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Is it 2017 or 1947? Prior can hardly tell the difference

Opinion: is it 2017 or 1947?

We discuss why F1 isn't as exciting as it once was

22 September 2017
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Steyr-Puch Haflinger

Throwback Thursday 1964: off-road in the Steyr-Puch Haflinger

We revisit our experience with Austria's super-light, military-purpose off-roader. Its simple construction and all-wheel drive proved its strongest assets

21 September 2017
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Throwback Thursday
Abarth
Alongside the Martini-liveried Stratos and Lancia Delta Integrales sits the original Abarth 124 Spider Rally, introduced in 1972

Abarth revived: how the Italian brand has reinvented itself

The Italian firm's operations chief tells Autocar about the Abarth's revival - and future

17 September 2017
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Anything goes
The R8 that "feels more accelerative than an P1"

Tuned super cars: experiencing an Audi R8 V10 with 906bhp

Take one 518bhp R8 V10, apply two turbos and specialist knowledge and voilà: a hypercar chaser for a £25,000 upgrade

17 September 2017
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Anything goes
Abarth 124 Rally
Balocco’s replica special stage lets you grab some air

Rally test: Abarth 124 Rally driven

We get hands on with the rather impressive Fiat 124-derived rally car for a blast round Abarth's test stage

16 September 2017
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Anything goes

Throwback Thursday 2002: Hummer H2 first drive

We sampled America's 6.0-litre V8-powered, military-inspired 4x4 behemoth on and off road

14 September 2017
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Throwback Thursday
How to create the ideal driver’s car

How to create the ideal driver’s car

What are the crucial factors that determine how much fun a car is to drive? We unravel the DNA of the perfect driver’s car and chooses the real-world model that best hits the sweet spot

27 August 2017
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How to align your wheels like a pro - the experts' advice

How to align your wheels like a pro - the experts' advice

An independent wheel alignment and tyre centre is becoming the go-to place for enthusiasts who want their cars set up just so. We paid it a visit

26 August 2017
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Benedict Radcliffe's wireframe sculptures - how they're made

Benedict Radcliffe's wireframe sculptures - how they're made

Artist Benedict Radcliffe’s extraordinary wireframe car sculptures captivate and confound art collectors and car lovers alike. We visited his studio to find out more

26 August 2017
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Emerson Fittipaldi at the non-championship 1971 Race of Champions; he retired with suspension failure

Throwback Thursday 1971: The gas turbine-powered Lotus F1 car

On 25 March 1971, we detailed the bright but flawed idea that was the Pratt & Whitney-powered Lotus 56B

24 August 2017
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Throwback Thursday

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