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Two cyclists who were killed in an alleged hit-and-run incident near Bristol have been named as a married couple.

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Blatant prejudice that colours our view of drivers

PEOPLE WHO drive red or black cars are seen as more aggressive drivers and are more likely to be blamed for accidents than those who drive beige or green vehicles, new research has revealed.

Motoring: Is the case for petrol running out of gas?

The latest diesels from Peugeot and Citroen are setting new standards: petrol engines are running on borrowed time.

Books: Waltzing to a Viennese air - A J Ayer: a life by Ben Rogers Chatto & Windus, pounds 20, 407pp

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RALLYING: Beaten Auriol attacks rules

PHILIPPE BUGALSKI, of France, drove his two-wheel drive Citroen to a remarkable victory over the powerful four-wheel drive machinery of his major rivals in the Catalunya Rally in Lloret de Mar yesterday.

Rallying: Citroen's innovation leaves rivals trailing

FRANCE'S PHILIPPE Bugalski, driving a Citroen, leads the Rally of Catalunya with just five special stages between him and a record victory today.

RALLYING: McRae's pain in Spain

COLIN McRAE was on the brink of retiring from the Catalunya Rally yesterday after seeing his chances of completing a hat-trick of victories end in Spain.

Motoring: Small thinks big

The Ford Focus is a little estate with room to spare.

The sunday poem: No 8 Elaine Feinstein

Every week Ruth Padel discusses a contemporary poet through an example of their work.

Motoring: The diesel Holy Grail

The alternative to petrol is no longer slow and smelly

My Worst Car: Andy McNab's Renault 5

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Hollywood: To live and style in LA

She wanted to murder Claudia Schiffer, Faye Dunaway was a diva, but George Michael, as always, was a sweetie. Andrew Gumbel talks to outspoken stylist to the stars, Kim Bowen. Photographs by Robert Yager

Motoring: It's the funky Pope mobile

This week, our readers road-test the new Citroen Berlingo Multispace. Will it prove infallible?

Motoring: For lovers of luggers

John Simister tests the efficiency, handling, style and ride of Citroen's new Xsara Estate

Motoring: Citroen goes for a round with Golf

Citroen found itself a new market with the ZX, now with the Xsara it's competing with the Volkswagen, says John Fordham
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