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It’s Awards Season in MOTOR Magazine’s Annual 2019 edition

By Daniel Wong, 12 Dec 2019 News

MOTOR Magazine Annual 2019 issue preview feature

We roll out the honours for the good, the bad, and the ugly for 2019

What a year 2019 has been! To cap it off we have gone through the newsmakers of the past 12 months to pick out the highlights in MOTOR Magazine’s Fast Car Awards that headlines the Annual 2019 edition.

That’s not all. The Annual 2019 edition is loaded with titanic comparison tests, the first Australian drives of some of the most exciting track-bred road cars, and special features.

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2019 MOTOR Awards

We honour the best, the wildest, and the wobbliest performance cars of 2019.

SUPERSONIC: Ferrari 812 Superfast v Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

Gloves come off for a super-welterweight battle between the best GTs from Italy and the UK.

MOTOR comparison: 812 Superfast v Aventador SVJ

DYNASTY OF SPEED: Porsche 996 911 GT3 v 991.2 GT3 RS

The ultimate 911 as measured through the prism of bookend models separated by two decades.

MOTOR feature: Porsche celebrates 20 years of the 911 GT3

HARDCORE: Renault Megane RS Trophy-R review

Underappreciated French hatch turns up the track credibility – and price.

NEXT LEVEL: 2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO review

We test the mettle of Nissan’s rebooted big daddy on fast Aussie roads.

RACER-IN-CHIEF: An interview with McLaren’s CEO

Mike Flewitt talks company growth, targeting Ferrari, and if an SUV is in the cards…

A STAR REBORN: The Italian Job Lamborghini Miura driven

The original car, with the same driver, hits the Alps roads for the first time since the iconic movie.

Legend Series: Miura SV

TECH TALK: Explaining F1’s 2021 regulations

The lowdown on how Grand Prix racing will change under the new regulations

FIRST DRIVES & GARAGE: Alpine gives the A110 more hot sauce, should the Cayman be worried? Does Walkinshaw’s $9990 Power Pack elevate the Camaro’s performance enough? Can the revised NSX revive its fortunes? And Scott gets his Abarth long-termer into a shouting match with a Lambo.

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