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    Report: Arrinera links up with Lee Noble's Fenix

    Whenever cottage industry supercars come up, Lee Noble's name at least gets a mention. Noble is the man behind the unbelievable Noble M12 and M400; part supercars, part kit cars that Noble designed, built and marketed from a garage in England. Now, Noble has teamed up with Polish firm Arrinera ...

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    First images of Fenix supercar released

    Fenix Automotive supercar – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Lee Noble has risen from the ashes of his former company, the eponymous Noble Automotive, and launched a new supercar under the Fenix Automotive banner. The company's first new product is a clean sheet design that owes ...

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    First Drive: Rossion Q1 is a supercar for the slightly rich

    Rossion Q1 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    "How fast can you take it?" I ask Craig Spuhler, Rossion's technical engineer and my passenger at this particular moment in time. "About 75 mph with an 85 mph exit speed." I was behind the wheel of a Rossion Q1 winding my way up a ...

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    Noble-based Salica GT comes good. Sort of.

    click the picture above for a high-resolution gallery of the Salica GTC Prototype
    It's been a year since Salica popped up with its chopped-roof Noble M12 and promises to make a more evil variant. We thought the Bristol, England based company had been maintaining radio silence for a rather long ...

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    Noble hands over M12 and M400 to 1G Racing

    With work is continuing on the successor to the M12 and M400, Noble Automotive has apparently decided to get a quick cash infusion by selling manufacturing rights to those outgoing models to its US distributor, 1g Racing. Hamilton, Ohio based 1g has been the official sales arm for Noble, assembling ...

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    Autoblog Travelogue: 2006 One Lap Of America

    Well, the fuse has been lit on the 2006 installment of the splendiforously-titled Tire Rack Cannonball One Lap of America presented by Car & Driver (better known as 'One Lap'), and as usual, your trusty Autoblog contact is on the scene. We had high hopes for 'live-blogging' the Cannonball Run ...


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