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Condition:Used Brand:SUZUKI Manufacturer Part Number:34120-41G20

Ron Dennis steps down from F1 to focus on supercars

Fri, 16 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Ron Dennis hands over the baton to Martin Whitmarsh. He'll now be focusing on McLaren Automotive's new P11 and other road cars By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 16 January 2009 15:43 McLaren Mercedes team principal Ron Dennis is to step down as boss of the F1 team to concentrate on McLaren's other interests – including McLaren Automotive, which is planning a range of new top-end sports cars. CAR Online has led the world with its scoops on the new McLaren P11, a British alternative to the Ferrari 430 Scuderia.

How much does the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 cost? That’ll be from £180,720.

Mon, 27 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

The new Lamborghini Huracan (pictured) starts at £180,720 It took Lamborghini a very long time to come up with a replacement for the Gallardo, but it finally managed to reveal its replacement – the Lamborghini Huracan – just before Christmas after a long and tedious attempt at generating interest in the reveal with a pointless series of teaser videos. We guessed that Lamborghini would be looking to push the price of the Huracan up towards that of its main competitors – the McLaren 12C and Ferrari 458 – and it seems they’ve done that with a price that starts at almost £50k more than the Gallardo did in the UK. The Supercar Kids have managed to get their hands on a price list for the Huracan in the UK, and it seems Lamborghini are wanting £180,720, plus £3k for delivery and £1,120 for registration, making an on the road price of £184,840.

Bentley Celebrates Strong Finish At Mille Miglia

Fri, 23 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

YOU can be forgiven for thinking Jaguar stole the Mille Miglia spotlight this year, what with its roster of celebrities driving a brace of desirable racers, but Bentley was the other British brand tearing across the Italian countryside. The Crewe-based luxury car maker fielded a handful of iconic pre-war models and, after the four-day, 1,700km marathon, the firm secured its best position to date with one of its iconic 4 ½ Litre supercharged Bentley Blowers. Rolf Frech, Bentley’s Member of the Board for Engineering and Jerome D’Ambrosio, finished in 73rd position out of the 438 cars that took part.