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Landslide buries Pacific Coast Highway near Big Sur

A quarter-mile stretch of highway is said to be buried by up to 40 feet of dirt and rocks, potentially causing up to $1 billion in damage to the iconic route.   http://abcn.ws/2riORAm

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V8 Miata meets fiery demise in burnout competition

The drift car ignites as the clutch experiences a rapid unscheduled disassembly, but luckily the nonchalant fire-suppression team manages to quench the flames before they reach a cooler full of beer behind the driver's seat.   http://bit.ly/2riBpwH

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BMW M4 GT4 to debut this weekend

The track-only BMW M4 GT4 will make its public debut this weekend at the Nurburgring 24 Hours race. It won't participate in the event; instead, BMW is taking advantage of the race to put the GT4 through its paces for the first time.   

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Shelby shows wide-bodied Ford Mustang

American tuner Shelby has released its first concept in a decade. It's a wide-bodied, 750-horsepower version of the Super Snake built to explore the Ford Mustang's handling capacity. It's still a concept, but it will spawn a production model before the end of the year.   

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Mercedes, Renault develop new engines

Mercedes-Benz and industrial partner Renault-Nissan are co-developing a new family of four-cylinder engines, according to Autocar. Called M282 internally, the 1.2- and 1.4-liter units will debut under the hood of Mercedes next compacts.   

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Skip Barber Racing School files for bankruptcy

Skip Barber Racing School -- one of the best-known racing schools in the country -- has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a New York court. The company's liabilities are estimated at between $10 and $50 million.   

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Hotter Jaguar XE to take on BMW M3?

Jaguar is allegedly building a hotter, 550-horsepower version of the XE aimed right at the BMW M3 and the Mercedes-AMG C63. Powered by a supercharged V8, the model might make its debut this fall at the Frankfurt Auto Show.   

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Uber could owe NYC drivers $45 million

Uber has admitted it accidentally underpaid drivers in New York City for two and a half years by calculating its commission before taxes and fees were factored in. The company might need to pay back at least $45 million, according to Reuters, which represents about $900 per driver.   

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Workhorse wants to sell the W-15 to the public

The gasoline-electric Workhorse W-15 pickup is fleet-only for the time being. However, a post on the company's official Twitter account suggests it's building a variant of the truck for regular consumers.   

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Roger Moore dies at 89

Actor Sir Roger Moore passed away at 89 after a short battle with cancer, according to a statement published by his family. Moore is best remembered as the third actor to play James Bond.   

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