Author Archives: Jez Gilman

Porsche 991 GT3 RS – Created At Weissach, Preserved At Brands Hatch

The Porsche 911 is an iconic marque, and none more so than models with the RS designation. Standing for ‘Rennsport’ (German for racing), the RS variants of the 911 truly are the road-going race cars to be coveted. The latest evolution, the 991 GT3 RS is no exception. Advertised by Porsche as the car to push […]

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UF Detailing Services – Clean Technology For All Round Protection

The award-winning UF Detailing Studio has long been established at the world-famous Brands Hatch race circuit and, more recently, in Luton, Bedfordshire. Over the years, technologies move on and with them, customer requirements change. In response to improvements in car care technology, UF Detailing Studio has revised the detailing products and services on offer to […]

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Machine Polishing – What’s It All About?

Keeping a vehicle’s paintwork in perfect condition is a time consuming and tricky job. All too often it falls victim to swirls from poor washing techniques, scratches from hedges, etching from bird droppings and even marks caused by acid rain fallout. Removing these blemishes by hand can be incredibly labour intensive and some of these […]

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Mercedes-AMG G63, Developed At Schöckl Mountain, Protected at Brands Hatch

These days, SUVs tend to be either tall cruisers built for on the road comfort, or they are confident off-roaders but with little in the way of luxury. As might be expected of an executive marque, Mercedes-AMG has done its best to find the perfect combination of the two. Enter the G63: a formidable-looking SUV […]

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Kamikaze Collection – The ‘Kaizen’ Approach To Car Care

Designed, developed and produced in Japan, Kamikaze Collection is the brainchild of Kai Morita, a passionate car care enthusiast who bought his first rotary polisher at just fourteen years old. At the time, the Japanese car care industry was just beginning to develop glass coats to combat the notoriously soft finish of Japanese vehicles. However, […]

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Protecting ‘The Spirit Of 1948’ – The Last Land Rover Defender Heritage

The Land Rover Defender is instantly recognisable, and it’s barely changed since its inception in 1948. Conceived from war-time shortages and born of necessity, the Defender is a timeless, classless classic. Permanent four-wheel drive and a power take-off (PTO) at the rear made it the ideal all-rounder, appealing to foreign buyers as well as the […]

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Volkswagen Golf R Estate, ‘Detailed For A Detailer’

The VW Golf has inspired several generations of dedicated, die-hard fans. The combination of reliability, practicality, style, quality and affordability is integral to the success of the model, but it’s the fun factor that has given the Golf its lasting appeal. The Golf Estate first made an appearance in September 1993 but the performance estate […]

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