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One of the true Japanese racing gems is this R390, built by Nissan (with help from Tom Walkinshaw Racing) to battle at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The car fared well, with the machine driven by Aguri Suzuki, Masahiko Kageyama and Kazuyoshi Hoshino finishing 3rd overall in 1998.

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Hyundai is certainly all-in when it comes to the sporty compact segment. The Korean auto maker has joined forces with Fox Marketing Cars to create a special Veloster Turbo for the SEMA show.

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Honda surprised everyone yesterday when the company unveiled what was being billed as the Honda Beat successor. The Beat was never marketed in the U.S. because it was a kei-car (cars that are limited in size and powered by a 660-cc engine).

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If you're a Ken Block, gymkhana fan, you will get a real kick out of this video. Very clever and well done, we tip our hats to the Crazy Kart crew.

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With the Tokyo Motor Show nearly upon us, we have our spies doing double duty in Japan. One of the missions we assigned to them was to bring us as much information on the rumored future 240SX from Nissan. Last year we reported that Nissan was working on a car codenamed W53 PF.

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For its 50th birthday, Lamborghini is treating us to what could be the company’s most impressive super car…ever.

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It seems like some kind of fad, some people are putting a Sklyine GT-R engine into their Patrols and terrorizing the countryside. While we don't get the Patrol here in the States, but think of its as a truly off-road Pathfinder.

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The hybrid supercar war is heating up, and the McLaren P1 has drawn first blood. The company has just released some official test numbers that will make many of you rub your eyes in disbelief. These figures are impressive indeed, even by GTChannel standards.

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This would be an enthusiast's dream, to have both these cars in your garage. However, if you could only choose one, which one would it be? This could be the toughest Monday Match Up yet. Remember, since you can't resell the car, price isn't a factor.

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