A heatwave in March, a twister in Bicester and the wettest summer on record: Britains topsy turvy weather which kept Britain talking

A heatwave in March, a twister in Bicester and the wettest summer on record: Britain’s topsy turvy weather which kept Britain talking | UPDATED: 00:09 GMT, 25 December 2012 From sunbathers on the beach during the third warmest March in history, to mass flooding around the country during the wettest April in 100 years, this year's weather has certainly been one of extremes. In many cases, it has been impossible to predict whether it was going to snow, pour down with rain or be gloriously sunny as the traditional seasons appear to have become a thing of the past. Here we look back on the weather events that hit the headlines in 2012…

"The most radical ever" F1 car goes on sale: Tyrrell"s iconic Seventies six-wheeled racer on the market for 750k

'The most radical ever' F1 car goes on sale: Tyrrell's iconic Seventies six-wheeled racer on the market for 750k1976 car was fitted with four front wheels for better grip and aerodynamicsIn two seasons it picked up 14 podium places and one victory for TyrellModel on sale was raced by French driver Patrick Depailler | UPDATED: 12:24 GMT, 28 November 2012 Motorsports fans with a cool three-quarters of a million to spare take note. A Formula 1 race car once dubbed 'the most radical ever' has gone on sale for 750,000.