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Lotus Jumps Renault Truck Over F1 Car

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Lotus has been struggling all season with the F1 program. Its a shame that the cars driven by Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado are rarely seen at the front of the grid. Nevertheless the company has just released a publicity stunt that will most likely become viral among car &...

Jaguar adds some interesting F-Type options at the LA Auto Show

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Jaguar has just revealed its new derivative models for its F-Type at the LA Auto show. 14 different models are now offered by the English marque in cabriolet and coupé. The highlights include a 6-speed manual gearbox as well as an all-wheel drive option. Both options can be bought separately....

Pagani Announces Three Limited Edition Dinastia Huayras

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Pagani has announced their first limited edition Huayra. China has made itself a pivotal market in sales figure for the firm and Pagani has decided to celebrate the opening of Pagani China Automotive Limited with the release of these cars.. Three Dinastia cars will be built and sent to their...

McLaren’s P1 GTR has hit circuits.

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Want something more than a McLaren P1 for your weekend adrenaline pushing track event? Well look no further than McLaren’s P1 GTR. To have the opportunity of being invited into the program you will first have to have to purchase a McLaren P1 which are sold out. With a base...

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− Mark Webber

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