The Lost Cars Cut From Gran Turismo 2

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Screenshot: YouTubeGran Turismo 2 was my introduction to that famed series of racing games, and was as much my gateway drug into car culture as the first Fast & Furious movie or any of the buff books I’d spend my free time devouring instead of hitting my math textbooks. The…

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Supercars worth more than $6m damaged in car crash

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A Porsche 911 GT2 RS has crashed into a Pagani Huayra in what must surely be one of the most expensive two-car crashes in history.While details of the unfortunate meeting are scant, grainy video footage posted on Instagram gives some clues as to the costly mistake.The two cars are lapping…

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2020 BMW X5 M, X6 M Get 600-Horsepower V8, Competition Package

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BMW’s M division recently hinted it won’t make another station wagon, but it plans to continue injecting racing DNA into SUVs. The third-generation X5 and X6 are the latest off-roaders to receive the full M treatment. Both offer substantially more power than the models they’re based on, tech features developed…

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2020 engine rule changes locked in

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Supercars has locked in revised engine rules for 2020, aimed at improving longevity and reducing costs for teams. A control ring and revised rocker ratio will be mandated, while rebuilds are set to be capped at three per season. That marks one less than any team undertook during the course…

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My life in cars: John Newman

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I’m a ridiculously bad petrolhead and have been since I was about six. When I was young, one of my best friends sadly lost his dad and his guardian became the local scrap man who lived at the end of his lane. That meant we had unlimited supplies of banged…

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Is Porsche developing the world’s most powerful supercar?

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© Courtesy of Porsche The Porsche 917 concept could very well serve as a working basis for the German manufacturer’s next supercar. Porsche may be working on a brand-new supercar intended to surpass all competitors, according to Australian website Motoring, which relayed the words of Stefan Weckbach, head of the…

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