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Evo's 'Deadly Rivals' series pits the Mazda MX-5 Miata against the Toyota GT86 (our Scion FR-S) on track.


Evo takes the Audi RS3 and Volkswagen Golf R to the track to find out whether extra muscle is worth the RS3's added price.


Evo makes a pilgrimage to the Circuit de la Sarthe for the 24 Hours of Le Mans in a Ferrari 458 Speciale and Porsche 911 GT3, stopping along the way at the old Rouen-Les-Essarts circuit.


Is the 2015 Mercedes-AMG C63 S sedan good enough to outperform BMW's latest M3 at the racetrack? Evo lines the two competitors up in its latest Deadly Rivals video.


Britain's Evo magazine gets its hands on the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS to find out whether it's as good as all the (many) previous GT3s it has loved before.


Auto Express reports that Mitsubishi is discussing the possibility of a high-performance version of the next-generation Outlander Sport that would wear an Evo badge.


By combining some of the attributes of a sports car with those of an off-road buggy, the Ariel Nomad is certainly trying something a little different. In a new video, Evo's Henry Catchpole finds out how it handles the road.


Evo magazine impresario Harry Metcalfe goes on an epic road trip from London to the Sahara Desert in his Ferrari Testarossa.


Has the Porsche 911 Turbo met its match with the new Mercedes-Benz AMG GT? Evo attempts to answer that question with the latest installment of "Deadly Rivals."


Evo has paid tribute to the beloved Japanese video series Best Motoring, with an outstanding track-based feature involving four hot Minis.


Audi invited Evo scribe Richard Meaden to the Misano circuit in Italy to drive the Audi R18 e-tron quattro - and not just any R18 quattro, were such a thing possible, but the No. 2 car that took first place at Le Mans this year driven by Marcel Fassler, Andre Lotterer and Benoit Treluyer.


While some publications are concerned with finding the best car or truck for the average buyer and slapping a ribbon on it, or (in our case) identifying the best new automotive technology of the year, across the pond our compatriots at Evo are more single-minded in their approach. Every year, the British car mag awards its Car of the Year to its top new performance automobile on the market. And this year, they've picked the Ferrari 458 Speciale.


Evo's side-by-side comparison of the McLaren P1 against the Porsche 918 Spyder isn't the first time we've seen England and Germany's ultimate automotive weapons sized up together; last month, Autocar tested them over the standing mile, with a Ducati 1199 Superleggera playing the joker. Evo throws a few curves at its test, though, taking the supercars to Anglesey Circuit in Wales to see which will lay down the fastest lap time with scribe Jethro Bovington at the wheel.


Harry Metcalfe, of Evo fame, got our attention earlier this week with a review of the 1954 Series I Land Rover. Today, he's gone a bit more... '80s.


Evo is back at it with its car-versus-bike races, following up on the all-British Jaguar/Triumph battle from last weekend with an (almost) all-BMW affair, pitting the German brand's stylish and vintage-looking R Nine T against the British-built, BMW-powered Morgan Plus 8 Speedster.


Electric cars and hybrids are here to stay, much to the apparent dismay of some auto enthusiasts, but that doesn't mean they have to represent the death of enjoyable driving. Granted, the initial run of hybrids in the US like the Honda Insight and Toyota Prius weren't exactly tailor-made for aggressive folks behind the wheel, but things are clearly changing. In its latest video, Evo takes a look at three examples from Europe's new crop of electrified vehicles to show that the future of fun motor


If you want to move five passengers in very rapid fashion and you've got a $75,000 budget, two newly introduced four-door models immediately come to mind – both are the highest performing vehicles in their respective segments. But which is faster off the line, to the 60-mile-per-hour benchmark or flat-out over an even longer run? Evo took both to paved aircraft runway to find out.


There are many great GTs we'd choose for a romp across the Alps. And Ferrari has made many of them. While we're not sure the hard-core, no-frills F40 would be our top choice for a transalpine journey, we certainly wouldn't turn down the opportunity.


What good is a sports car if you haven't got a great place to drive it? It's a common refrain that we've heard time and time again. But few are as familiar with the problem as they are in the UK, where the number of people, cars on the road and traffic cameras keep growing to conspire against the joy of driving. Leave it to Evo, then, to depart in search of the greatest driving road in the world.


Match up a hot hatch with a supercar of the same vintage, and we'll tell you who will win every time. It's easy, really, as the supercar invariably features a more advanced suspension, stickier tires and most importantly, more power. What if the hot hatch is race prepped, though?


Here's your tough question of the day: Would you rather drive a new Porsche Cayman GTS or a slightly older, 996-era Porsche 911 GT3? Certainly, both cars have their plusses. The Cayman is the more modern proposition, sure, but the GT3 is, well, a GT3. So yes, it's a tough decision.

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