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444bhp Audi RS 5 Cabriolet launches online

If you missed Audi’s live premiere of the new RS 5 Cabriolet online, then fear not, there was nothing unexpected in the broadcast which was presented by motorsports commentator Martin Haven, together with Audi DTM drivers Rahel Frey and Edoardo Mortara.

Audi commemorates Pikes Peak with a special RS 5

The 90th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb gets underway in Colorado this weekend, postponed from its original July 8th date by the devastating Waldo Canyon fires which brought havoc and destruction to the region. And Audi USA has cooked up something special to mark 25 years since its most dominant victory.

Porsche agree Martini Racing livery for the 918 Spyder

Picture the race livery of a factory Porsche from the ’70s or 80’s and chances are you’ll either think of the blue and orange colours of Gulf Oil, or the red and blue stripes of Martini Racing. So it makes an evocative statement to see those Martini colours on Porsche’s 918 Spyder prototype, a road car which might just make an appearance in competition during the next few years.

Bowler and Land Rover tie the knot after a very long engagement

Raise your hand if you thought Land Rover and Bowler were already inseparably hitched. Now raise your hand if you could imagine Bowler existing without Land Rover. If your hand was ‘up’ for the first question and ‘down’ for the second, then you may be puzzled to hear that it’s taken until 2012 for both brands to announce a formal partnership.

Tushek Renovatio T500 joins the Supercar Parade at Le Mans

It’s one of the most prestigious motor race events in the world, whilst the ‘Grande Parade des Pilotes’ is one of the most visible automotive catwalks with thousands of fans and enthusiasts lining up to catch a glimpse of their favourite drivers.

Alonso receives a FF-sized bonus for Malaysia win

Fernando Alonso delivered a winning performance in the Malaysian Grand Prix last weekend, and despite both Alonso and Team Principal Stefano Domenicali saying “there’s still plenty of work to do”, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo was keen to mark the occasion with a gift.