Brummies have taken the wheel
, a regular feature of festive celebrations in Centenery Square, to their hearts after it was first put up on November 6, 2003.
Until you've taken the wheel
of a Mondeo, it's hard to understand how polished its dynamics are.
A NEW boss has taken the wheel
at Goodyear Dunlop's Birmingham-based UK operations.
Yesterday's inquest at Morpeth heard conflicting accounts of the accident, which happened just after his colleague David Reaveley had taken the wheel
He clearly should not have taken the wheel
himself, '' she told the court.
It was announced yesterday William Clay Ford Junior, the great-grandson of the company's founder Henry Ford, had taken the wheel
of the motor business his family owns.
Rchardson, of Walton Road, Walton, had been banned for drink-driving in April but was twice arrested subsequently, He was arrested while driving back from the FA cup final in Cardiff in May and his solicitor told Liverpool magistrates' court he had reluctantly taken the wheel
because the two friends he had travelled to the match with were drunk.
William Lobban, 39, claimed he had only taken the wheel
as his wife did not want to drive home.
TOP GEAR presenter Richard Hammond (right) has taken the wheel
of another high-powered car less than a year after his horrific crash while filming for the show.
Former Wragge partner Bob Gilbert has taken the wheel
at the group that advises the Government on sustaining and developing UK motorsport.
On December 1 last year, she was preparing to take her kids to school when she opened the front door to find thieves had taken the wheels
from her car.
Mr Flood said: "We've been doing a lot of good gigs, had a lot of record company interest and been in talks with Zomba Music but this has really taken the wheels
off for us.