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Published on September 11th, 2011 | by Seán Ward

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NewMotoring.com’s 200th article!

Yes, we made it – 200 articles!

With any luck, there will be thousands more, but to celebrate, we thought we’d share with you a few statistics about newmotoring.

Yes, statistics on their own aren’t always fascinating, but these should be.

Oh, and we’ve uploaded two new YouTube videos to our channel, the first is of us in a Ferrari F430 spider at the Top Gear track last week, and the second, a video of us in a Lamborghini Gallardo SE at the Top Gear track, drag racing a Ferrari F430.

Sound good? It is, and hopefully, we’ll be able to bring you more things like this in the future!

Thank you for all your help!

If you haven’t already:

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The Stats

The domain name ‘newmotoring.com’ was purchased on 24th October 2010.

Hosting of ‘newmotoring.com’ began on 28th January 2011.

As of 14:30 on 11th September 2011, newmotoring.com has had 28,167 views.

Newmotoring.com has 88 fans on Facebook.

Newmotoring.com has 121 followers, and 905 tweets on Twitter.

The most popular post was ‘Honda Civic Type R Gets the Axe’, with 2,555 views.

Newmotoring.com hosted a campaign to get ‘The Chain’ by Fleetwood Mac, the theme for BBC’s F1 coverage, to Number 1 in the charts in March 2011.

16% of viewers are female, 84% are male.

Newmotoring has regular readers in the United Kingdom, the United States, India, Canada, Netherlands, Serbia and Egypt.

Newmotoring is read in, amongst other languages, English, Dutch, Spanish, French and Japanese.

Here’s to the future!


About the Author

I love cars, love writing, love photography. If you've got an idea, drop me an email and I'd be happy to chat.



  • http://www.carbuzz.co.uk James Hind

    Congrats guys! We’re aiming to get to our 200th post by the end of the year. You’ve inspired me to do a similar post.

    • Seán Ward

      Excellent! Let us know when you get there! It took ages to get it going, but the last 50 or so flew by! Here’s to another 200, or even 200,000!

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