The future of fuel, Al Melling's Hellcat and the truth behind TVR
16 March 2007

MyAutocar is looking competitive this week. We sent an uninitiated motoring hack to take on double world touring car champion, Andy Priaulx. You might be surprised at the results, so have a look here.Andrew Frankel describes his record-breaking antics in a Ferrari 512TR, and explains why he's not at all bitter that the record got broken. Read more here.We've also had further comments from Autocar's resident character assassin, the Silencer. This week he's revealing the dark truths behind TVR, Formula One, and Al Melling.And if you've got your own opinions on the Lancashire entrepreneur, then find out all the details about his latest project here. Can Al Melling really create a production car that's faster than a Bugatti Veyron for only £185,000? Tell us what you think.Finally, have your say on the future of fuel. Is ethanol the way to go? Should we all be saving up for a hybrid? Or can we expect cars to be powered entirely by electricity? Whatever you think, go to MyAutocar to let us know.

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