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  1. It seemed only a matter of time before the market for Masters memorabilia reflected the annual feeding frenzy for Masters tickets. A turning point may have come last year, when three exceptional...
  2. Landslides are called more often in the premature pontifications of modern live election coverage than they ever have been by the officials actually tabulating votes. Most performances on the U.S...
  3. No Contest Though we have been involving readers in our Car of the Year events for a decade, we continue to be surprised by the emotional reactions—good and bad—that certain entries elicit from them...
  4. Familiar Finish The R8, in various variants, has competed in four of the last seven Car of the Year events and finished second each of the last three times after claiming victory at its Napa Valley...
  5. More than Enough To borrow a phrase from the Seder, if Lamborghini had delivered only the Aventador, dayenu —it would have been enough for us. But instead, the carmaker created a roadster version of...
  6. Flying High The Aston Martin Vanquish Volante does not need an ejection seat, concealed machine guns, or tire-slashing wheel spinners. Even without those features it still embodies the qualities that...
  7. Dual Purpose The handsome, quick, and practical BMW M6 Gran Coupe placed first among the four-door vehicles at this year’s Car of the Year contest—ahead of the Bentley Flying Spur, Porsche Panamera,...
  8. Continental Divide While some may carp about the size, price, and decadent details of Bentley cars, knowing souls concur that the company has always represented the apogee of poise and luxury. The...
  9. A Cut Above Porsche seems to have cast the Cayman as an automotive Cinderella, forcing it to assume a subservient role to its domineering 911 siblings. Though it has been denied 911 power and finery...
  10. Daily Beast Porsche was the only brand with two horses in the 2014 Car of the Year competition, and the Panamera Turbo placed immediately behind the sporty Cayman S. The cars’ adjacent finishes speak...

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