As is usually the case, the judges' scorecard is an invaluable insight into which cars appealed to which drivers. The consensus at the top was nonetheless clear, the McLaren 600LT was a firm favourite around the judging table. This is how it all panned out.
|Porsche 911 GT2 RS||4th||4th||3rd||3rd||3rd||1st||36|
|Ford Fiesta ST||3rd||3rd||1st||2nd||5th||6th||34|
|BMW M2 Competition||5th||5th||5th||6th||4th||4th||25|
|Ferrari 488 Pista||6th||6th||6th||4th||6th||5th||21|
|Volkswagen Up GTI||7th||7th||7th||7th||8th||7th||11|
|Renault Megane RS||8th||8th||8th||8th||7th||8th||7|
Editor - Stuart Gallagher
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Road Test Editor - James Disdale
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