TG gets private audience with terrifying 500bhp ‘beast’. DTM hero Bernd Schneider is the lion tamer
Stop what you’re doing and watch the LFA supercar, two RC F coupes and two RC F racers dance
Hardcore Brit gets name change after Porsche claims ownership of GT3 badge. This means war
UPDATED: Dribble-inducing, unofficial render gains new, classic Jag racer liveries
The Cayman is finally allowed to cut loose. Is this the most satisfying car Porsche makes? Ollie Marriage reports
UPDATED: TG speaks to the man behind the 493bhp monster-winged, track-ready 911
Geneva Motor Show 2015,
Crewe’s raciest road car is here, packing a 572bhp V8 and much green. Jason Barlow buckles up
AMG’s hardcore racer arrives, complete with the SLS’s old engine. Yup, a big 6.2-litre V8!
Mr Grim Reaper, your race car has arrived. Here’s your first look at AMG’s V8 monster
Aston’s V12 baby loses a lot of weight and gains a lot of aero. A steal at £250,000?
First outing for Bee-Em’s top-dog GT racer, complete with twin-turbo V8. Be afraid
UPDATE: faster version of 650S supercar to hit Geneva show with 666bhp. Info and teaser video here
Lambo officially reveals not-so-jolly green giant: V10-engined top dog racer has landed
The next 911 range update will bring turbos for sub-GT3 models. Paul Horrell reports on the end of an era
The ‘half-open’ 911 Targa 4 gets the harder, faster GTS treatment
Detroit Motor Show 2015,
Sneaky picture and teasing video give us a glimpse of Aston's most hardcore Vantage yet
Reiter Engineering gives ageing Lamborghini a facelift for 2015, still looks EVIL
GT3-spec widebody V6 Caddy heralds the arrival of BMW M4-baiting road version
BMW will go racing in 2016 with this demonic M6 GT3. Details here
Goodwood debut for track-only GT car set for 2015 race season. Too orangey for crows
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