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1991 Honda NSX

The List Senna superfan tries the car his hero helped to develop: Honda’s NSX. Eddie wanted to drive the supercar developed by Ayrton Senna so badly that he drove for 12 hours to try one out…

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1997 Porsche 911 GT1 Evolution 996

It is hard to spot under the giant rear wing — but it is there. Off-center and low down in the shrouded, sculpted aero rump you see the license plate: P1 POW. Small detail, big impact: this thing’s road legal. You recognize the Porsche 911 rear lights. They are the 996 shape — the one from the late 1990s. Between them, and above that street-legal plate, it says GT1. Small number — but, once again, big impact.

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1987 BMW M6/M635CSi E24

BMWs can be awfully confusing when it comes to their badging. Back in the day, a 323i E21 simply meant that it was a 3 Series body with a 2.3-liter engine. A E12 535i was the 5 Series body with a 3.5-litre engine — simple, right? M3s were all two-door coupes; except, they are four-door sedans now; and the M4 is now the M3 coupe; the 320i may have a 2.2-liter engine; and the 323i E21 could have the 2.5-liter — confused? Me, too. (And, perhaps, so is BMW!)

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2022 Kimera EVO37

What if Lancia still made its world championship-winning Rally 037 today? Now we know what it would feel like: the new Kimera EVO37 completely modernises Lancia’s icon with superb results, as we discover on a first drive

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Driving the 1989 Ferrari Testarossa Gerhard Berger used to own

Berger Sauce All Testarossa experiences are special. But we go full-on 1980s fantasy by sharing the same driving seat as Ferrari F1 legend Gerhard Berger – this very car’s ex-owner

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1971 Maserati Bora

Maserati has not been the only automotive manufacturer to appropriate the names of winds for some of its cars, but the quartet of Maserati GTs from the 1960s and 1970s, were more deserving of the implication ‘goes like the wind’ than some others – the Lincoln and Ford Zephyrs, the Holden Camira and even the Volkswagen Scirocco (with its gratuitous additional ‘c’ after the capital S) all come to mind.

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1987 Ferrari 328 GTB

Ordering a brand-new Ferrari in 1987 was a unique experience, and travelling to Maranello to pick up the latest 328 GTB was next level for owner Roger Walker

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1972 Datsun 240Z Super Samuri ‘Specification 3’

Legendary Datsun tuner Spike Anderson built only one ‘G-nose’ Super Samuri 240Z. Mark Dixon takes it on a tour of Anderson’s old haunts

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Porsche Boxster 986 - 25 years of bargain roadster

Sharing parts between the 911 and the Boxster ensured Porsche’s survival — and created a junior sports car of uncommon capability. Ben Barry drives a hard bargain, 25 years on

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2022 Caterham 170S

More. But still less. Sick of big, heavy electric cars? Then may we prescribe an 84bhp, 660cc Caterham…

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2022 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Coupe 992

More, for a lot more. The GTS slots into the 911 range between the Carrera S and the wicked Turbo. Sweet spot or expensive excess?

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2001 TVR Cerbera 4.5 Speed Eight AJP8 V8

Andy and Mandy Tanner have enjoyed this Cerbera for a long time, and it’s been quite a job keeping it running well, as Andy reports

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1987 Jaguar XJR-8 Track Test

Having previously put a Porsche 962C through its paces, Andrew Frankel finally gets to drive the sports racer that gave the Germans a mauling in 1987 – the Jaguar XJR-8. And this chassis was the wildest of all

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2022 BMW M5 CS F90

With a soaring price tag, the 2022 BMW M5 CS F90 should seriously impress. Andrew Frankel heads to Thruxton on a fact-finding mission.

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