Porsche 992 GT3

The 992 number is the model designation given to the eighth iteration of the legendary Porsche 911. Despite FMSC being the most strict on Porsche for qualifying cars, with the entry point a GT car or above, it still remains the most numerous brand in our club. Today we celebrate Porsche as we look at…

Chris’ Porsche 911 Carrera 4 S

The Porsche 911. Possibly the most iconic supercar of our time? Chris tells us in this month’s featured members car, the back story to him buying this rather special 911, in his own words. The Beginning It was in 2016 after my father passed away, my wife and I decided we needed to be a…

Duncan’s Ferrari F12 TDF

Our featured club member’s car is this absolutely stunning F12 TDF belonging to club member Duncan B. The Ferrari F12 TDF is very significant as it represents the second fastest production car Ferrari had made at its launch in 2015, only being bested by the legendary LaFerrari. Hit the title above for the whole story.

Dean’s Maserati Story

Learn about the ownership of a Maserati GranTurismo from someone that has enjoyed one since 2015. Read Dean’s story here.

Martin heads to Italy to spec his new car

One of the founding members of the FMCC Martin B has been lucky enough to have owned two Lamborghinis already by the modest age of just 25. Firstly a used Murcielago and then more recently a brand new Huracan LP610-4. But late in 2018 and to celebrate his 29th birthday, he flew out to Sant…

Jesse’s Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster

Stealing the show from yesterday’s event was Jesse Harfield’s Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster

Find out more about this striking one-off raging bull, what colour the exterior / interior is and what Ad Personam is by clicking here

Why FMCC founder Greg says, he can’t afford to NOT own a Ferrari

Greg bought his first Ferrari in 2001, a Mondial QV Convertible. Even though this was one of only 24 RHD cars made worldwide, it was not hugely valuable and subsequently went in 2011 for about £20k. However, today the car is worth double what it was when it was sold. Slightly annoying you might say…