Classic cars to go under the hammer
Around 80 cars spanning nine decades have gone on display today ahead of an auction tomorrow.
Worth around three million pounds, the cars range from a 1917 Fiat to a 2004 Ferrari and will go under the hammer at a Bonhams auctio,n at the RAF Museum at Hendon in north west London.
The vehicles include a rare 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster that has been in a private collection since 2005 and which could fetch as much as £500,000.
Britain's worst driver fails test 107 times
A 28-year-old from London has become Britain's worst driver after failing his driving theory test 107 times.
He's so far spent more than £3,000 trying to pass the test, which includes a 57 minute multiple choice examination and a hazard perception test.
Motorists must pass both before they can sit a practical test.
£200,000 Ferrari seized by police
A Ferrari worth more than £200,000 is on display outside New Scotland Yard as part of a campaign to target uninsured drivers in London. The vehicle was seized from its owner in Kensington.
Police have arrested more than 750 people under Operation Cubo for offences including money laundering and drugs.