The immortal ‘Frogeye’ Sprite was a quintessentially British design, but could its roots have lain further West?
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in July 2018.
The compact two-seat sportscar wasn’t necessarily a British invention, but for a period during the twentieth century, the UK was perhaps its prime exponent. Hardly surprising, given Britain’s traditionally serpentine network of narrow undulating roads and a taxation regime which dictated lower capacity, longer-stroke engines of limited outright power.
But the British are an inventive people and soon found ways to Continue reading “Kenosha Kid”