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23 October 2009

Welcome to Autocar's week in pictures, where we look back at the top stories on the website from this week.

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This week has certainly been a memorable one, starting with Jenson Button winning with the world championship, and ending with a scoop on the next Ford Focus.

In the middle of it all was the Tokyo motor show, which was light on Foreign manufacturers, but not light on exciting new cars. The biggest of which was the Lexus LFA supercar, which will set you back more than £300k.

We also drove some important new cars this week, including the Renaultsport Megane 250, Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet and the £100k Tesla Roadster Sport. It was also a week where we looked back at the history of two road car icons - the Renaultsport range and the Volkswagen Scirocco.

Links to the featured stories:

Ford WRC: behind the scenes picsLexus LFA: first drive review, blogs, news and hi-res picsTesla Roadster Sport drivenPorsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet drivenRenaultsport Megane 250 drivenTokyo motor show: full report and picsTwitter - follow Button: a career in picsVW Scirocco history in picsRenaultsport history in pics

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