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The Triumph sports car, from the Triumph Roadster of 1946 to the TR1-TR8 of 1952-1978 - all the technical facts, performance data, competitive analysis, used prices, historical background, and more
A close look at the 780 bhp/211 mph Porsche 962 and 962C sports car racers which, based on the illustrious 956 predecessor, were victorious in the 1986 and 1994 Le Mans 24 Hour race
A close look at the 1958-69 evolution of the G2 into the G3 and finally the G4 sports car, a 1.5 litre/124 mph/0-60 in 7.2 sec racer, with a successful track record
Taking a look at the Porsche 956, 2.65l, twin turbocharged, 620 bhp sports car racer that won the Le Mans 24 Hour race each year between 1982 and 1985
Taking a look at the 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 and XJR-9LM, a 7 litre, 750 bhp, 245 mph sports car racer that won the 1988 Le Mans 24 Hour race
A close look at the 1954-59 Lister Jaguar sports car racer powered initially by a Jaguar D-Type engine and later by a Chevrolet Corvette unit that was a predecessor to the successful 1993 Lister Storm
A look at the development of the Lotus Mk10 sports car racer, via the Mk 8 and 9, which were the first fully enclosed aerodynamic cars that ushered in a series of successful racers
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