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Countries from around the world fighting it out for a place in the final. Tired legs, expended resources, passion and heartbreak are the name of the game. Forgive us for using the rugby world cup analogy, but TopGear’s TG 24 Hours is about to crown its own winner from a field as diverse and talented as we’ve ever seen. In this second-to-last edition for 2019, we have a racetrack to ourselves for 24 hours, enough high octane petrol to run fifteen around the clock, spare rubber for skids (photographers begged us) and a twisty dirt track for a WRC car and Ford Ranger Raptor lower the surrounding air quality. We won’t say anything more to avoid spilling any secrets, but it’s an eventful story that dives into delicious details on each page. As always the magazine opens with the latest news including Ferrari’s latest Spider splendour, a look at the way Mercedes-Benz is approaching the new S-Class and our hilarious columnists speaking their minds about the latest challenges facing the motor car, and the world it is trying to change. TopGear Drives connects the Velar SVAD to Rover’s first cross-country victory against the Blue Train – although today it’s less of a challenge for the 400kW+ V8 Velar. Did they say Terrain mode or Train mode? New product from Citroen is tested as the brand returns to South Africa and we see if McLaren is ready to enter the Grand Tourer space by driving the new McLaren GT on international launch. A big thank you to our regular readers, who will have read about each of these cover cars throughout the year, but never at the same time or on the same piece of tarmac. We’re immensely proud to be the first magazine to do so. Enjoy the read

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