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  1. The Gift A seven-day trip to drive seven supercars on seven legendary racetracks in seven different countries. Starting at $1 million Jean-Paul Libert has built his life around world-class driving...
  2. Build a man a gym, and he will exercise for a day; build a man a custom-tailored workout environment, and he will exercise for a lifetime. That twist on an old axiom explains why Mark Harigian is a...
  3. The Hennessey Venom 1000 Twin Turbo launches the Dodge Viper beyond the supercar stratosphere occupied by the 600 hp Ferrari Enzo, Porsche Carrera GT, and Mercedes-Benz SLR. No one ever has accused...
  4. The new Mercedes-Benz GL 450 is a study in contradictions: It is a German-engineered, American-made, full-size sport-utility vehicle that drives like a car; its rear children’s seats provide enough...
  5. “My image is not just preppy, casual, elegant, or English,” Ralph Lauren explained recently, when asked about his Purple Label collection’s assorted elements—from a wool peacoat and hefty cashmere...
  6. If a car’s visibility in pop culture is any measure, then the Lincoln Continental convertible’s cool quotient is on the rise. In mid-May, the cover of Sports Illustrated announced that Cleveland...
  7. As the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet shimmies and shakes on the German autobahn, I conclude that an oval racetrack might be a better venue for verifying the car’s 193 mph top speed. However, at saner,...
  8. A customized Mark-1 X-Racer rocket and the first Mark-2 X-Racer, which will succeed the Mark-1. A Rocket Racing League team, with two racing rockets, a truck and trailer equipment to transport the...
  9. You could read the results of recent Robb Report Car of the Year contests as condemnations of American-made luxury and sports cars. The Dodge Viper, Saleen S302 Extreme, Ford Shelby GT500, and a...
  10. The Jaguar XK120 was a stellar sports car—perhaps the most advanced of its era. Powered by a dohc, straight-six engine that was a Jaguar hallmark for a half century, the vehicle could exceed the...

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