About WWA

No working title – a new career in progress


Wayne Gorrett

Independent, freelance motoring & lifestyle writer.

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Commissioning editors at:

United Kingdom:
Leasing Options, Total Vehicle Leasing,
Mayhem! MagazineFlush The Fashion,  Beautiful South MagazineTop Deals 4 Wheels.

South Africa: Magazine SABusiness Day Motoring (Jhb).


It would be wrong of me to suggest I know more than most about cars, because I don’t. I merely combine a lifetime’s enthusiasm of cars and motoring with the last seven years as a motoring and lifestyle writer and that’s where I am about now.

I am aware of what I like – and what I don’t. Like wine-tasting, all views are subjective.

I pen car reviews, first-drive reports, auto technology and lifestyle articles for both conventional print and online publishing – for a small stipend, you understand. I am not a ‘part-time blogger’ as I work hard at being a professional writer, which is my sole source of poverty-dodging income.

I do not write for free, so please don’t ask.

Wayne’s World Auto website exists merely to keep Google’s creepy crawly algorithms interested in my professional profile. I publish the occasional brand release – with 99% of the adjectives removed – along with my own articles that have either been published elsewhere or are time-expired due to the arrival of new models or mid-life face lifts, etc.

I am blessed with unfettered access to the Press fleets of most of the UK’s mainstream car industry such as Ford, Kia, Nissan, Honda, et al and the more niche manufacturers like Lotus, Morgan, Rolls-Royce and Tesla.

Please have a rummage through the Brand Portfolio link above for the evolving list of car manufacturers with whom I work closely.

Thanks for dropping by, and remember…
please don’t drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.

Car collage


5 responses to “About WWA

  1. Wayne's World Auto Blog UK

    June 18, 2012 at 22:45

    Thanks for the encouraging words.


  2. Wayne's World Auto Blog UK

    May 31, 2012 at 20:55

    Hi Les, yes we do indeed. I remember your Rover very well. Such good times! It’s a shame you didn’t bring it here…be worth a very shiny penny now!


  3. Les

    May 31, 2012 at 18:50

    I remember the dog kennel. I also remember my 1968 Rover 2000 with affection. We have such great times to log hum!!


  4. waynesworldautobloguk

    May 14, 2012 at 21:22

    Agree! I’ve seen one around these parts (SO32) in the past few years. I remember it looking quite tidy for its age. As for the Toyota Hilux ‘bakkie’ well not a lot can beat it for indestructibility…as TopGear proved. Game on indeed!


  5. Bomber

    May 14, 2012 at 20:59

    Good blog Wayne – I reckon the trusty Datsun would be a good match for the Toyota Hilux pickup in terms of unstopability! Game on!



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