Octane is a premium monthly magazine celebrating more than 100 years of automotive design, from classic Bentleys to the latest BMW. We have been at the heart of the motoring industry for nearly two decades, so we know our stuff when it comes to classic cars of all eras. Written by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, the magazine captures the exclusivity and excitement of the classic car world so you can experience it all wherever you are.
Octane Issue 208 – Oct 20
Inside this issue of Octane:
- McLaren F1 at Le Mans: it’s 25 years since the McLaren F1 road car won the Le Mans 24 Hours outright! This is the car that did it – and the people that made it happen tell us how they did it
- 1963 Facel Vega Facel II: James Elliott drives the rarest of the rare: not only one of the 182 that founder Jean Daninos considered his favourite, but in right-hand-drive with manual gearbox too
- Lamborghini Urraco: Octane drives Lamborghini’s original junior supercar in Italy – and also the latest version of its spiritual successor, the Huracàn
- 1944 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 S Berlinetta ‘Turinga’: a Touring-bodied car by any other name, only this rarity was built under a decree by the dictator Mussolini to ‘Italianise’ foreign-sounding names