10 April 2014
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We took Britain’s finest driver’s cars to Oulton Park find out which are best drifters – and who are the best drivers. After applying some science and narrowing the shortlist to the Mercedes C63 AMG and Audi R8 V10, we let the best drivers do battle.

Could Aston Martin GT ace Darren Turner, Porsche Carrera champion Michael Meadows or Lotus GP3 driver James Calado claim honours for the circuit drivers? Or could WRC flyer Elfyn Evans and world drift champion Mauro Calo wrestle the top honours from professional scribblers John Barker and Steve Sutcliffe? Let battle commence.

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10 April 2014
Great day in the office for all of you !

 Offence can only be taken not given- so give it back!

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