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Best (and worst) Formula 1 special editions

Best (and worst) Formula 1 special editions

Last-ever Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spider going to auction

Last-ever Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spider going to auction

Author
Sam Bisby
Date
April 29, 2016
Category

On May 14, RM Sotheby’s Auction in Monaco will present the final 275 GTS/4 NART Spider ever built and the only to be delivered to Europe, with the car getting an estimated £15 million price tag.

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Porsche's four-cylinder heroes

Porsche's four-cylinder heroes

Author
Sam Bisby
Date
December 11, 2015
Category

As the announcement comes that the next generation of Boxster and Cayman models will be powered by turbocharged four-pots, we look back at the firm’s history of the less conventional Porsche powerplant.

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Ford Focus RS: Rivals

Ford Focus RS: Rivals

Author
Sam Bisby
Date
December 09, 2015
Category

The latest mega hatch on the market will be with us next spring, but will it reign supreme in an sector already well-established with German alternative? We look at what the plucky American will have to contend with.

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Top-five Ferrari convertibles

Top-five Ferrari convertibles

Author
Sam Bisby
Date
October 23, 2015
Category

The marque from Maranello has a history steeped in giving us some of the best ope-top sports cars ever made. Here are our favourite five.

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Porsche RS: the best of Rennsport

Porsche RS: the best of Rennsport

Author
Sam Bisby
Date
September 29, 2015
Category

Translating into Racing Sports, those two special characters have been given so much meaning when it comes to Porsche’s most hardcore models. We look at the best of the breed.

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Frankfurt motor show: Trio of new luxury SUVs inbound

Frankfurt motor show: Trio of new luxury SUVs inbound

Author
Sam Bisby
Date
September 02, 2015
Category

Following on from Porsche’s example, three luxury car makers in Bentley, Maserati and Jaguar are all set to enter the SUV sector with a bang.

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Exploring the future of Aston Martin

Exploring the future of Aston Martin

Author
Sam Bisby
Date
August 20, 2015
Category

The British manufacturer is set to have a busy five years in the run up to 2020, with a DB9 replacement, a partnership with Mercedes to develop and a possible hybrid crossover coupe on a the way.

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