Fancy a spin in a Caterham this summer? Chantilly, France-based Cat-Seven offers the 1.8-litre, 143bhp powered Caterham Seven two-seater for a few hours' or weeks' rental for guided tours, gastronomic exploration or a fly/drive package that includes a 30-minute flight over northern France in a Fouga Magister jet fighter. Prices range from Euro120 (HK$1,154) for a one-hour tour to Euro1,450 for a full-day's drive of about 300km and the jet-fighter experience. Go to www.cat-seven.com for details. If you plan or recommend any fabulous motoring jaunts this summer, Foot Down would love to hear from you. We were over the moon last week, when Hong Kong Tramways (HKT) invited us to test a tram at it's Whitty Street depot. You can read how we fared on this page, next Saturday, which is HKT's centenary weekend. Meanwhile, we invite you to share your memories of Hong Kong trams with the Post's Sherry Lee, who's writing a piece on the milestone this week. If you have any fond memories, contact her at sherry.lee @scmp.com or call her on 2250 3207. Foot Down glows at the recollection of 30-cent fares, conductors, those trailers and the fascination of watching track-men hook a tram on-line with a long bamboo pole. Do you also remember being woken up in Sai Wan Ho instead of Central after a long lunch in Wan Chai? Tell us. Speaking of trams, Hong Kong Post might prod its designers next time it issues a set of stamps on local vehicles. Its commemorative set on the centenary of Hong Kong trams are colourful and pretty, but they don't tell a track anorak much. Only by reading the reverse of the May 27 first day cover do we get details of what we're looking at in tiny, grey print. The $1.40 stamp features 'the first tram to appear on Hong Kong streets in 1904'. Then, there's a 1912 open-top double-decker on the $2.40; and a 1913 canvas-top vehicle on the $3. The $5 offers a choice of the new 'Millennium' model or one of the existing fleet 'winding through a busy street of Hong Kong in the 1970s'. Hong Kong Post would have told the world a lot more about the SAR's rich motoring heritage if it had labelled each stamp as clearly as their German counterparts did with the Taunus commemorative (below). Even so, the Tram Centenary issue inspires us to thinking a well-captioned set of classic car stamps could work wonders for Hong Kong's global reputation as a collector's hub. Foot Down would put Raymond Chan's 1972 Volkswagen Beetle 1303S on the $1.40; Lee Ha's 1937 Ford V8 Businessman Coupe on the $2.40; Clement Chen's 1966 Aston Martin DB6 on the $3; Michael Kadoorie's 1926 Bentley three-litre Red Label on the $5; and Brenda and Kai-bong Chau's Pink Rolls-Royce on the $10.