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Ferrari 488 Pista vs. McLaren 600LT vs. Porsche 911 GT2 RS at Circuit de Charade
Two quite different sports cars battle it out
Two cars separated by 99hp, £70,000 (P4.8 million), eight-tenths from 0-100kph, and 64kph at the top end. Not much competition when it comes to image, either: The Vantage is a tailored suit; the M2 Competition, a pair of
Where the craziness of the grid spectacle is beaten only by the intensity of the racing
Everything is familiar, except it isn't. Not quite. There is shotgun neon, and purposeful bustle. There are huddles of shops, striding people and the pulse of commerce, industrious swarms of taxis and more neon, layered upon each other in a deluge
Iñigo Anton is a kid to watch
Anybody who has followed Philippine motorsports over the last two decades knows that Carlos Anton is a force to be reckoned with. The lowdown: He's a multi-awarded racer in various racing disciplines, ranging from slalom to touring cars. I know
Our Botchi Santos shares his car-guy journey
For the most part, I never imagined myself being a Toyota guy. I've owned three Toyotas in the last ten years, but prior to that, I had owned Mitsubishis and a Nissan. But my Toyota ownership has been quite interesting, gut-
It can really do it all
Sting's 'Desert Rose' was released in 1999 and quickly climbed the charts. It's a heady mix of hard-pounding bass, futuristic arpeggio effects, traditional tabla percussion, and the melodic wail of Algerian singer Cheb Mami's soaring vocals above Sting'
Not for the faint of heart
The '90s were a wonderful time for cars, especially for JDM models which have now become bonafide classics. I was born at the start of the decade, so I was too young to have driven any of them then, but I admired
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