Lotus Evora v Honda NSX

Two mid-engined greats battle on track. Can the '90s Honda NSX gun down the '10s Lotus Evora?

Lotus Evora v Honda NSX. 2010 v 1990. 276bhp v 270bhp. 162mph v 168mph. On paper they could hardly be more similar, but can a 20-year-old supercar really give our reigning Car of the Year a run for its money on track? Roger Green finds out.

Peruse the pictures below (click on them to enlarge) and pick up a copy of evo Issue 145 for the full story.

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