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    Video: Watch this Koenigsegg CCX hit 211 mph on a runway, outpacing McLaren's P1
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    Vmax200 in in England organizes events where those who care to show up with a supercar can run them down the two-mile runway at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground. Evo attended the latest event, bringing an impressively green Lamborghini Aventador to test its girth and gaping vents against other ...

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    Video: Yamaha calls on big-name talent for Vmax Hyper Modified project
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    We won't be strolling the aisles of this year's EICMA show in Milan, and that's nothing short of a crying shame. There's going to be a wide selection of fantastic machines on display, including a very interesting project built on the bones of the Yamaha Vmax. Yamaha Europe has released a teaser ...

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    Officially Official: 2009 Star Motorcycles VMax, with live pictures
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    Click above for more live images from the official worldwide VMax unveilingBack in 1984, Yamaha's then-new VMax set the motorcycling world on fire with its four-cylinder engine and mechanical V-Boost intake system which gave an extra shove of power at around six-thousand rpm. Riders fell in love ...

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    Web-assisted early look at the 2009 V-Max
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    Click above for more early shots of the 2009 V-MaxSince the very first Yamaha V-Max was introduced way back in 1984, the motorcycle scene has seen countless changes. The V-Max, though, has remained steadfast in its ways, surviving right on through the break off of Star Motorcycles from its Yamaha ...

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    Yamaha drops a 3,000-pound hint on the next V-Max
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    We really do love us some V-Max, despite the fact that the bike is well past its prime in this day and age of remaking a motorcycle every two years or so. Just because the bike is older than some of our readers doesn't diminish the fact that the V-Max packs a heavy dose of power. It's never easy to ...

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    Continental takes world speed record
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    Continental has entered the Guinness Book of World Records with a top speed of 242 mph (388 km/h). We're definitely not talking about the behemoth Bentley, as powerful as it is. The record now officially belongs to Continental Tires for its ContiSportContact Vmax, which has been officially ...

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