- Elise S1 and Sport 160 – High miles resto versus low miles
- Turbo Esprit – Timewarp turbo takes us back to the 1980s
- Jochen Rindt – Team Lotus’s wildest ever driver profiled
- Exige 300RR – The one-off V6 powered endurance racer
- 1970 British Grand Prix – The race that went down to the wire
- Lotus Mark VI – Behind the wheel of the specials-era Lotus
- Elan Plus 2 buyers’ guide – How to make sure you get a good one
- Elan M100 – Why Porsche’s PR man has a Lotus for the weekend
- …and much more!
Which makes for the best ownership proposition – an immaculately original low milage car, or one that has already lived a life? We meet the owners who have one of each – a restored Elise S1 and a low milage Sport 160.
This timewarp Turbo Esprit takes us right back to the 1980s – with one owner from nearly new and just 2000 miles on the clock, it’s remarkably preserved.
Jochen Rindt was Team Lotus’s wildest driver, and he had an often fractious relationship with Colin Chapman. Richard Heseltine takes a look back at the posthumous champion’s career.
The Exige 300RR is a one-off racer that was fitted a V6 engine before the Exige road car. After a career mostly in the Far East, it’s now back in the UK and being restored to its former glory by Pilbeam.
The 1970 British Grand Prix went right down the wire, with the final result decided after the chequered flag dropped. Team Lotus was right at the sharp end, as Richard Heseltine explains in our latest Great Race report.
How does the specials-era Lotus Mark VI stack up in 2020? We took to the road in one to find out.
What does a Porsche PR man drive for fun at the weekend? This Elan M100! We met him to find out why.
Thinking of buying an Elan Plus 2? Make sure you read our buyers’ guide first to ensure you bag a good one.