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Mercedes GT R brings a little Green Hell to Goodwood

From the Nürburgring, to Brooklands, and on to Goodwood, the Mercedes-AMG GT R debuts as a fully optimized weapon for tracks around the world. Mercedes promises that the 577-hp (430-kW) car is packed with more motorsport-inspired tech than any other production car in its history. And just in case that's not enough to get everyone's attention, the "Green Hell magno" paint should do the trick.Read More

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Lamborghini dresses the Aventador up like a Miura to celebrate 50th birthday

In 1966, Lamborghini grabbed the world by the unmentionables and showed it one of the most delicious, lust-worthy cars it had ever seen. Just months after being displayed as a rolling chassis, the Miura and its super-smooth Bertone-crafted body and mid-engine layout made a huge splash at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show. A look at its rollercoaster curves, oval headlights and smooth-dropping fastback, and the car still gives goosebumps 50 years later. So it's no wonder Lamborghini has spent much of the year celebrating the Miura's 50th birthday, just a few years after celebrating its own. The latest piece of the celebration is the all-new Aventador Miura Homage, a special edition Aventador in Miura clothing. Read More

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Mazzanti's 1,000-hp Evantra Millecavalli – an Italian record-breaker?

Mazzanti isn't Italy's most famous supercar marque, but it's trying hard to get its name in households, producing different versions of its Evantra supercar each year. In 2014, we saw a 701-hp camouflaged Evantra prototype at Top Marques Monaco. Last year, it was an upgraded 751-hp Evantra in White Dolomite paint. This year, it's the most dramatically upgraded Evantra yet: the 1,000-hp Evantra Millecavalli.Read More

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McLaren's 570S and 540C Sport series shine in absolutely horrific weather

Howling wind, lashing rain and deep standing water on the road: ideal conditions to test the braking and stability electronics of two gorgeous British supercars. McLaren Australia helicoptered Loz Blain and Scott Collie out to the Yarra Valley to drive the exquisite 570S and 540C Sport series cars in some of the worst driving weather we've ever experienced. The most affordable and accessible cars McLaren has ever made managed to shine regardless of this biblical deluge.Read More

McLaren offers up sub-3,000-mile, Concours-condition F1

The McLaren F1 was the most exciting supercar of its time, and not many cars since have had its level of panache. Now it could be yours (or somebody's, anyway) as McLaren Special Operations Heritage division is selling one of the last F1s ever built, a 1998 model with under 3,000 miles (4,828 km) on the odometer.
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