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After three years of surprisingly animated Hungarian Formula 1 Grands Prix, 2016 saw the Hungaroring return to old ways: almost all of the action happened in the pits.

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The 2016 British GP provided a wet stew of spins, Safety Cars, tire changes, penalties, and questions about the new pecking order at Mercedes.

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This particular comedy of errors will have ramifications for the rest of the season.

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Autoblog recaps the 2016 European Grand Prix in Azerbaijan. Mercedes' Nico Rosberg won, ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Force India's Sergio Perez.

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Autoblog recaps the 2016 Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton won, followed by Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas.

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With a few rough edges smoothed, this Defender is a lovable brute.

West Coast Defenders works its magic to bring a rugged, stalwart SUV into the 21st century. Mostly.

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Autoblog recaps the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix. A wet start and several crashes caused numerous real and Virtual Safety Car periods, and some poor pit strategies that rearranged the front of the order.

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Race Recap: The 2016 Spanish Grand Prix was full of firsts.

The Spanish Grand Prix is usually less than dramatic - the pole-sitter has won the race 19 of the last 25 years. This year things would be very different.

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The Russian Formula 1 Grand Prix played its usual trick of an exciting first few corners followed by a procession.

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The 2017 Ford Escape is a big improvement on what was an already remarkable crossover, and the customer-focused changes pay dividends to the Escape faithful.

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Mercedes-AMG gave us a ride in the AMG GT3-inspired Cigarette Racing Team 41' SD GT3, and an AMG GT S to drive around Miami.

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Instead of a race recap we do a fly-by of all the big issues to come out of the Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend. It was a bang-up time on and off the track...

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Optimized for drivability, not just speed.

Designed for the S60, V60, and XC60 in T6 AWD trim, this ECU upgrade is supposed to improve drivability instead of outright speed.

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The 2016 Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix did a good job of showing us the worst of F1 - the inability to make the best decisions for the sport, the best of F1 - midfield teams fighting the whole race with lots of passing and good tidings for the future, and the same old F1 - silver cars at the front of the field.

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Things were a lot different in the past. Especially brakes.

We test drive an expensive hot rod from the past. It's rewarding in more ways than you think.

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Autoblog recaps the 2016 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix. From the first Free Practice on a really wet Friday, every day turned in big surprises - good and bad.

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Germany's 12-cylinder, capital convertible.

The 2017 Mercedes-AMG SL looks better than its predecessor, but the driving dynamics are largely the same. No problem; this is Germany's capital convertible.

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Comfortably brilliant.

The McLaren 675LT exhibits the widest gap between ultimate comfort and ultimate performance of any car we've ever driven.

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The blue chip convertible gets pretty again.

The 2017 Mercedes SL isn't too different from an engineering standpoint, and that's okay. The good news is, it's pretty again.

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This thinly veiled future production model is heavy on the sharp lines and aggression.

Honda shows off the 'prototype' 10th-generation Civic hatchback ahead of its Geneva reveal, with more aggression, sharper lines, and a slightly larger size.

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McLaren lures Jost Capito away from his position as Volkswagen Motorsport boss. Capito will take over as CEO of McLaren Racing from Jonathan Neale.

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