The pop star’s pop star takes to the track in our reasonably priced car – rumour is he was so keen to trounce Simon Cowell he booked himself on some track days for a bit of practice.
The boys go back to the US to test some muscle cars. Last time they were attacked with guns, this time they get pelted by rocks. Anyone else spot a theme developing here?
What you're looking at above is a Formula 1-style, single-seat, lightweight "go-kart" concept. That's fully electric. Welcome, everyone, toTomorrow's World...
JC drives the monumentally aggressive Porsche 911 GT2, then ditches it in favour of a slightly more tame Lamborghini Gallardo. Richard, as you can imagine, is disgusted.
Outside America, Jeep is the best-understood major-car nameplate.
It's one of the most terrifying racing circuits ever constructed by men with speed on their mind. And last weekend, by virtue of it being delectably smashing, it's also one of the most spectacular endurance races on earth. It is, of course, the Nurburgring 24hr race, and we were there.
You'll remember the Rolls-Royce-fettled Mini we brought you a while ago. It features exceptionally high-grade materials used on top-end Rollers such as deep-pile lambswool floor mats and premium wood trim.
VW is at pains to stress that the new Golf cabrio - four-seat, mid-size convertible that it is - is not in competition with its own Eos, that four-seat, mid-size convertible. The Golf, VW points out, is smaller, cheaper, and sports a fabric roof instead of a folding hard-top.