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News: April #ClassicRumble Update from Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead

It has been one month since the launch of the #ClassicRumble Charity Build Off and we caught up with our star participants; Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead, about their Charity Projects supporting The Marie Crawford Boyd Foundation and Harrison's Fund.

News: Hyundai Coupe Cup Rounds 3&4 at Snetterton – Alex Cursley

We headed off to Snetterton for rounds 3 and 4 of the Hyundai Coupe Cup with the hope of more of sustaining the success we enjoyed at Silverstone in our Lancaster Insurance Coupe. Snetterton has always felt like home to me, however it presents more of a challenge than Silverstone.

News: Roger Moore 14th October 1927 - 23rd May 2017. A Tribute.

As a devoted fan of Sir Roger Moore, I have been writing about quite a few of his television programmes and films for Lancaster Insurance. My aim, as many of you would have already guessed, was to pen a celebration of 40 years of The Spy Who Loved Me this July followed by a 90th birthday tribute in October. Instead, this is a tribute to an actor who always seemed to deprecate his talents but whose deceptively light touch, plus a succession of very fine motor cars helped to entertain and inspire millions of people around the world.

News: Alex Cursley Celebrates Double Win At Rockingham

Rockingham Motor Speedway was the setting for our mid-season meet and we set out to get back to our winning ways following the frustrations at Thruxton.

News: Peter Sallis and the World's Most Famous Austin A35 Van - A Tribute

What are the great Austin A35 moments in cinema? Well, there is Leslie Phillips driving a van in Carry On Constable, the taxi in The Great Muppet Caper and the spectacularly dire Austin van/Land Rover chase in the 1967 horror film The Deadly Bees, a picture involving bored actors being attacked by black and yellow Styrofoam on a regular basis. If we expand our remit to include the A35’s predecessor we have the even worse Clegg, a 1970 second feature where everyone is out-acted by an A30, various lampposts and their own hair. But, of course, little could equal the sheer drama and excitement of Wallace and Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

News: May #ClassicRumble Update from Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead

It has been two months since the launch of the #ClassicRumble Charity Build Off and we caught up with our star participants; Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead, about their Charity Projects supporting The Marie Crawford Boyd Foundation and Harrison's Fund.

News: Thruxton Race Report by Alex Cursley

The Lancaster Insurance Hyundai Coupe headed down to Thruxton for the big weekend, big because we were supporting the British Racing Trucks and big because everyone wants to win on the fastest track in the U.K.

News: AUGUST #CLASSICRUMBLE UPDATE FROM MIKE BREWER AND ANT ANSTEAD

The latest updates on the #ClassicRumble projects

News: Alex Cursley Interview

How does it feel to be the winner of the 2017 Hyundai Coupe Cup?

News: LOUIS ARMSTRONG, TEARS OF JOY AND THE MAN WHO SPENT THE RENT…

My top moments from the 2016 Practical Classics Restoration & Classic Car Show. By David Lofts, Marketing Manager at Lancaster Insurance Services.

News: Cars I Learnt to Drive In

In recent weeks I’ve spotted an Audi A1, BMW 123d and a new Mini Cooper as driving instructor vehicles in my local town. Feeling rather cheated as I passed my driving test in a battered Vauxhall Corsa just eight years ago, I shared my bewilderment with work colleagues who were only too happy to reminisce about the cars they learnt to drive in.