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Top Gear Live schedules extra show

Mon, 07 Oct 2013

TOP GEAR Live has announced an extra show in Glasgow to meet huge demand, after the initial run of three performances sold out almost immediately. Tickets for the shows at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro venue went on sale on Friday at 9am, but were completely sold out within hours. Two shows had initially been scheduled for Saturday January 18, with one on Sunday January 19.

MINI Paceman gets a (very slight) facelift: Beijing Motor Show

Mon, 21 Apr 2014

The 2014 MINI Paceman (pictured) gets a minor facelift Despite the all new MINI Hatch being revealed earlier this year, it’ll be a couple of years before the over-sized MINI Countryman gets replaced, which is why MINI recently revealed a facelift for the Countryman to keep it current. Logic says that if the Countryman is getting a facelift then so should its coupe sibling – the MINI Paceman – and MINI has duly obliged by revealing a very small series of updates for the 2014 / 2015 Paceman. In truth, this could be the last iteration of the Paceman we see as rumour has it MINI won’t be continuing with the Pacemena when the all new Countryman arrives in 2016, and they haven’t exactly gone overboard with the changes to the coupe Countryman either.

One Lap of the Web: Racing heroes and ugly cars

Fri, 28 Mar 2014

-- Gary Bettenhausen finished 10th at Indy in 1971. But that's because he stopped his car, got out and pulled driver Mike Mosley out of his burning car, saving his life. Bettenhausen, who passed away last week at the age of 72, finished the race in 10th place but really came in first.