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Gurney beat Britain's Richard Westbrook to take the early bragging rights for GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing

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Investigators inspect the body of a victim killed by a gunman in Belgorod. A gunman shot dead five people in the western Russian city before speeding away in a car, local police said.

Six die after man opens fire in the street in Russian town of Belgorod - 'because someone had scratched his car'

Six people were killed in the Russian town of Belgorod yesterday after a gunman opened fire in a central street, reportedly in anger that someone had scratched his car.

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Lindsay Lohan playing Elizabeth Taylor

Lindsay Lohan pleads not guilty to traffic accident charges

Lindsay Lohan has pleaded not guilty to three charges related to a June traffic accident that led a judge to revoke the troubled actress' probation last month.

A3 (1921): The first Aston – originally names the Coal Scuttle – was built in 1915. After the First Wold War, three more prototypes were built and this – A3 – is the oldest ever Aston still in existence

Aston Martin celebrates 100 years

It’s as British as a cup of tea and a digestive biscuit, will forever be associated with James Bond and next week Aston Martin will be 100 year.

Suzi Perry

Suzi Perry replaces Jake Humphrey as BBC's Formula One presenter

BBC will not be showing the Monaco Grand Prix next season

The all-new XFR-S performance saloon

Jaguar unveils its all-new XFR-S performance saloon in LA

California is one of the world's largest luxury and performance car markets, so this week’s LA Auto show was the right place for Jaguar Land Rover to kick off its latest product blitz.

Strugglers HRT put up for sale

The owners of the HRT Formula One team hope to sell the Spain-based outfit to new investors in the coming weeks. HRT's current owners, the investment group Thesan Capital, revealed they are looking to relinquish control just 16 months after buying the majority stake in the team from Jose Ramon Carabante.

Man's body found in Lancashire after 2005 murder

Police have found a body in the hunt for a man whose disappearance seven years ago resulted in his girlfriend's ex-husband being jailed for murder.

Aston Martin Vanquish

Can Aston Martin's new Vanquish make our reviewer feel like 007?

Superbikes and Moto GP unite

The organisers of rival motorcycling race series MotoGP and World Superbikes have agreed to bring their interests together for the first time.

Benefit fraud Lottery winner Edward Putman jailed

A convicted rapist who won nearly £5 million on the lottery but continued to fraudulently claim benefits has been jailed for nine months.

Bieber says of his new-found wealth: 'When we'd go to restaurants, I couldn't order drinks as they were too expensive. Me and my mom would split a meal because we couldn't afford two. That really helps me today - I see the value of money'

Paparazzo may face charges in Justin Bieber car chase

Prosecutors are weighing whether to charge a paparazzo with driving recklessly on a Los Angeles freeway to photograph pop star Justin Bieber in what could be the first use of a new anti-paparazzi law, an official said on Tuesday.

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'If Mr Toad were in the market for a new car, this would be it'

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