2021 Bentley Bentayga V8 review. Could this posh SUV make a good farmer's car?

Published 14th February 2021. The 2021 Bentley Bentayga V8 has 542bhp and a top speed of 180mph but could it be used around the farm? Found out here!

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Suffolk Sportscars 2018 film - SS100 and C-type
  • Published on Feb 6, 2018. Find out all about Suffolk Sportscars, and the cars that we make, the Suffolk SS100 and the Suffolk C-type Jaguar. This video tells you all about the company and the 350 cars that they have produced in the past 23 years. visit our site www.suffolksportscars.com
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T.50 Final Sign-Off Drive
  • Published 30th March 2023. It's time. After all the development documented by Dario Franchitti MBE, Professor Gordon Murray CBE completes his T.50 sign-off drive.
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The Academy Racer | Episode 1 - The Caterham Academy
  • Published 3rd April 2024. Join Samantha Parker in Caterham's first-ever web series. The six-episode series explores the UK's leading amateur racing Championship, the Caterham Academy. Episode 1 lifts the bonnet on the Caterham Academy Championship and introduces our 2024 media driver. Throughout the year, you'll have the chance to get behind the scenes of a full Academy season, right from pre-season preparation and the first time on the grid, through to the final flag waving at the finish line. The Academy Racer series is supported by Dutch Barn Orchard Vodka. Follow the Academy Racer: https://caterhamcars.com/en/motorspor... Join the Academy: https://caterhamcars.com/en/motorspor.
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The Beast of Bodmin
  • Published 14th September 2017. "The chill should be unexpected - this is August, after all. However, it is approaching midnight... it's pitch black... and that howl is freaking us out a bit. We've been invited down to Bugle in Cornwall, England, by the founder of Toniq Ltd, Colin Williams. I've known (of) Toniq and Colin for a decade or so - one of those people you frequently miss by a few minutes; in our case either at a race track, car show or somewhere else that smells of rubber and petrol. An acquaintance that until now was formed over phone calls and internets, fertilized by a mutual love for the lightweight sports car. Finally we've shaken each others' hands, and I'm sat in the Toniq CB200 wearing a helmet, in the pitch black, parked in a huge puddle. It's strange for a first meet, sure, but I've had worse nights. The effort of getting into the root of England, deep into Cornwall, makes this late-night shenanigan all the more dramatic, like having to work a bit harder to get the good reward, and despite the fact myself and the rest of the crew having been on the road for over ten hours (and severely beneath our expected quota of motorway-service-grub) we're still wide awake. This is an exciting shoot. And it's exciting because of the car. The Toniq is not like other cars. The comparison with a Caterham is predictable, and one Colin is well-experienced in having to answer, but under the skin of this CB is a whole new car. Don't be fooled by the 2010 number plate, the gubbins under that silver and orange fa├žade are as fresh as 'going commando'. This very car is set to become the next generation of Toniq, and set to take them up a notch or two in people's estimations. The handling balance is incredibly well thought out and the weight distribution precisely 50/50 (with the right fuel load). With a kerb weight practically measured in grammes, plus tyres with more grip than a chav on a cheap TV during Black Friday, I know this is a beast which is ready to thrash..." Read more about the Toniq CB and see more images at https://www.influx.co.uk/cars/toniq/
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