Nissan 300ZX Z32

There were so many great cars to come out of Japan in the late 1980’s and 1990’s.  There was the Honda NSX, Mazda RX-7, Subaru WRX, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and Toyota Supra.  A car that stood out for me was the Nissan 300ZX Z32.  Admittedly, the naturally aspirated version didn’t have the outright performance of these other Japanese greats but I loved the futuristic styling and the front engine, rear wheel drive layout.

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Mercedes-AMG A35

Significant features

– Features a new 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo engine with outputs of 225 kW and 400Nm.

– The 0-100 km/h dash is achieved in 4.7 seconds.

– Engine features CAMTRONIC variable valve control, intelligent thermal management for engine and oil, high-precision piezo injectors and multi-spark ignition.

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Aussie Driver Search 2018 – Phillip Island Circuit

The Aussie Driver Search has grown significantly since its inception in 2016 and gives anyone an opportunity at motorsport.  This year’s Aussie Driver Search features a lot more events with a greater number of prizes on offer for the winners.  I was fortunate enough to be invited along to the Rookie Competition this year to compete at Sandown Raceway however noise restrictions meant a change of location to the iconic Phillip Island Circuit.

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Hyundai i30N Review

Australian’s really are spoilt at the moment if they’re in the market for a hot hatch.  There’s Honda’s rapid Civic Type R, Volkswagen’s evergreen Golf GTI and Ford’s wonderful Focus RS to name a few.  Hyundai have recently entered the hot hatch game with the i30N, a car that’s been developed under the guidance of former BMW M boss Albert Biermann.

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Toyota 86 GTS Review

When the Toyota 86 was introduced back in 2012, motoring enthusiasts welcomed the return of an exciting two door rear wheel drive sportscar from the Japanese manufacturer.  The 86 was built as a spiritual successor to the Corolla AE86; with the aim of the 86 to bring back memories of the light, nimble and modestly powered Corolla.  The current Toyota 86 is certainly a car that’s been built for motoring enthusiasts with the intention of bringing fun back to driving.

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