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In the latest issue...The Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Four litres of naturally aspirated flat-six engineering magic bolted to the back of the most innately connected and consumingly entertaining chassis produced, ever. Alpine has returned with an A110 that is as good to drive as it is to look at, delicate and poised, with a French cool that defies the usual fuddy ‘sports car’ image.
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Alfa Romeo’s magnificent, powerful and hilariously charismatic Giulia Quadrifoglio is making rivals feel aloof and ham-fisted.
There is even a Hyundai in these pages, with the i30 N hot hatch that doesn’t only hold its own against the best but has since created its own unique desirability. This might be what you call a performance car golden age - and it’s all something worth celebrating. We’ve never had it so good.
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