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Throwback Thursday - 180mph in a Chevrolet Corvette, 25 July 2001

In 2001, Chevrolet proudly stated that its Corvette C5 could reach a top speed of 176mph - and Autocar set out to test the claim

29 July 2015
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Supercar crackdown - London drivers to be fined for 'excessive' noise

Drivers in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea could soon face legal action as the Council moves to prosecute drivers for excessive noise

29 July 2015
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Cropley on cars - The next modern Bentley, Bloodhound's pocket rockets

Bentley Bentayga is the perfect pick for 2015; Jaguar's Callum is settling in for reflection; Bloodhound's passion for speed is spreading to schools

27 July 2015
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Inside the supercar graveyard - where Ferraris and more go to die

It’s sad when supercars end up in a breakers’ yard, but we meet a man who gives them a life after death

25 July 2015
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From the archives - Terrafugia's Transition flying car

Fresh from its maiden voyage at the 2012 New York motor show, we find out more about Terragugia's flying car

24 July 2015
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Matt Prior's tester's notes - modern road testing just got easier

In the 'good old days' road testing took time and patience - nowadays, we can do it all with a small box and a smartphone

24 July 2015
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Throwback Thursday - Land's End to John O'Groats on one tank, 10 July 1976

Autocar’s Austin 1800 long-term test car covers the 867-mile trek from one end of the country to the other - without stopping for fuel

22 July 2015
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Cropley on cars - Newey's new venture, premium tax is no big deal

Adrian Newey's road car adventure starts here; 'Premium' road tax isn't an issue; Ford needs new direction

20 July 2015
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Matt Prior's tester's notes - Do the Nürburgring's speed limits matter?

The Nürburgring's management have imposed speed limits which prohibit manufacturer's setting lap times for the latest vehicles - but will it have any real impact?

17 July 2015
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Throwback Thursday - The beginning of Brooklands, 9 July 1907

The world's first purpose-built motor racing circuit received its inaugural first race in 1907, and our reporter was there to see it

15 July 2015
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