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Oakley Design’s Tuned Bugatti Veyron Hits 257.9 MPH, Aiming for More

The velocity world might have all eyes on the Bugatti Chiron these days, but the Veyron is still under the spotlights thanks to British tuner Oakley Design’s take on the now-retired hypercar.

Back in February, we showed you their one-off Veyron, with the most important tech change being an ECU remap that, along with a few other small mods, allows the W16 at the middle of this early-model Veyron to go from 1,001 to 1,200 PS, while the torque jumped from 1,250 Nm (922 lb-ft) to 1,500 Nm (1,106 lb-ft)

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David Coulthard fined for speeding in Gumball 3000 rally

DAVID Coulthard has reportedly been hit with a fine for speeding in France – while taking part in the Gumball 3000 rally.

According to local reports, the former F1 driver was clocked at 178kmh (around 110mph) on a motorway in the Alsace region, and narrowly avoided having his licence confiscated.

See Gumball 3000 Rev Through London’s Regent Street

While we’ve already written about the infamous super-car culture in London, the Gumball 3000 brings it to a whole new level. The week-long race over five countries recently passed through London’s Regent Street for what turned out to be quite the ordeal. Thousands of motor enthusiasts lined the street to admire and cheer for the 2016 Gumball 3000 racers.

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I Was Arrested, Then Kidnapped During The Gumball 3000

When things go wrong during the Gumball 3000, they go really, really wrong.

Team Galag Lamborghini Batmobile

Batmobile Rolls Through Europe – With Some Nice 3D Printed Touches

A quick look through Google will present you with plenty of opinions on the best cars at this year’s rally, but one car stands out in particular. Because it’s the Batmobile. It’s not being driven by Bruce Wayne, but by a couple of Saudi Arabian princes who have been participating in Gumball 3000 for a few years as Team Galag.