F1 legend Ayrton Senna's Honda NSX up for auction; special edition Vauxhall Adams launched; Group B rally legends at Goodwood
Darren Moss
27 January 2014

A 1992 Honda NSX once owned by F1 legend Ayrton Senna is being auctioned. The car, which has a guide price of £75-000-£85,000, has covered 31,800 miles and was parked soon after his death at Imola in 1994 before being sold on in 1996. The model was originally bought by Senna's manager for the driver to use when he visited his home in Portugal.

Two new special editions of the Vauxhall Adam have been created around a black and white theme. The Adam Black and Adam White get exterior and interior styling and trim modifications that relate to their name, while integrated iPhone connectivity is also offered in the specials that will be limited to 250 units each. Power for both models comes from Vauxhall's 1.4-litre 86bhp engine.

Group B rallying classics including the Audi Quattro, Peugeot 205 T16 and Lancia Delta S4 will all be in action at the Goodwood Members' Meeting in March. In total, 17 cars will take to the Goodwood Motor Circuit in a celebration of rallying's most dangerous era. Group B rallying took place between 1982 and 1986, when the competition was banned on safety grounds.

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