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Iconic Ferrari 250 GTO recognised as work of art in bid to protect world's most valuable classic car

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An iconic Ferrari has been recognized by an Italian court as a work of art, in an unprecedented judgment that will protect it from reproductions and imitations. Click here to read more.

Patrick Dempsey Talks About His Newest Film: The Inspiring Story Of Race Car Driver Hurley Haywood

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Actor and racer Patrick Dempsey's newest project, Hurley, for which he serves as executive producer, had its red carpet premiere at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Click here to read more.

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante: 211mph drop-top shown in London

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Fastest soft-top Aston yet makes its first public appearance at London's annual Concours event. Click here to read more.

Miura in 'The Italian Job' Found After Decades in Obscurity and Restored By Lamborghini

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The Lamborghini Miura P400 destroyed in the opening scenes in 1969's The Italian Job was actually two Miuras, one that had been previously wrecked, and a fully-functioning new Miura. Click here to read more.

THE RETURN OF THE LAND ROVER DEFENDER

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For over 60 years, the Land Rover Defender remained the epitome of rugged durability, versatility and capability. And the next generation of the Defender continues that historic foundation—now adding evolutionary design and the latest technologies to its list of attributes. Click here to read more.

Emory’s 1960 Porsche 356 RSR is an Alternate-Reality Hot Rod

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When it comes to outlaw-ifying Porsche 356s, there isn’t much Emory Motorsports hasn’t done to the diminutive little coupe. After all, visionary and head honcho Rod Emory is the progenitor of the 356 outlaw movement. We’ve enjoyed Emory’s impeccable 356 hot rods for years, but we’ve never seen anything quite like his newest creation: the 1960 Porsche 356 RSR. Read here for more.

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After Auction Fiasco, Nazi Type 64 ‘Porsche’ Fades Into Shadows

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The failed sale rang like a gong throughout the car world on the night of Aug. 17 in Monterey, Calif.

A spectacular auction blunder left the 1939 Type 64, the first automobile to bear the Porsche name, without a buyer. Now, as members of the classic car community try to figure out exactly what happened, the historic coupe is slipping back into the murky shopper’s purgatory where it lingered in recent years. Click here to read more.

Salt on the Brain: Photos from Bonneville Speed Week

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It takes all sorts to make the world go ’round, and nowhere is this more obvious than at the place that feels like the edge of Earth: the Bonneville Salt Flats. Every year, nestled between civilization and an infinitely white horizon sits a hodgepodge of devout racers, builders, families, and friends who gather in the pits of the World’s Fastest Racetrack for Speed Week. Click here to read more.

Scuderia Ferrari Brought 60 Cars to Pebble Beach for its 90th Birthday

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There's nothing like an anniversary as an excuse to throw a bash, and at this year's Monterey Car Week, there were a couple of major blowouts. Bentley's Big 100 was the headliner. Its cars were all over the peninsula, with one of W.O. Bentley's finest scoring Best of Show honors at the 69th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Then there was Ferrari, who celebrated the 90th anniversary of Scuderia Ferrari with an astonishing smorgasbord of some 60 of the greatest racing Ferraris of all time. Click here to read more.

REMINDER: THE AUDI RS2 AVANT IS NOW IMPORTABLE

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After years of Audi forum fanboys (and fangirls) pretending that they would totally buy an RS6 Avant if the German automaker were to offer it stateside, Audi did just that, despite the fact that it could have chosen to offer a model that will generate ten times the sales, like the A1 hatchback. 

But there's a bit of a problem: those who specifically covet the RS6 Avant and nothing else often don't have the money to buy one, because they're millennials or Gen Z online forum denizens. Click here to read more.

Porsche Didn't Need Gasoline To Set Its Latest Ring Record.

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Taycan prototype demonstrates electric propulsion doesn't need to be slow, even at the Green Hell.

There's no shortage of automakers that claim supremacy at the Nürburgring, but none hold the king of bragging rights that Porsche has achieved there. And now it can add one more feather to its racing cap. Click here to read more.

Pebble Beach Car Week: Where one-percenters can blow $48 million on a car.

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