Welcome to a preview of what you'll find in the November 2020 issue of MOTOR Magazine.
With the team emerging from COVID lockdown in Victoria we're slowly ramping testing back up and can't wait to bring you plenty of pages of the latest performance cars being driven as intended!
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Our cover story this month regards the exciting Nissan Z Proto, with new editor Andy Enright speaking to the brains behind it.
The Mini GP and Renault Megane Trophy-R are about as hardcore as hot hatchbacks get so they're a natural fit to throw together in a front-drive arm wrestle.
Joel Stoddart has been the engineering brain behind a lot of HSV's projects for the last decade or so and now he's stepped into the big chair so we have a chat to find out what's next.
The Ferrari Roma is intended to be equal parts grand tourer and sports car so what better machine to take on an alpine road trip?
Closer to home, we strap into 560kW of supercharged Roush RS3 Mustang.
The straight-six engine is enjoying somewhat of a renaissance so it's a good time to count down the best 10 from history.
Last but not least, our long-term Ford Mustang GT escapes lockdown for greener pastures.
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