Micheal Ward is part of the small but talented team that produces Auto Italia magazine. He's spent his working life around priceless sixties Ferraris but what he really loves is a three-box seventies Fiat
Sam Skelton is easily the youngest guest we've ever had on Speedshop - but don't let that put you off. Not quite thirty he's had almost forty cars and likes big, wafty Citroens, supercharged Jag but can't see the appeal of air-cooled Volkswagens.
The Reverend Adam Gompertz is a car-designer turned clergyman who also happens to be a gifted artist. He owns a 1962 Rover P4 100 - perfect if he was the Vicar in an Agatha Christie novel - but, if he had the money would spend it on an all-electric Polestar.
Simon Browse supplies cars for film and tv and his fleet includes a Pierce-Arrow that belonged to a US president and a pink Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible. He's from Essex but let's not hold that against him.
Alex Reid-Entwhistle is that rare thing, a car dealer who's also a car enthusiast. He knows how to tell a story too, which is just as well because he's my - politically-incorrect - guest, on this episode of Steve's Speedshop.
Nick Larkin has been writing about classic cars long enough for some cars that were brand new when he started to being considered classics.. He loves the bread-and-butter British motors of the late-fifties and early-sixties and he's a big fan of buses - but don't let that put you off.
Stuart Owen has hit 117mph on a Lambretta motor scooter and talked Steve out of starting a fight at the side of a busy Autostrada just south of Milan. Find out how and why he did both those things in this episode of 'Speedshop'.
John Gould has never owned an Aston Martin he really liked, thinks the Healey 100/6 is criminally underrated and is banned for life from a US hotel chain for an incident involving a swimming pool and a rental car
Lee Noble wanted to build a supercar you could use everyday and he did it, with Ultima, Ascari and with Noble. Lee speaks his mind and tells it very much as he sees it. Don't miss his undiluted opinions this week on Steve's Speedshop
Nick Gales built choppers for rockstars, A-list actors and royalty. Jean Todt, head of Ferrari F1, threatened to sue him when he built a Ferrari chopper but ended up buying the bike for Michael Schumacher. He's my guest on this episode of Steve's Speedshop.
Julian Nowill invented the banger rally - motoring adventure for the masses - with the first Plymouth-Dakar, which didn't start in Plymouth and didn't end in Dakar. He once flew to Moscow to buy Russia's worst car and drove it all the way back, on two cylinders. He is my - fascinating - guest tonight on Steve's Speedshop
Ruben Goulding used to climb mountains for a living, now he deals in classic British motors. Instead of the scrapyard the terminally rusty get turned into desks, barbecues, and works of art. Even if beauty was never even skin deep, to begin with
Julian Grimwade went to buy a Ferrari and came back with a boat instead. And he's owned the Top Trumps legend the Monteverdi Hai and three Citroen 2CVs. But he doesn't like BMWS. Find out why on Steve' Speedshop.
Simon Duval Smith sold cars at Autodrome, Europe’s biggest classic dealer, in the nineties is now the award-winning editor of eVISIONS magazine, and rides a Garley chopper in leather pants but has never owned a leather jacket. He’s my guest tonight, on Steve’s Speedshop
The Gran Torino in 'Starksy and Hutch'. The Lotus 7 in 'The Prisoner. Steed's Broadspeed (or was it?) Jaguar in 'The New Avengers ' Which was your favourite from television's classic era? Fire up the Quattro our kid because, tonight on Speedshop my guest is MIke Smith
The BAC Mono is the street legal, single-seater that frightens Ferrari owners. There a new incarnation of the Mono and it’s even faster. In fact it’s considerably quicker. Neil Briggs from BAC joins me to explain why and how they did it
What's the connection between a WW2 fighter ace, the world's long-serving radio host and the Queen's husband ? The answer is they all owned an example of the Coventry-built Alvis, find out what it was and who they were, on Steve's Speedshop
The story of Soviet cars isn't just utilitarian transport. Alongside the Ladas and Trabants there were Chaikas, ZILs, and the mighty, rear-engineD, air-cooled V8 Tatras - but only for the high-ups. Yes, all comrades were equal - of course -but...well, you know the rest. Oh, and high-performance seventies Vauxhalls. Tonight, on Steves Speedshop
In the mid-sixties the Jensen CV8 was the fastest four-seater car on the planet. After a quarter-of-a-million miles with it's first owner this one headed for the Bonneville Salt Flats with a chap called Ian Northeast behind the wheel to claim the title. World's Fastest Jensen.
Andy Middlehurst has had an incredible motor racing career first on bikes, then in rallying, he was a works driver in the BTCC. Today he's still racing - and winning - in Historic Formula One. Don't miss this one...
John Pogson has lived and breathed Ferraris for over forty years. He's best known as a racer for his exploits in F40s but is a big fan of unfavoured road cars like the 308GT4 and the much-maligned Mondia
Introduced in 1972 the Kawasaki Z1 - codename New York Steak - had four cylinders, twin overhead camshafts, electric start and a top speed of 132mph. It was also one of the best-looking bikes in the history of motorcycling. This was the birth of the Superbike and tonight my guest of one of the world's acknowledged experts ( and an old mate) Dave Marsden of Z-Power
Ford Model T, Volkswagen Beetle and the Mini. The three most significant, innovate and influential cars in the history of motoring. But none is loved like the Mini, the brainchild of Sir Alec Issigonis perhaps the only real genius in the story of the UK car industry. The Mini celebrates its sixty birthday this year and we've devoted the whole show to the best big little car in the business. Joining me in the studio Andy Harrison from Acespeed Historic Motorsport
Lotus, Morgan, Caterham, Noble we're talking traditional British sports cars tonight with Jonathan Jarratt and we meet Larry Houghton a man who builds clever propellers, award-winning custom motorcycles and has just completed an amazing one-off single-seater, hot-rodded street racer
Mick Honest has owned hundreds of cars and has an opinion about each and every one of them. Find out what he thinks of the Land Rover experience, dual mass flywheels, and the Morris Minor. and why went buy a Bentley Continental and Aston Martin DB9 and came back with neither tonight on Speedshop.
Lister Cars were phenomenally successful in fifties motor racing with drivers including Sir Stirling Moss and indefatigable Archie Scott Brown, Lawrence Whittaker talks Lister now and then and we're joined by touring car legend, Jason Plato whose written a book called 'How Not To Be A Professional Racing Driver'
You'll know names like Norton, Indian and MV Agusta but do you know Fantic,Paton and Arch? We're at the opening of the new Krazy Horse store in Oxfordshire where you'll find all those names and more. And we go for a drive in French countryside in a 1965 Porsche 912 to talk GT40s, twin-engined 2CVs and using a battle tank to commute into central London with collector, racer and hotelier, Martin Overington
We're at Bicester Heritage Centre talking early Porsches with James Turner from Sports Purpose and our guest in the studio is the man, the legend Bonneville Bob57 years on British bikes and still riding.
In this episode, Steve chats with John Hamer a fantastically talented metal fabricator who built a car with bits of scrap leftover from his day job and to Andy Saunders the UK’s most prolific creator of one-off vehicles.
Steve's Speedshop returns for season 3 with a feature on a '63 VW Beetle that's faster then a MacLaren F1 and, in the week that 'Framing John De Lorean' with Alec Baldwin as the charismatic car maker comes out on Blu Ray & DVD we've got a fascinating and revealing interview with the longest-serving employee of the DeLorean Motor Company, Barrie Willis.