New content has been a bit sparse of late. It’s not that we’re short of content – we have lots on the go, soon to be uploaded onto this ‘ere website. The reason is that we’re putting together a book of the best of our automotive adventures. Called “Nothing handles like a rental car (confessions of an automotive adventurer)”, it shares the best of our roadtrips, barnstorming, blags, scrapes and foreign jollies in a fat little paperback complete with maps and pictures. Those who enjoyed Rich’s last book “Confessions from quality control” (available on Amazon, here), will love this one.

It has 63000 words, 320 pages and one use of the word ‘frenulum’. The cover looks something like this;

You can buy it on Amazon, here; Nothing handles like a rental car: (confessions of an automotive adventurer)


About The Author

Rich Duisberg

Rich's drivel regularly appears in Practical Performance Car and GT Porsche magazines. He has also written for Classic & Sportscar, MogMag, Classic Performance and Retro, Banzai, Evo, and Modern Mini. He also did a book no-one bought. His hungover fizzog also often appears on CBS’s Carfection channel enthusing about historic motoring. Le Mans winner Derek Bell once refused to get in Rich's Morgan Three Wheeler with him at the wheel. Currently amongst the detritus in his garage is a 1972 Fiat 500 Abarth, a fat BMW and a Lotus Elise. Previous machinery includes a Porsche 968, an Alfa GTV V6 and a dreadful Sinclair C5. He also owns a vintage Royal Enfield pushbike.

2 Responses

  1. Stephen Hill

    Hi Rich, book sounds cool, if you wanted a cool cover illustration get in touch…
    check out to see my stuff. Confirmed petrol head with a history of dodgy motors and better bikes… Cheers, Hilly


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