Our writing team includes the UK's most authoritative motoring journalists, whose strongly-held and sometimes controversial views make the magazine a vital resource for everyone with a motoring interest.
Rufus J Flywheel
A bilious old party
World's leading motorsport coach. Online presence at www.racecoaching.com.
Guild of Motoring Writers' Regional Motoring Journalist of the Year and former BBC newsreader. Now Director of The Broadcasting Business.
Arrived at CARkeys after spell at What Car? and later as Editor of Top Gear website.
Rallying correspondent for innumerable motorsport titles. Also Editor of Van & Light Truck magazine.
RAC/Sunday Times Regional Motoring Award winner, now working freelance after distinguished career at the Perthshire Advertiser.
Former presenter of Top Gear television programme and contributor to many leading automotive magazines.
BBC producer and presenter with separate career as freelance motoring writer. Has lived and worked in Cornwall, Shetland and an island somewhere in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Motoring correspondent of Sunday Telegraph and contributor to many other national newspapers. Controversial author of
No More Sex War: The Failures of Feminism.
Leading motoring writer based in Northern Ireland. Knows as much about Steyr-Puchs as David Morgan does about Saab Sonnetts.
Former weekly newspaper Group Editor, now freelance. Expert on cars, boats and aeroplanes. Knows as much about Saab Sonnetts as Jim McCauley does about Steyr-Puchs.
Motoring contributor to many titles including the Sun. Also an expert on motoring and motorsport history.
Formerly served for a decade as Road Test Editor of Top Gear magazine, now a freelance writer and author contributing to several national dailies and magazines.
Formerly Associate Editor at Auto Express, now freelance.