Sport NASCAR team owner Gene Haas could launch a bid for a place on the F1 grid

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Slump – what slump? Rolls sales rocket as super-rich drive in style

A record number of Rolls-Royces was sold worldwide last year, the latest indicator that the super-rich remain insulated from global economic strife.

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Sales of luxury Bentleys soar, even in Britain

Bentley's sales leapt last year, driven by strong demand from the US and China for the latest Continental model.

Sales of luxury Bentleys soar, even in Britain

Bentley's sales leapt last year, driven by strong demand from the US and China for the latest Continental model.

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Bentley reports soaring sales

Luxury car company Bentley today reported soaring sales for 2011, with a big increase in purchases in China.

AA braced for breakdown barrage

Roadside rescue companies are expecting more than 40,000 call-outs to non-starting vehicles tomorrow morning as the nation tries to get back to work.

Blood and soil: Belinda Bauer

Finders Keepers, By Belinda Bauer

Belinda Bauer's third book represents a remarkable achievement: almost a return to the good old Victorian triple-decker novel of suspense, but created with a deftness that allows each book to stand alone. Throughout Blacklands and Darkside, her previous novels, ran the stories of characters in an Exmoor village, notably two people whose lives became intertwined: the young boy, Steven, and the village policeman, Jonas Holly. Steven lured a serial child-killer out of jail and into a trap, but encountered Holly and his wife, Lucy, who died in circumstances which have haunted Steven since.

Five in hospital after motorway crash

A woman and four children were taken to hospital after a motorway crash.

Out of the office and not taking emails: victory for VW workers

German management agrees to stop sending messages to employees out of office hours

Always quiet, almost intimidatingly focused, but he never really changed, he was like this as an 18-year-old

David Flatman: Now gather round, kids. I once played rugby with Jonny Wilkinson

From the Front Row: The highest standards and almost paralysing self-criticism hide the truth about the man behind the legend

Dan Wheldon was killed by a head injury after colliding with a post

Wheldon's death due to 'perfect storm' of factors

IndyCar officials yesterday determined British driver Dan Wheldon was killed by blunt force head trauma after colliding with a fence post that lined the Las Vegas Motor Speedway track.

Jaguar XF: The new version carries a much smaller 2.2-litre, single-turbo, four cylinder diesel

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Demand fires Imagination

Imagination Technology shares yesterday surged 12 per cent as demand grows for its graphic and video software on smartphones and tablets, but sales of its Pure digital radios slipped.

The BMW 320d's fit and finish are impeccable

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