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Lotus 3-Eleven may be the quickest track weapon you can buy

It may only have 460 horsepower on tap, but the Lotus 3-Eleven had more than enough to trounce million-dollar supercars around the Hockenheimring in the latest test from Sport Auto magazine.

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Hocken' it up at the 2012 German Grand Prix [spoilers]

Seven races with seven winners. That's how the 2012 Formula One World Championship started out. But eventually something had to give. And give it did, when Fernando Alonso edged out the competition to score his second grand prix victory this season. Mark Webber followed with a second win of his own the following race. But would this race at Hockenheim prove one driver as the clear frontrunner in this year's championship? Would it catapult one of the

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Lamborghini Aventador runs all the way up to 230 mph

You ever get the feeling that automakers are understating the performance capabilities of their cars? Some do, and some don't. But it appears that Lamborghini has undershot the v-max on its latest mid-engine V12 supercar, the Aventador LP700-4.

Hockenheim vs. Nürburgring: Nobody wants the German Grand Prix next year?

The right to host a Formula One grand prix in Germany was once a hot commodity. Both Hockenheim and the Nürburgring wanted it, and for years, both got it, with the former's event billed as the German Grand Prix and the latter's as the European Grand Prix. Both put up a fight when parallel events were reduced to one, and an alternation agreement was put in place for the Nürburgring to host in even years and Hockenheim in odd years. But in a spectacular sign of the times, it appears that