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Discussion in 'Other Off Topic Forum' started by A.D.K., Dec 14, 2003.

  1. A.D.K.

    A.D.K. Karting

    Nov 1, 2003
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    Andy Klueber
    They finally (at least of me looking for years) a website for their magazine online.
    Following EVO and Autocar. And here is a link to their website.

    Car Magazine - Online
    Address:http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/nav?page=car

    They also have a preview of the January issue. And one of the stories they'll have in that issue.
    Is a shootout between Pagani Zonda and the Ferrari F40. Which I'm sure will be a must read.

    Yours Humbly,

    Andy K.
     
  2. bobafett

    bobafett F1 Veteran

    Sep 28, 2002
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    Wow, they finally got a clue and created a website! Good to know. Thanks for the pointer. Definetly going to have to pick up the issue.

    --Dan
     
  3. tvrfreak

    tvrfreak F1 Rookie
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    Mar 31, 2003
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    I just got back from the London motorshow...picked up a copy of the latest Octane, Racecar Engineering, CAR, EVO and AutoCar at Heathrow. The Car article is really lame--big on flowery language and detailed descriptions of each car's interior, but light on substance. You get the feeling that each car was driven for 100 yards before the guy put pen to paper. Basically the article says that the Pagani is faster and easier to drive, but the F40 remains the author's choice because it delivers greater excitement.

    Highlight of the trip for me was when some auto industry friends arranged a half-hour chat with Tiff Needell and Jeremy Clarkson after a show they did...Jeremy referred to Tiff as Stiff Noodle and Failed Racing Driver--hilarious stuff.

    Also had the developer of the Ariel Atom show me around the car. Very impressive track machine.

    Pictures here (sorry, no captions, and no video links yet)...http://www.tvrfreak.com/Albums/Trips/2003%2012%2012%20London%20Motor%20Show/
     

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