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  • Subaru555
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    Interessante cover!!

  • #166
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    iemand die hier weet of john barker nog bij EVO zit? is al een tijdje geleden dat ik een exemplaar heb gekocht en dacht niet dat ik hem tussen de namen van het editorial team zag staan. zou wel eens willen weten wat er van de "barker capri" is geworden.

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  • Blue5
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    evo mag. op tablet te lezen aan 4,8 euro per maand

    voor ipad maar ook vr android

    kunt alle artikels lezen vd laatste 12 maanden

    Car mag. en Autocar enkel beschikbaar vr ipad

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  • Wout_RS
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    idd, moet dit weekend toch in brugge zijn, of bij die chinezen van de press shop in het station heb ik die vroeger ook nog gekocht

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  • Petrol
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    In Brugge op 't Zand verkopen ze er, maar of ie er nu nog ligt weet ik niet.

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  • Onehp
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    Ja dat begrijp ik volledig, beide hebben hun voor en nadelen. Papier is luxueuzer maar ook duurder...

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  • Wout_RS
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    Ik lees tijdschriften nog graag gewoon op papier.
    Alles eigenlijk trouwens als het wat om langere teksten gaat.

    En is ook gemakkelijk als ik eens alleen in pauze ben op het werk, lees ik gewoon m'n tijdschrift.

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  • Onehp
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    Ik lees em digitaal...

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  • Wout_RS
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    Iemand een idee waar ik dit tijdschrift nog kan halen? Het is nu al twee maand dat ze hem niet hebben waar ik hem normaal gezien ga halen.
    Liefst streek Ieper, Roeselare, Torhout

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  • Sky
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    Waar te koop?

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  • ICEFARMER
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    evo Magazine: August 2013

    Bugatti Veyron v Pagani Huayra, Ferrari 458 Spider v McLaren 12C v Audi R8 V10, Ferrari Testarossa road test, Mercedes A45 AMG driven




    18th June 2013


    News
    We give you the lowdown on the next Lamborghini Gallardo, an insight into the electric Audi you won’t be driving in the future, and a bluffer’s guide to Le Mans

    First drives
    New Bentley Flying Spur, Mercedes AMG's first hot hatch and a host of other new cars get the evo once-over

    Columns
    While Harry is worried about expensive bits of carbonfibre, Richard Porter is more concerned with Percy Pig. Priorities…

    Letters
    The argument about the merits of the new 991-spec Porsche 911 rumbles on, while many of you find that long ratios grind your gears as much as they do Harry’s

    Bugatti Veyron v Pagani Huayra
    The world’s two greatest hypercars – worth around £2.5million put together – go toe‑to-toe as Pagani’s finest faces the 1183bhp Grand Sport Vitesse for the first time ever





    Icon: Ferrari Testarossa
    In the 14-year history of evo, Ferrari’s flat-12 monster has never undergone a proper road test. Henry Catchpole redresses that omission on road and on track in South Wales




    Ari Vatanen at Pikes Peak
    Sebastien Loeb will attempt to conquer the famous hill climb this month, but another rallying hero did just that for the French marque 25 years ago. Ari tells us how he did it




    Ferrari 458 Spider v McLaren 12C Spider v Audi R8 Spyder
    The Audi R8 V10 Plus stood its ground against Ferrari and McLaren in our coupe test two issues ago. Can its open-topped sibling repeat the feat?




    Donkervoort D8 GTO
    The lightweight Dutch racer you’ve never heard of could be Europe’s best kept sports car secret. Dickie dodges the tulips to find out for himself




    Senna’s Mercedes racer
    Mike Duff is obsessed with Mercedes 190Es. None of us knew why – until now. He takes his own model to the Nürburgring to meet the similar machine in which Senna made his name





    Long-Term tests
    A Toyota GT86 joins the fleet, as does a substantially modified old Beemer, while Ev’s Renaultsport Twingo is pinched by Trott and taken on a European trackday adventure

    evo knowledge
    How to buy a used BMW E60 M5 without picking up a clunker, and where to drive it in the Alps

    Art of Speed
    The huge curved windscreen that helped make the Lancia Stratos a rallying legend
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  • landroverboy
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    Richard Meaden over de Singer 911 (EVO 176):

    " With the moon rising and our work done, we stand around the car in silence, staring at the 911 as though for the first time, eyes hungrily following every swoop and curve until it's too dark to see... "

    Autopoëzie!

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  • ICEFARMER
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    evo Magazine: July 2013

    Aston Martin CC100 concept in-depth, Renault Clio Turbo v 208 GTI, Fiesta ST, Mini JCW and Juke Nismo, Lamborghini Aventador road trip



    21st May 2013



    News
    We look at the intricate aerodynamics of the new McLaren P1 and get all giddy at the potential cross-country pace of the latest Porsche 911 Turbo

    First drives
    Porsche 918 Spyder, BMW M6 Gran Coupe, Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, Lotus Evora Sports Racer, 2013 Nissan GT-R, Maserati Quattroporte V6, SEAT Leon FR TDI and a special edition Aston Martin Vanquish reviewed and rated




    Columns
    Ever wanted to know what it’s like to drive an oval at over 200mph? No one is better placed to divulge than Dario Franchitti

    Letters
    Ratios and their methods of being swapped are what have been driving you to put quill to parchment this month

    Aston Martin CC100
    The most exciting thing most people get when they reach 100 is a card from the Queen. With all due respect, we think Aston’s present to itself - a wild speedster concept - is rather better




    Hot hatch group test
    New Renaultsport Clio Turbo faces Peugeot 208 GTI, Mini JCW, Ford Fiesta ST and Nissan Juke Nismo in mid-Wales. With more three-wheeling cars than the Morgan factory




    Talbot Sunbeam Lotus
    The original rear-wheel-drive hot hatch and also the only Talbot we’re ever likely to feature in evo




    Dean Stoneman
    If Stoneman’s racing comeback was a film script, you’d think it was more saccharine and far-fetched than a Haribo factory on Pluto. But remarkably, it’s all real

    Lamborghini road trip
    We drive an Aventador Roadster and a familiar Countach all the way to Italy. On days like these…




    Lambo 50th Anniversary Tour
    Lamborghini may only be half the age of Aston, but 50 years is still a good excuse for a knees-up (or a mambo Lambo jambo, if you will)

    Ring Virgin
    Nick Trott had never been to the Nurburgring. A BMW M3 and a two-day course helps explain to him what all the fuss is about
    Long-term tests
    Editor Trott would be weeping about the loss of his Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe had it not been replaced by a McLaren MP4-12C




    evo knowledge
    We tell you how to buy a Mercedes SLK55 AMG and then reveal the best road in Austria on which to drive it

    Art of Speed
    In the same month we drive the new Porsche 918, we look back at the stories behind the wooden gearknobs in the 917 and the Carrera GT

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  • ICEFARMER
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    evo Magazine: May 2013

    Ferrari F12 vs Lamborghini Aventador vs Aston Vanquish, Porsche 911 GT3 group test, Renault Clio 200 Turbo review, Alfa Romeo 4C secrets



    26th March 2013

    The May 2013 issue of evo continues the magazine's new, updated look, with more space for features, a new regular feature - the Art of Speed - and with a familiar guest columnist. Full details below...

    News
    Performance cars aplenty at the 2013 Geneva motor show, including new McLaren, Lambo and Ferrari supercars

    First drive
    Reviews of the Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series, Ford Fiesta ST, Mercedes CLA250, Aston Martin Rapide S, Mini John Cooper Works Paceman and a very special Subaru Impreza



    Columns
    Harry's grumpy about the future of cars once again. Howls of protest to the usual address

    Letters
    On that note, here’s all your reactions to last month’s Harry rant. And a diesel Aston. Maybe

    Supercar supertest
    A Ferrari F12, a Lamborghini Aventador and an Aston Martin Vanquish in the Italian hills. Do group tests get any more epic?



    2013 Porsche 911 GT3
    PDK, rear-wheel steering, £100k - Porsche’s GT3 has never been so controversial. Or as raw and exciting, apparently…

    The best 911 GT3 yet
    While we digest the probable evo Car of the Year for 2013, a comparison of its ancestors seems fitting

    New Clio 200 Turbo
    Renault’s turbocharged, flappy-paddled Clio 200 has some cynics to prove wrong. We drive it



    R.I.P. manual gearbox
    A eulogy for the stick shift, with the best and worst examples and some performance comparisons

    New Alfa analysed
    The wee 4C is the most focused Alfa Romeo in decades – it doesn’t even have power steering

    Electric supercars
    The BMW i8 and Mercedes SLS ED prove zero emissions are far from zero fun. We get to know both



    Icon: BMW M5
    The original E28 M5 wasn’t lauded in the 1980s. We redress the balance



    Long-term tests
    Three new arrivals, badged McLaren, Lancia and, erm, Hyundai



    evo Knowledge
    Wind-in-the-eyes thrills with our Ariel Atom buying guide and – if you’ve swallowed your silly pills – where to enjoy it in France

    Car data
    All the numbers you’ll ever need

    Art of speed
    We celebrate the design of the Audi Quattro wheelarch

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  • ICEFARMER
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    Mature hot hatchbacks
    Roll-cages and semi-slicks a bit much? Might we suggest the more refined nature of a BMW M135i. It takes on a VW Scirocco R, a Renault Megane 265 Cup and a Superchips Ford Focus ST



    MG Metro 6R4
    We drive the boxy riot of be-winged craziness that is the ultimate hot hatch of them all. And this might just be the most original example in existence



    Inside Nismo
    Rarely, if ever, has a red door provided so much excitement. We poke around the Aladdin’s cave that is the Nismo factory

    Porsche Cayman S
    Despite being named after a small crocodile, this is one of 2013’s most eagerly awaited cars. Richard Meaden drives it in Portugal



    Aston Martin V12 Zagato to Scotland
    Mix whisky, a piste-basher and possibly the greatest stretch of tarmac in the UK and you get a potentially lethal combination. We sample them separately

    Mitsubishi Evo Generations group test
    Some people still assume that this magazine is all about Mitsubishis. This test won’t do anything to dissuade them

    Long-term tests
    We never thought it’d happen - Harry waves his beloved Pagani Zonda goodbye

    evo Knowledge
    Why not combine two parts of this issue’s Knowledge by purchasing a Lotus Evora using our buying guide and then driving it out to Morocco courtesy of our road trip suggestion?

    Essentials
    Still pondering what to spend those Christmas book vouchers on? We have got the answer

    Art of speed
    Behold the most iconic manual gearshift of them all

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  • ICEFARMER
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    evo Magazine: April 2013


    Audi A1 quattro vs Mini GP vs Renault R26.R vs Ford RS500, Metro 6R4 driven, Mitsubishi Evo group test, Aston Martin V12 Zagato road trip

    26th February 2013

    The April 2013 issue of evo continues the magazine's new, updated look, with more space for features, a new regular feature - the Art of Speed - and an all new columnist. Full details below...


    News
    New Minis and a revised Bentley. Plus Mystic Tiff saves us the bother of watching F1 this season

    First drives
    Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, Jaguar XFR Speed Pack, Mercedes E63 AMG S, Nissan Juke Nismo, Ford Fiesta Ecoboost and Audi R8 V10 vs Porsche 911 C4S Powerkit






    Columns
    Richard Porter wants to set up the RSPCC and Harry details the woes of being rich enough to own a supercar, but not to insure one

    Letters
    Your missives are filled with Venom this month. By which we mean your opinions on the Hennessey

    Extreme hot hatchbacks
    The 4wd Audi A1 quattro and the rabid (and rapid) new Mini John Cooper Works GP take on two of the hottest hatches ever on road and track - the Renault Megane R26.R and Ford Focus RS500


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  • ICEFARMER
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    Letters
    McLaren, Maserati and Aston Martin have riled you this month, while Harry’s ruffling feathers. Again

    Hennessey Venom
    It’s rated as one of the world’s fastest cars, but does this Lotus-alike hypercar deliver on its Top Trumps numbers?




    Koenigseggs compared
    Harry samples the CC8S and Agera R to see how far the Swedish supercar maker has moved on in ten years

    Bowler group test
    The leaping, bouncing Bowler EXR S deserves a Swiss-army group test. Enter Porsche Cayenne GTS and Nissan GT-R

    £15k coupe test
    Bag a hairy-chested coupe bargain. BMW Z4 M, TVR Tuscan, Porsche Cayman S and Nissan 370Z slug it out

    Bentley GT3
    Bentley makes a dramatic return to motorsport this year. Jethro Bovingdon looks at the new Continental GT3

    The world’s best road?
    It could be high in the Brazilian hills, reckons Henry, after a raccoon-littered road trip in an Audi R8 Spyder

    Dakar rally: rich and poor
    We head to the 2013 Dakar rally and meet its various heroes, including the utterly inspiring Race2Recovery team

    Calsonic GT-R
    Dickie gets behind the wheel of this Gran Turismo legend for real



    Long-term tests
    Fast Fleet’s makeover is marked with glorious names like XJR-15, Espada and F50



    evo Knowledge
    A VW Scirocco buying guide and how to traverse the Futa and Raticosa passes

    Essentials
    We look at that most artistic strand of car geekery – the scale model

    Art of speed
    In an all-new regular feature, iconic parts of fast cars go under the microscope. First up, Porsche’s ducktail

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  • ICEFARMER
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    evo Magazine: March 2013


    Hennesey Venom GT record run and road test, Koenigsegg CC8S vs Agera R, Audi R8 Brazilian road trip, VW Scirocco buying guide, Cayman vs TVR vs Z4M vs 370Z

    News
    The Corvette Stingray is back (Gerry Anderson would be proud) while the Aston Martin Rapide gets a refresh

    Columns
    Our new columnist is Paul di Resta’s cousin and BBC Scotland Sports Personality of the Year 2007. Guess who?

    First drives
    evo's crack team checks out the updated Lamborghini Gallardo and Ariel Atom, the new Caterham Supersport R and Range Rover SDV8 and the BMW 330D M Sport and K-Tec Renaultsport Clio 200, while the Ford Focus ST Estate meets its ancestor



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  • ICEFARMER
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    Steeds iets later dan in de UK natuurlijk, hier lag deze laatste eergisteren in de bus.

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  • Duke
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    Maar vallen de nummers vlot in de bus of is het steeds afwachten of en wanneer het volgende nummer komt?

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