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evo track evening 2016 - pictures and highlights

Take a look at a selection of images from our latest track evening

evo's latest track evening played host to an extremely diverse selection of cars, with everything from a Porsche 911 GT3, to an Ariel Nomad, making an appearance.

evo editor Nick Trott was on hand with a Mercedes AMG GT, while other fast fleet cars, including the MX-5 and Integrale, were there too.

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GT Radial, evo's partner for the track evenings, also brought a selection of cars down for readers to enjoy.

If you're yet to attend an evo track evening, you can find out more information here. Hosted at Bedford Autodrome, they are an ideal first track day and a great way to meet other evo readers and evo members of staff.

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You can see a selection of images from the latest track day by clicking the image above.

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