MID-WEEK 180 – Could this be the last Manual Mini JCW (1to6 Edition) ?!

Could this actually be the last manual JCW, the 1to6 Special Edition. Limited to just 999 systems internationally of which just 150 will concern the UK. Also today we got to see the BMW Principle Touring Coupe from BMW that they absolutely should construct!


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20 responses to “MID-WEEK 180 – Could this be the last Manual Mini JCW (1to6 Edition) ?!”

  1. Rod Matheson Avatar
    Rod Matheson

    Good evening all… Best bang for buck was Hot Laps of Knockhill hill with Gordon ‘Flash’ Sheddon around Knockhill in an M3 👌🤓 Your Metro racing sounds awesome! That BMW is incredible, awesome. The JCW woukd be great, especially a manual! It definitely will be a sad day if no manuals are left… We will turn into those Americans! 🤓 The Aerial must have been mega fun, big boys toys!🤣Don’t grow up, it’s a trap! 😛

  2. Michael Kember Avatar
    Michael Kember

    Evening all hope everyone is well. Lovely weather we are having.

  3. Bradley Morgan Avatar
    Bradley Morgan

    Let’s hope for the development of synthetic fuels to keep the ICE and manuals alive.

  4. Neil Barden Avatar
    Neil Barden

    Always found most experience days to be a bit frustrating, but did enjoy the Alpine one at Thruxton. Standard A110 followed by the S, and encouraged to drive them properly by a pro instructor. Back there over the summer to drive their Emira. And very jealous of Ireland. 😂

  5. david Avatar

    I’m posting in from Canada. My second car was my best. It was a 1973 Toyota Celica. I paid $1,000 for it and sold it 2 years later for $1,800. Great car. I’ve had well over 30 cars. I did drive 75,000 km per year as an accident investigator. I’m now happily retired. Great video. I now drive a 2019 RS3 and a 2020 718 Spyder. I have a 2023 M2 on order as we no longer receive the RS3 here in Canada due to emission issues. Cheers mate.🥶

  6. Brian Griffiths Avatar
    Brian Griffiths

    Best ever driving experience was in 1988 when my next door neighbour and friend gave me an extended drive in his recently purchased Peugeot 205 GTi. It was much faster than anything I’d previously experienced and stuck to the road like glue.
    I bought mine a couple of months later and, to date, nothing has since matched it even though modern cars are much quicker.

  7. John Mull Avatar
    John Mull

    Bang for buck, being driven around the Strathallan Castle estate for 90 minutes in a Landrover Evoque by my ELEVEN year old son. It was an official Landrover experience event. Involved offroading, river crossing etc. Great experience.

  8. Peter Andrews Avatar
    Peter Andrews

    Best drive was through the Kari forest in an MGF on the West Coast of Western Australia. And my first competitive drive at the Noosa Hillclimb located at the Sunshine Coast Queensland Australia. I like the BMW. 40 thousand quid for a mini converts to $80,000 in Australia! Not going to happen. Great video Peter, I hope you have eaten by now as it looked like you were wasting away.

  9. Jim Cabezola Avatar
    Jim Cabezola

    Waffling? Nah… It’s just breakfast calling, “Come hither!” Congratulations on your fasting. I like that BMW concept; it fondly reminds me of that old BMW Z3 coupé/M coupé. I really admired those cars. Here’s hoping that NOT all of those manual Minis are merely whisked away by speculators… Wouldn’t say no to a EV-conversion original Mini, though.

  10. Michael Avatar

    That bmw smacks of the Aston Shooting brake. But looks cool 😎
    Aerial Nomad awesome 👏🏻 🎉

  11. Steve Mitchell Avatar
    Steve Mitchell

    I’m really really tempted on that manual JCW

  12. Dan Greasley Avatar
    Dan Greasley

    Cheers Pedro. Love that BMW let’s hope it get built. Looking forward to the Aerial Nomad…

  13. Simon Holmes Avatar
    Simon Holmes

    Hi Peter. I’m really enjoying your reviews and weekly 180’s. I recognise your test test routes, as I think we not far from each other. I am on the cusp of buying a car purely on your reviews.🎉 and have narrowed it down to the puma st and i20 N. I know you liked both. Which one would recommend not only as a weekend fun car but as an everyday? Cheers Simon

  14. Tony Avatar

    Enjoy watching and listening to you, all the best😀

  15. Carl Hughes Avatar
    Carl Hughes

    Evening Peddlers hope you are all well. Best driving experience was at Mercedes Benz world. Driving the C63 and then off road in a GLS

  16. k c Avatar
    k c

    Fasts are great make sure you drink lots of water for it to be the most effective while keeping you hydrated (it will also make you feel more full so perhaps you won’t be so hungry). Love the new Mini, will defintitely check it out.

  17. john wheatley Avatar
    john wheatley

    Losing all manuals is sad state of affairs, however we need to embrace changes without rose tinted specs. JCW electric mini WILL be a thing on the new platform as more room the play with

  18. Martyn Blackman Avatar
    Martyn Blackman

    What am I doing? In a hotel in Gatwick, flying to Italy in the morning to watch the last stages of the Giro D’Italia 🇮🇹 🚲

  19. Guy Lambrechts Avatar
    Guy Lambrechts

    24 hours without eating would probably kill me so respect for how you took it. With a little luck there will always be room for manuals. Like Bradley Morgan commented: e-fuel opens a lot of doors!

  20. Kevin McG Avatar
    Kevin McG

    @Pete Best bang for buck of driving experiences was when I bought my Civic Type R (EP3) and it.came with a free full day of advanced driving tuition by an ex-Traffic Policeman across the roads of the Cotswolds – amazing and the lessons still play in to my driving today. Cheers, Kevin

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