10 December 2013
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The Range Rover Sport is well-known as one of the most agile cars of its type. With Autocar road tester Matt Prior behind the wheel, however, even it's no match for the talents of speedway world champion Woffinden and his 60bhp speedway bike on the tight, shale covered confines of a speedway track.

The challenge is to find out if Woffinden can lap the Range Rover Sport his bike runs out of methanol - something that normally takes four or five laps at the Leicester track. The race is on - but with Woffinden on-song, the verdict's never in doubt.

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10 December 2013
"The Range Rover Sport is well-known as one of the most agile cars of its type." No it isn't.

10 December 2013
What a stupid challenge

11 December 2013
Small and light wins. Colin Chapman was right!

 

I'm a disillusioned former Citroëniste.

12 December 2013
Range Rover is the best I saw it on www.landrovernorthdade.com and I must have it.

12 December 2013
It's just fun, don't comment if you have nothing constructive or fun to say.

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