electric model, has moved closer to production after completing Arctic winter testing.
2023 Lotus Eletre

Lotus Eletre SUV unveiled


Lotus has revealed the Eletre (pronounced el-etra), an electric SUV that marks a number of firsts for the company.
SIx reasons why the Ford Mustang Mach-E is the choice of leaders (sponsored)

Best electric cars in 2022


The 190,727 battery-electric vehicles sold in the UK last year represented a 76.3% rise on 2020’s figures...
Mercedes tests Drive Pilot

Mercedes to take blame for self-driving crashes


Mercedes has announced that it will take legal responsibility for any crashes that occur while the self-driving system is engaged.
Sell your car: Tips for selling your vehicle online with Motorway.co.uk

Top fuel saving tips


With fuel prices hitting record highs thanks to geopolitical strife, many motorists will be looking for ways to improve fuel economy.
CMA: UK needs ten times more electric car charging points by 2030

Government aims for 10x charging points by 2030


The Department for Transport has announced funding of £500m to further expand and develop the UK’s public EV charging infrastructure.
M6 Toll motorway booth driver POV

Fuel duty cut makes road pricing 'more urgent'


The introduction of pay-per-mile road pricing or toll roads has become more urgent with the government cutting fuel duty.
High Court rules it technically isn't illegal to film on a mobile phone while driving

£1k fine as law tightens on mobile use in cars


Motorists in England, Scotland and Wales caught using a handheld mobile phone could face a £1,000 fine and six penalty points or a ban from today
One in five drivers still using mobiles at wheel — but it could lead to disqualification

Police catch 173 drivers in mobile phone clampdown


Police in Surrey and Sussex say they stopped 173 drivers on the M25 in one week, including 105 motorists who were illegally using a mobile phone,
New higher grade biofuel risks damaging hundreds of thousands of cars

Fuel duty cut is 'drop in the ocean' for motorists


The Chancellor of the Exchequer has announced a 5p per litre cut to fuel duty as part of an effort to combat the spiralling cost of living.