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You Can Now Buy A McLaren 570S With Cayman GT4 Money

Depreciation hasn't been kind to McLaren's first Sports Series machine, which is good news for used supercar shoppers

This Is The Porsche 911 GT3 RS MR And You Want One

Manthey-Racing's package of improvements to the 991.2 GT3 is now available, and we're rather taken with the wheels

The Three-Seater Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus 004S Is A Surprise Bargain*

*In limited-run supercar terms, at least - the WEC homologation special will set you back £350,000

Here's The Toyota GR Supra (Just About) Clearing The Moose Test

The 'A90' shows that the moose/elk test is no walk in the park even for a low-slung sports car

Novitec Has Tuned The Confusing McLaren GT To 700bhp

McLaren's befuddling GT model has been given styling tweaks and an uplift in power courtesy of Germany firm Novitec

Lewis Hamilton Hit 143mph While Running On Three Tyres At The British GP

The Mercedes F1 has revealed just how hard Hamilton was pushing after his front left tyre let go

McLaren 620R Declared As A 'Porsche Cayman' Seized In The Philippines

In an attempt to avoid paying a £260,000 tax bill, a buyer declared a 620R as something else, but the authorities caught wind of the scheme

Say Hello To The Gordon Murray Automotive T.50: A £2.36m McLaren F1 Successor

The GMA T.50 has finally been revealed in full, showing a clean-looking supercar with a 12,100rpm-capable V12 at its heart

This Off-Road Challenge Is A Must-Watch For Flex Lovers

The 24 Hell & Back Trail Challenge went to the Rugged Mountain Ranch in Oklahoma for this year's competition, giving us all sorts of weirdly relaxing flex shots to enjoy

What's The Best Tyre For A 'Normal' Car?

Jon Benson of Tyre Reviews has released a mega test of 12 tyres in 205/55/16 - one of the most popular tyre sizes in the world

The AMG GT Black Series Costs The Same As A Garage Of AMGs

Are you sitting down? UK pricing for the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series has been confirmed

Here's What Happens If You Use Springs For Con Rods

Garage 54's latest experiment involves replacing con rods with valve springs, but will the engine even turn over?