Baby Rolls Has Spirit

The first progeny of Rolls Royce’s Anglo-German alliance with BMW was the Phantom, star of numerous rap videos and episodes of The Apprentice and yours for £250,000. But with Bentley rapidly cornering what could be facetiously termed the bottom end of the super-luxury market, Rolls-Royce needed a bread and butter model. The result? The Ghost,…
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Rhino Charge

Peter stares towards the obstruction, a sharp tumulus of ancient lava rising sharply from the tortured and rutted tangle of scrub which constitutes Kenya’s western savannah; stares at it, judging the incline, assessing possible winch points, the lie of the land, estimating how far he will get before the inevitable and indomitable forces of gravity…
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Fifty Thousand Feet Per Minute

Mike Beachy Head was not satisfied when he became the first and only private citizen in the world to own a supersonic plane, he then went and bought another three. Ready! Fire! Aim! Not good advice if you are flying a warbird in a conflict situation but with those words South African Mike Beachy Head…
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Nick English – The EP120

When our father died in a vintage aircraft accident in 1995 instinctively my brother, Giles, and I clung onto whatever we could that reminded us of him. We were both in our early twenties when he died in the practice air display. I remember the day as if it was yesterday when I had to travel to…
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Sell Spare Seats On Your Private Flights With Fly Victor

Fly Victor is an online market place for private jet charter and seat sales. It is the biggest innovation to happen within the private jet industry since the introduction of fractional ownership. For the first time, jet charterers can sell off surplus seats or empty legs to individual seat buyers. Since launch in August 2011, Victor has…
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New Porsche Supercar Planned

There are rumours that Porsche are planning a new Supercar to succeed the incredible Carrera GT. They developed a race car called the LMP2 RS Spyder and have enjoyed success all around the world. The rumour, according to a French car magazine, is that they will develop the theories behind this car into a new…
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Flight Test: Dave Unwin Reviews The TBM-700

Scything through the summer sky at 5 miles a minute, I was profoundly impressed at not only how civilised the TBM is, but perhaps even more importantly, how easy it is to fly. “Although with its wood-and-leather interior, Club-Class seating and air conditioning pack, the -700 may not appear to be a pioneering aeroplane, in…
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