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No end in sight for Operation Stack

Operation Stack likely to continue beyond the weekend, with local businesses and drivers suffering

29 July 2015
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Adrian Newey has a long-standing ambition to create a road car project

Adrian Newey working on Red Bull road car with Aston Martin

Legendary Formula 1 designer is working on 'ultimate hypercar' with Aston Martin; on sale around 2018

6 July 2015
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Motoring
Alfa's museum has reopened after a six-year closure

New Alfa Romeo museum opened - picture special

Alfa has reinvented its museum in Arese as part of the brand's own relaunch; Autocar has already paid a visit to the new site

6 July 2015
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Future Jaguar Land Rovers to avoid potholes

Jaguar Land Rover is planning a system that will be able to identify – and even avoid – potholes on the road

9 June 2015
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Motoring
Five pre-production versions of the Avocet have been made

For sale: British sports car company

The Avocet, a 150bhp Ford-powered lightweight sports car, has been put up for sale by its owners, who say it is fully engineered and ready for production

1 June 2015
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Motoring

Lamborghini LM002 SUV revisited

As Lamborghini reveals plans for a new SUV, Matt Saunders revisits the big, bellowing V12 LM002, the firm’s first stab at a luxury 4x4

27 May 2015
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Motoring

2015 Bonhams Aston Martin Works Sale gallery

Sixteenth annual Aston Martin Works auction nets a record total of over £10 million; highlights include £1.5 million ex-Sir Peter Ustinov 1962 DB4

11 May 2015
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Motoring
Mark Webber has more than 12 years experience as an F1 driver

The day Mark Webber drove my Porsche

When Autocar contributor Jesse Crosse met the Porsche works driver, he handed the Aussie ex-F1 star the keys to his old 911 Turbo

6 May 2015
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Motoring
There are about 20 different types of fixed and mobile speed cameras on UK roads

Strife in the fast lane - speed camera tech examined

Thought the famous Gatso was the only kind of speed camera? Think again. The authorities now have myriad devices with which to catch speeding motorists

26 April 2015
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Motoring
Fisker showed off the Thunderbolt in March 2015

Fisker pulls Thunderbolt following Aston Martin lawsuit

Aston Martin issued legal proceedings against its former designer, Henrik Fisker, over his Thunderbolt concept, but the issue has now been amicably resolved

9 April 2015
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