Below are a list of what I feel are worthwhile and relevant links. If you think I’ve missed anything out, please contact me using the form elsewhere on this site.

Motoring websites

The unofficial BMC>MGR web resource, recently expanded to include non-BMC>MGR car development stories.
Post-Cowley Maestro Register
Steve Worsley’s excellent website charting the history of the ‘Post Cowley’ Maestros initially intended for Bulgaria
A motoring news website, complete with Classified Ads section.

Motoring blogs

5ive Gears In Reverse
Looking backwards and forwards at the automotive world – with idiosyncracies on all forward gears

The personal motoring site of my friend and motoring jounalist John Lambert

Definitely Motoring
Petrol runs through the high octane bloodstream of Darwen-based Luke McCormack

Personal websites          

Memory Lane
The award-winning radio programme I created and present on the University of Huddersfield’s Radio Hudd.

Notable forums            

All Classics Car Forum
All classics welcome from the dawn of time to the 90s,if it’s your classic it’s our classic
Post War Classics
Founded in 2007 and enjoyed by friends ever since, this is a general classic car forum with a truly friendly atmosphere.
Young Guns Classics
Young? Into classic cars? Wondering what the word Gun is there for? With roadtrips, camaraderie, and a bit of chat about old motors, YGC is THE forum for young classic motorists.

Owners Club websites

Maestro and Montego Owners’ Club
Celebrating it’s tenth anniversary, this website caters for the M+MOC community. Development stories, images, and a community forum.

Rover SD1 Club
The Club website of the SD1OC, celebrating the SD1 since 1991. Members’ cars, the SD1 development story, a forum, and more!


Other noteworthy websites  

A Hippo On The Lawn
Diary of an Involuntary Expatriate – the charming chap behind this blog – Tom Gowans, resident in Angola – respects what I do and runs an excellent cooking blog in addition to this collection of opinions and ideas.