Time For An Update – What’s Coming Up


As you can probably tell by the way new reviews and updates have a bit further apart than usual that it’s all a bit quiet here at WellDriven – but fear not, there is plenty of new stuff coming up in the coming months…

As is always the case this time of year, there aren’t as many events going on and this actually works well for me, as it gives me a bit of a chance to focus a bit more on the day job and make sure that is all going smoothly, and it also gives me a good opportunity to look at what is coming up when show season kicks off along some much-needed planning time with regards to test cars etc… and 2019 is already looking like another big one! If you follow WellDriven on social media, you’ve probably seen the first few test cars for the year have started to trickle in – mainly from Subaru and Isuzu and there are already a few other cars booked in for the coming weeks including something very VERY special, but more of that closer to the date! There will be some reviews of the latest Subaru Outback and Isuzu D-Max Blade in a few weeks and there is also a first look at the new Bentley Continental GT coming soon so keep your eyes peeled for those.

Unfortunately, it’s looking more and more like I won’t be able to attend a many shows this year due to my day job commitments, with shows like Goodwood Festiva of Speed already written off for me which is a real shame, as I’ve been going for many years and always had a great time, but sometimes we need to prioritise the jobs that keep a roof over our heads. I will, however, be attending Silverstone Classic this year and I am also hoping to get back to Heveningham Hall Concours d’Elegance for the third year running, as I still think it is one of the best shows of the automotive calendar.

Porsche Club GB filling the hanger with owner’s cars

Another big project I am currently working on for the website is to create more content on the people who actually read this site – so instead of just driving about in nice shiny new cars and going to big events, I also want to get to know the people who have helped me keep this site going by finding out about your cars, your histories and why you love cars… I have already started reaching out to people to talk to them about their cars and if anyone is interested in being featured in this new section of WellDriven, please contact me on enquiries@welldriven.eu What I really want to do is not just cover supercars and high-end sports cars, but also the cars that have a story, the ones that you love and couldn’t ever part with and why. As I said before, I have already been in contact with many followers and readers and I am currently working on how I am going to put together the stories, so if anyone thinks I have forgotten them, don’t worry, I haven’t! Emails and updates will be sent out very soon!

One last thing to add is that WellDriven is always looking to work with businesses within the automotive industry, whether that be local to me here in Cambridgeshire or on a more national scale! If you or your business would like to know how I am looking to work with you, or if you are looking for something more specific, please do not hesitate to get in touch at enquiries@welldriven.eu and I’d be happy to meet up for a coffee and discuss how we can work together!

That’s all for now, there will be a new review going live in the next week or so and don’t forget to keep checking the WellDriven social media pages to keep up to date on what is going on!

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