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Expensive tastes

A professional car crime gang, which succeeded in stealing a Lamborghini Countach from a company specialising in storing exclusive cars, has been smashed by police. The 25th anniversary model Lamborghini was stolen from Store A Car in north Crawley last month.

Golf: Torrance falters

SAM TORRANCE, the Graham Gooch of golf, is still using the long handle to good effect and is on course here to kick- start his Ryder Cup career. Not everyone, at such an early stage, wants to talk about the biennial showstopper between Europe and the United States, but Torrance is not among them. He has played - not all that successfully it has to be said - in the last seven Cup matches and is determined to make it eight.

Germany goes crazy for pounds 15m jackpot

TRAFFIC jams at the border, non- stop queues in the newsagents and front-page headlines. The drama has seized the whole country. Germany is in the grip of lottery fever, and tonight it may go collectively delirious.

TELEVISION / Oranges have never been the only fruit

IN SOME distant century the journals of Camille Paglia will fall into the hands of a brilliant decoder. Hitherto known as a fin- de-millennium in-yer-face lesbian syntax- mangler, with a little meticulous unscrambling Paglia will be revealed unclothed: 'Stayed in again and watched a new programme last night. It was about a 19th-century woman from Halifax called Anne Lister, who wrote a secret diary about her love for women. Disgusting] Surely such practices are just make-believe? Must get Mr P to write a letter of complaint to the people who put out this offensive tripe.'

Equestrianism: Whitaker and Skelton slip: British challenge fades

BOTH Michael Whitaker and Nick Skelton had looked on course for a British victory in yesterday's contest for the Premio Grand Soleil on the second day of the Rome Horse Show until both their horses hit the sixth of 11 fences. Whitaker went on to achieve by far the fastest time, on Everest My Mesieur, whereas Skelton dropped down a gear with Limited Edition whom he had ridden to victory here late on Saturday.

BEST-SELLERS / Top 10 most expensive cars to insure

----------------------------------------------------------------- Top 10 most expensive cars to insure ----------------------------------------------------------------- 1 . . . Aston Martin Virage 2 . . . Bentley Continental 'R' 3 . . . Bugatti 4 . . . Ferrari F-40 5 . . . Jaguar XJ220 6. . . .Lamborghini Diabolo 7 . . . McLaren F1 8. . . .Mercedes S600 Coupe 9 . . . Porsche 959 10 . . . Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible ----------------------------------------------------------------- Chart supplied by the AA -----------------------------------------------------------------

Motoring: Me & my motor: The naughty boy racer at 68: Judge Pickles is car-crazy - and a Chevrolet Corvette is his latest love. In the first of a new series, Matthew Gwyther goes for a ride

JUDGE JAMES PICKLES is being a naughty boy again, this time in his car. We are strapped into the judge's 5.7-litre Chevrolet Corvette and storming down a dual carriageway outside his home town of Halifax at 92mph. 'Just look at that,' says His Honour, pointing at the dashboard. 'Ninety-two and only 2,300 rpm. It's not turning over fast at all.' We are passed by a Porsche 911 Turbo and Pickles's nostrils flare, although he declines to take up the gauntlet and put his foot down in pursuit. 'Don't like Porsches,' he snorts. 'Got the engine at the wrong end.'

Obituary: Ferruccio Lamborghini

Ferruccio Lamborghini, car maker, born near Ferrara 28 April 1916, died Perugia 20 February 1993.

Lamborghini dies

Perugia (AP) - Ferruccio Lamborghini, founder of the luxury car company bearing his name, has died aged 76 after suffering a heart attack earlier this month. He began his career making tractors out of German tanks left behind at the end of the Second World War. By the late 1960s Lamborghini had an industrial empire producing heaters, tractors, car parts and 'super cars'.

THEATRE / Not like that, like this: If you want to be 'authentick', then, whatever happens, you must not rehearse before walking on stage. Georgina Brown meets the players doing it Shakespeare's way

A month ago, six actors met and cast Twelfe Night (sic), the first-folio version of Shakespeare's comedy. Tomorrow night, that company, many of them strangers to one another, will dress up in heavy Elizabethan costumes and perform together for the first time. Each actor has had four weeks to learn a 'cue script' - that is, a three-word cue plus their own part in isolation from the rest of the play, which they have promised not to read. But, with the exception of the fights and the dance, they have never rehearsed the play before. The prompter has rarely felt so wanted. It's hard to know who is crazier: the audience who will pay pounds 5, or the performers who confess to a state of mild terror. But What You Will Theatre Company claims that there is method in their madness. This, they insist, is 'authentic' Shakespeare.

Recession forces more people to forsake pawned heirlooms

AS THE recession drags on, an increasing number of people are finding it impossible to redeem pledges at the pawnbroker's. Favourite pieces of jewellery and family heirlooms that people hoped to wear at Christmas are being lost to pay off debt.

Motor Racing: Mansell pulls the strings

FRIDAY and yesterday at Suzuka gave us Nigel Mansell in extremis. On the track, be it wet or dry, he and the Williams-Renault were unstoppable. And in the press room, sadly, he was unstoppable, too.

Motor Racing: Williams steps up efforts to re-sign Mansell

NIGEL MANSELL provided ample evidence here yesterday of his intention to turn the final chapters of his Formula One career into a lap of honour. There are, however, moves afoot to disrupt his plans and keep him at Williams- Renault next season.

Motor Racing: Mansell waves the chequered flag: Britain's world champion retires from Formula One as disagreements with Williams prove too emotive to overcome

NIGEL MANSELL brought down the curtain on his Formula One career here yesterday and this time, he is adamant, there will be no encores.
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