The first new model to be launched from Bristol Cars in over 10 years. Powered by a 4.8 litre V8 engine delivering an impressive power to weight ratio and a 0-60 in under under 4 seconds. We have kept the Bristol values of unconstrained innovation, exceptional performance and highly refined style throughout the development of this vehicle, upholding our heritage with our future.
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Nick Faure took a new C-Type on a challenging 170km route including 3 international calibre rally stages on the island of Mallorca.
Nick Faure has had an illustrious racing career in historic competition Jaguars including a C-Type in the 1960s owned by Martin Morris and an
ex-works lightweight C-Type (Moss-Whitehead) with the rear rib in the 1970s historic scene.
For a driving experience without equal.
The Caparo T1 isn't just another sportscar. It isn't even just another supercar. It's a Life Statement, an affirmation of who you are. Above all it's an experience. An experience shared by only a handful of people almost all of them, until now, Formula 1 drivers. The Caparo T1 has pushed the boundaries of technology and taken car performance into a new era. And it does the same for the rare breed of people who own them. Get out of your comfort zone, take the drive of your life, go where few men have gone before. Get extreme!
The Caterham 620R is one of the world's most extreme lightweight sports cars ever built. Steve Sutcliffe puts it to the test.
The Caterham 620R packs wide-track front suspension, a supercharged 2.0-litre Ford Duratec motor producing 311bhp and 219lb ft driving the back wheels through a straight-cut, sequential six-speed gearbox and limited-slip differential. It is a few ancillaries away from being a race car, and not much this side of a hypercar such as the Bugatti Veyron could keep pace with it. It is extreme in a way only drivers of a BAC Mono or Ariel Atom could understand. The fastest Caterham road car ever is also one of the most intoxicating.
In the market for a bonkers track car? Steve Sutcliffe drives three of the most powerful British track toys money can buy.
But which one is fastest? Only a track battle at the infamous Castle Combe race circuit can find out!