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2020 Mini John Cooper Works GP laps the 'Ring in under 8 minutes

It will have more than 300 horsepower and will be limited to 3,000 units

It will have more than 300 horsepower and will be limited to 3,000 units.

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Mini John Cooper Works GP spied with wide body, big wing

The 300-horsepower hot hatch is mostly revealed

The 300-horsepower hot hatch is mostly revealed.

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Mini John Cooper Works GP will have over 300 horsepower

The most powerful production Mini ever

The most powerful production Mini ever.

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Mini John Cooper Works GP coming in 2020, special editions in the meantime

If the concept was any sign, the production GP should be awesome

If the concept was any sign, the production GP should be awesome.

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Latest Mini John Cooper Works GP is a radical-looking concept car

It takes fender flares to a new level

No word on production, but we wouldn't rule it out.

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Evo's Mini-focused tribute to Best Motoring is the best thing you'll see all day

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

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How Mini shacked up with John Cooper

The late Sir Alexander Arnold Constantine Issigonis, Alec Issignonis to his Internet friends, designed a car that was sold as the Morris Mini-Minor, the Austin Seven and later the Austin Mini. Go to the Mini USA website and check out the models, though, and every one of them is called a Cooper of some sort, e.g., Mini Cooper Paceman or Mini Co

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Watch Mini JCW GP's official Nürburgring run

Let's just go ahead and say it: a sports car is not really, truly a sports car until it has set a time on the Nürburgring. Until then, it's just seats on wheels. The Mini John Cooper Works GP edition has, however, earned its car stripes: just 2,000 of the fancy Minis are headed for production, and one of them has lapped the 'Ring in 8:23.

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Mini working up new John Cooper Works GP edition

The Mini faithful fondly remember the John Cooper Works GP (pictured above). Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006, the GP edition was the fastest version of the first-gen Mini hatchback. It packed 218 horsepower, 180 pound-feet of torque, a beefier suspension and – thanks to the remo