Road & Track - 2010 Magazines

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Road Tests - Ferrari California (We travel to Italy to test this new Ferrari named after The Golden State); Road Test Update * BMW X6 M * Mazdaspeed3 * Audi R8 FS1 5.2 V10 Quattro * Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport (This months updates. Proof that diversity is the name of the game in 2010) Features - Ferrari 458 Italia (Do you think Ferrari would put the Italia name on just any old car? Think again); Audi R8 Odyssey, Part 1 (A long-term test of the trans-America variety, with visits to membership racetracks); Maximum Velocity (Euro tuners take to the circle-shaped Nardo test track in Italy for a top-speed contest); Long-Term Test (In which we welcome the Hyundai Genesis and update you on the Jetti TDi and 370Z) Competition - Daytona And Beyond (The 2010 Grand-Am season will be hard fought. Especially in the Rolex series); Blame Montoya (Why are F1 drivers Trulli and Salo testing NASCAR stockers? Just Juan reason) Technical - BMW Tech Talk (The engineers in Munich are hard at work on a variety of fascinating issues) First Drives - Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG (Like the original Gullwing, the SLS mixes in some GT with its sports car heart); Porsche 911 Turbo (Stuttgart's flagship now has direct injection and PDK with actual paddles); BMW X6 Hybrid (Lots of high technology in here...but this X6 still doesn't get especially good mpg) Columns - The Road Ahead (Research As A Way Of Life: At Honda Motor Company, that's just the way it is...); Ampersand (The Viper Lives: And a 2010 ACR sets a new track record at Laguna Seca); Side Glances (Signs That You Might Be A Car Guy: With full apologies to comedian Jeff Foxworthy); Tech Tidbits ('Minivans Smell Of Diapers:' Bears at our national parks have discerning noses (and eyes)); Trackside (Trofeo Abarth 500: A Silverstone sampling of this one-make series featuring the tiny Fiat 500); The Podium (It's All About Racing: From slot cars to NASCAR, Chip proves he's an owner extraordinare); Speed Zone (Wearables For The Well-Dressed Car Guy: Driving shoes, Serengetis, belt buckles, all you need); Countersteer (The Aftermarket And The Economy: A lively SEMA show fuels our optimism) Departments - Focal Point; Revved-Up; Your Turn; Tech Correspondence; Road Test Summary; The Finish Line; PS

Road Tests - Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 vs. Nissan GT-R vs. Porsche 911 Turbo (Before the GT-R ruled the road. Will the ZR1 and 911 have something to crow about?); Road Test Update: * Kia Forte Koup SX * Mercedes Benz E63 AMG (A Korean that's stylish if somewhat overeager, and the latest Blitzen-Benz from AMG) Test Drives - Audi R8 Spyder (Get your kicks above the waistline, sunshine, in Ingolstadt's cloth-roofed R8 V-10); Jaguar XJ (A look at Jaguar's brave new face - not to mention its chassis and 510-bhp V-8) Features - Small Wonders (Small things come in good packages: Mazda Demio, Suzuki Swift and Toyota IQ); Long-Term Test (Ahoy, Acura TL SH-AWD, plus updates on the rest of our long-term fleet) Competition - Electric Boogaloo - Tesla vs. Lotus (A battle of electron orbits and benzene rings around a 30-second autocross course); Formula I, Then & Now (Celebrating 60 years of Grand Prix via the lenses of Bernard and Pauyl-Henri Cahier); Where's Tony George? (A tale involving squabbles, machinations and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway) Technical - Ignition Systems: Lighting The Fire (Through flame, spark or combustion-chamber temperature, you've gotta light it) Columns - The Road Ahead (Lessons From US F1: In GP racing, the deck certainly seems to be stacked against a U.S. team); Ampersand (HPA Scirocco FT565: A twin-turbo VeeDub that'll hang with a Corvette ZR1; plus the Focus RS500); Side Glances (A Car We'd Most Like To Drive Home: Give me a Jag XK120C, an open road and a whole lotta speed); Trackside (Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge: Where the race cars resemble their street siblings); The Podium (Jack Of All Trades: The versatile chameleon on finding the sweet spot in a variety of race cars); Tech Tidbits (Are You Smarter Than Pond Slime?: Plotting rail routes via single-celled organisms? Cool); Speed Zone (Ultimate Garage: A tool cabinet possibly larger than your bathroom, plus other essentials); Countersteer (Touched By The Tramontana: It's wickedly fast. But if looks could kill, we're all dead men) Departments - Focal Point; Revved-Up; Your Turn; Road Test Summary; The Finish Line; Tech Correspondence; PS