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Subscribe by Wednesday 2 May if you’re in the UK to receive the next copy of evo before it reaches shops

It’s always nice to get something before anyone else. If you want that thing to be the next issue of evo magazine, then you’re in luck, because if you subscribe before 4pm GMT on Wednesday 2 May, you’ll receive issue 249 before it goes on sale in the shops.

In the next copy of evo we’ll be driving two of the year’s most sought after performance cars, starting with what might the ultimate naturally aspirated Porsche 911 ever, the new 991.2-generation GT3 RS. As well as a drive on the derestricted roads of the Isle of Man, we also had the chance to push the new GT3 RS to its absolute limit on track at the Nurburgring. Does it live up to the hype?

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> Click here for our online review of the new Lamborghini Urus

We’ve also been driving the much-anticipated Ford Fiesta ST, the follow up to one of our favourite supermini hot hatches and with much to prove against its rivals. It’s also the first time a proper hot hatch in the class has donned three-cylinders, although short of firepower the new Fiesta ST is not. Will it live up to our lofty expectations? You’ll have to subscribe to find out.

We also go for a deep dive into the new Lamborghini Urus to see if the Italian supercar maker has been able to create a new breed of super-SUV, and we drive the latest mid-engined performance cars at both ends of performance spectrum.

Subscribe to evo before 4pm GMT Wednesday 2 May and receive the new issue delivered to your door before it goes on sale in the shops. Not only that, you can also take advantage of our latest offer to receive five issues for £5, including a free gift to welcome you into the world of evo magazine.

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