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Naciskasz na gaz i na początku Ferrari wydaje się spokojny, ale to tylko jego sztuczka. Po chwili Ferrari pokazuję swoją prawdziwą stronę. Silnik zaczyna ryczeć, a wydech strzela – wszystko to daje niesamowicie uczucie.


Don't just pass it off as an M135i with a boot – the sum of the parts of the M235i make for a much more impressive whole. Better balanced, and (in our opinion) better looking, the M235i is poised to become a performance legend, joining the ranks of many, many other blue and white propeller cars.


Bucking the tred of the ever larger BMW M cars, the BMW M2 offer many surprises to the performance car jaded, with a decently powerful engine, traditional front-engine rear-drive setup and, firm, sporty ride and sweet straight-six sound track. This no drama, not fuss car really is more than just a nod to the good ol’ days of performance.


Living on the knifes edge. With 730hp. The Ferrari F12berlinetta pulses with energy and presence. This is an astonishngly fast, all-devastating, road going rocket. While it may take a madman to explore the limits of the car, anyone can appreciate the potential and exceptional nature of the beast.


BMW M4 Competition Package

No longer does it the current rance of mid-large BMW have that glorious V8 sound track. But what the BMW M4 loses in eight cylinder sound, it gains almost everywhere else. The turbos now provide that meaty, torquey push that the old V8 simply couldn’t provide.

Ford Fiesta ST

If you’ve heard the hype then you’ll know about the Ford Fiesta ST. A better drivers car than it’s bigger brother, the Focus, better steering feel than anything this side of a German Sports Car (Audi, BMW), and accessible power that makes the Fiesta a satisfying and enjoyable experience!

BMW M4 RSR Edition

Our own specially modified and tuned version of the BMW M4.

Renault Clio RS200

The latest version of Renault Sport’s iconic hot hatch, the RS200 paddlshift has grown up in every dimension, producing a more capable car, that is easier to drive, and ultimately – faster.

Porsche Cayman S 718

Yes, it’s turbo. Yes it’s 4 cylinder. But that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad thing. The new 718 Cayman S has more power than the outgoing GTS model, and with the extra torque from the turbo, the engine is much more flexible and usable throughout the circuit.

VW Scirocco GTS

Picking up the pace with it’s turbo engine and lightening fast DSG automatic gearbox – the VW Scirocco is remarkably easy to drive and surprisingly great on track, thanks to it’s solid chassis.

Porsche Cayman GT4

In the modern age of paddle shift automatic transmissions, the Cayman GT4 may seem a little out of place. A third pedal means higher shift times – means less bragging rights at the local pub, doesn't it?


This is where the hot hatch market started – the Volkswagen Golf GTI. While some the competition nowadays may have more power, they lack the same control, balance and poise that the Mk 7 Facelift posseses, meaning that in the GTI you can use more of that power, more of the time.

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