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This Week in Motoring: June 8, 2015

The Ferrari Dino is going to be resurrected, TVR hires a McLaren F1 designer and contracts Cosworth engines, Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes dominate the Canadian GP and more.



Hamilton Takes Home Yet Another Win
Mercedes-AMG dominated yet another Formula 1 weekend with Hamilton leading Rosberg home for a 1-2 finish in Canada. The drive of the day, though, has to go to Vettel, who ran into engine troubles in qualifying, starting the race from 18th but scything his way through the field to take 5th place. formula1.com

Scott Speed Wins Third Consecutive X-Games Gold
Scott Speed took home the gold after a crash-heavy X-Games Global Rallycross final. Having successfully defended his title for the past three years, Speed is now the first and only driver to win three gold medals in GRC. nbcsports.com

2016 Yamaha Grizzly
Yamaha just announced the 2016 Grizzly EPS ATV 4×4. From top to bottom it’s all new and built to pound the trails. Your remote campsite just got a little more accessible. marketwired.com

Ferrari is Resurrecting the Dino
The Dino is making a comeback. It was all but confirmed by Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne, who said it’s “not a question of if, but when.” Hints at a 500 horsepower turbo V6 were strong, but so were suspicions that it wouldn’t be cheap, matching the California T at around $200,000. This also comes on the heels of a recent surge in interest in original and classic Dinos. autocar.co.uk

TVR to Get Gordon Murray’s Designs and Cosworth V8s
With a shaky recent past, TVR has just announced some positive news, promising a stable resurgence. Gordon Murray, designer of the McLaren F1 road car, and Cosworth engines have made public their partnership with TVR. If there ever was a British automotive supergroup, this is it. jalopnik.com

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Is Back
Jerry Seinfeld’s supremely funny web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns for a sixth season, premiering with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. crackle.com

The World’s Most Valuable Car Collection Goes to Auction
This auction includes a Lamborghini Reventon, the first-ever production Bugatti Veyron and Pope John Paul II’s Ferrari Enzo, just to name a few. Read this story
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