Watch - evo Track Car of the year 2014

It's finally here

It's been a long time coming, but finally our full evo Track Car of the year 2014 - in association with Michelin, video is ready. Shot on a cold Winter's morning back in 2014, Blyton Park played host to one of the most incredible sets of cars evo has ever gathered together.

From a Caterham Seven 160, to a McLaren 650S GT3, it's quite a show. For those interested, you can read the full article in the February issue of evo (205).

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Caterham's 80bhp Seven 160 proved a fantastic track car for a beginner to learn with. Then there was the Ariel Atom 3.5R, which made us 'whoop for joy' with its pin-sharp accuracy and outlandish performance.

The Nissan GT-R Nismo also surprised, with the usual performance expected from the car turned even more extreme. Renault impressed with its 275 Trophy-R, sticking to its tradition of turning out fantastic hot hatches.

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>Read: evo Track Car of the year - the cars, the stats and the winner

With such a fantastic range of vehicles on offer, choosing a winner was almost impossible. So which one to choose? You'll have to watch to find out.

We will have more on Track Car of the year over the coming days, but in the meantime, sit back, relax and enjoy.



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