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Stars of 2012 driven: Toyota GT 86, Subaru BRZ, Lotus Exige V6 and Evora GTE. Nissan GT-R Lands End to John o'Groats, Formula 1 stock cars, 2012 performance tyre test

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News
At last! The Honda NSX returns. And we’ve got all the details

First drives
Audi's revamped S4, a special roofless Porsche 911 and tuned versions of the Mazda3 MPS, Citroen DS3 Racing and Aston Martin V8 Vantage

Letters
It’s Monkey v evo reader, Jag XJ220 v McLaren F1. Which is better? There’s only one way to find out…

Subaru BRZ and Toyota GT 86
A pair of affordable rear-drive coupes from Japan look set to star in 2012. But after a long (and mildly frustrating) gestation period, have the boxer-engined Subaru BRZ and Toyota GT 86 been worth the wait?

Lotus Special
It’s over a year since the Lotus revolution began. It may seem all supercars and celebrity name-drops nowadays, but it’s still working on its bread and butter: hardcore sports cars. We drive the new V6-equipped Exige, and have an exclusive go in the GT3 RS-chasing Evora GTE. Harry Metcalfe then spends a day with Lotus’s controversial boss, Dany Bahar, and we look at the brand’s ambitious motorsport programme

GT-R LEJOG
Land’s End to John O’Groats in 24 hours, no motorways allowed. Is it possible? Henry Catchpole gives it a shot in the new 2012 Nissan GT-R. Place your bets now

Nissan Juke-R
Is the GT-R not ‘school run’ enough for you? Try this instead…

Formula 1 stock cars
Roger Green risks life and limb at the Northampton International Raceway

2012 tyre test
Which rubber should your performance car wear this year? John Barker finds out

Long-term tests
How to restore a Lotus Elan, plus end-of-term reports on our departed Jaguar XJ Supersport and SEAT Leon Cupra R

Buying guide
How to bag a bargain Nissan 350Z

Track battle
It’s a fight for the front-wheel-drive lap record as new Honda Civic Mugen 2.2 and the Renaultsport Mégane 265 Trophy go toe-to-toe at Bedford

Me and my car
Motorsports commentator Toby Moody and his meticulously maintained M3

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