TAKING a germ of an idea to design and build a car and turn it into reality is hard enough, but doing it in 18 months is nothing short of miraculous.
That is exactly what locally born car designer Simon Keys has done with his latest creation the Zenos E10, as he explained to Rosie Allsopp
Katie Vidamour, 31, director of Focus HR Solutions, which was established by Katie and Becky Machon in 2007 as the first company in the island to offer a full range of human resource services to local business.
IT’S NOT every day that you get invited to go off-roading, especially in vehicles that are almost 70-years-old. But that’s exactly what Motoring editor Rosie Allsopp did when she joined the Guernsey Military Vehicle Group on its winter rally. Steve Sarre took the pictures.
John Bichard, aka Mr Autocross, is 58 years old and has been involved with Guernsey Autocross Club since 1974. He is currently club secretary and commentator. John is also the main commentator at Vazon sand racing events and can also be found at Terres House corner at some hill climbs. He is also on the Classic Vehicle Club committee, as media contact and show compere.
Clive Maides, 63, a founder of the Martel Maides estate agency and auctioneering group, now a consultant director of the auction business, has spent more than 40 years driving on Guernsey roads and has probably visited a major proportion of island homes and commercial properties during his career. He remains passionate about property and enjoys the challenge of auctioning anything from fine arts to vehicle number plates.
Since his early teens he has been a keen car and motor sport enthusiast. He participated in local hill climb events in his early 20s and was a classic record holder for a number of years.
More recently he has competed in local motor sport charity events and track days in the UK and France.