The S1 — a quality Ford that’s high on the wish list of any blue oval fan, but as ever there’s always room for improvement…
Not just there to look good, Stu explains what you need to know about gauges.
What you need to know to size your fuel system from scratch.
This update is a packed one because the pressure’s on, but Neil‘s still found time to leisurely leaf through the parts catalogues…
Here’s more from the Autosport International Show 2011, this time in moving picture form…
The June issue is our Touring Car Special! And it’s on sale now! This special edition of Fast Ford is packed full of fantastic Touring Car features, including: Ex-BTCC Sierra Cosworth RS500! First raced by Lawrence Bristow in 1989, it’s still winning races today! Ex-BTCC Prodrive Mondeo! The most expensive BTCC car ever [...]
Neil‘s been down to Jamsport again this month, doing what donkey work he can to prep the shell while the lads crack out the welder once more.
I swear this car is cursed! After fitting the Eibach lowering springs a couple of months ago, I discovered I had self-levelling rear dampers, so needed to swap for some non-levelling ones!
Last month I took my Fiesta to ZT specialist Devil Developments for some serious loving.
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Unlike some sequels out there, the Mk2 Fiesta XR2 was every bit as good as the original fast Fiesta.
The Ford Fair ticket hotline closes this Sunday – get your tickets at a discounted rate before next week’s big event!
This is the last backdated Staff Cars update for today – these are months old, so for all the latest news on our cars remember to pick up a copy of Fast Ford from your newsagents!
Not massively powerful out of the box, but there’s plenty you can do to make your Focus fly.
When Neil first got his new daily driver, he went mental in an initial flurry of activity to turn the Focarse from a sedate golf club carrier into the bank robber’s vehicle of choice…
I have well and truly road tested my Mk1 now. The conversion the TOTD crew did surpasses my expectations. The engine’s an animal, so responsive and savage.