Tim Pitt

Tim has been our Managing Editor since 2015. He enjoys a retro hot hatch and has a penchant for Porsches.

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Ferrari 328 GTS review: Retro Road Test

We drive a classic Ferrari 328 GTS, then look at the practical stuff – such as what goes wrong and how much you should pay

Best first cars for new drivers

We reveal the 10 money-saving cars with the lowest monthly running costs, including the Toyota Aygo, Suzuki Swift and Dacia Sandero

The top 20 Retro Road Tests of the year

A round-up of the best classic cars we’ve driven in 2016, including two Porsche 911s, a Honda NSX and an original Fiat 500. Oh, and a Sinclair C5.

Driven: James May’s Rolls-Royce Dawn

James May has driven it on The Grand Tour, Matt LeBlanc's driven it on Top Gear, now it's our turn to drive this Rolls-Royce Dawn...

Sunderland safe: Nissan confirms car production will stay in UK

New Nissan Qashqai and X-Trail will be built in Sunderland, securing 7,000 jobs

McLaren 675LT Spider review: driving Top Gear’s fastest car

We drive the fastest car around the Top Gear track: does the McLaren 675LT Spider live up to the legendary Longtail name?

Smart City Coupe review: Retro Road Test

We drive the original Smart: one of the most forward-thinking – and flawed – cars of recent years

2017 Peugeot 3008 review: from frumpy MPV to funky SUV

Can the new Peugeot 3008 SUV steal the Qashqai’s crossover crown?

Last blast: a fast farewell to the Renaultsport Megane

We bid adieu to Renault’s hottest hatch with a memorable drive in the 275 Cup-S

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Volkswagen T-Roc R (2020) review

The Volkswagen T-Roc R combines the style of an SUV with the speed of a hot hatchback. The best of both worlds, then?

In pictures: classic Jaguars for the road and racetrack

We visit the showroom and workshops of Woodham Mortimer, a world-leading specialist in classic Jaguars and historic motorsport

Busted: 12 common myths about motorway driving

We reveal the truth behind 12 motorway myths, including when to use the hard shoulder and how smart motorway speed limits work.

Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet (2020) review

The Porsche 911 Turbo is the ultimate 'city' supercar. But it’s also longing to escape – and fast. We drive the 992 Turbo S Cabriolet.

Police cancel speeding fines ‘due to coronavirus’

As police struggle to cope with the COVID-19 workload, speed awareness courses have been suspended and some speeding penalties cancelled altogether.