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The longest-lived engine of all

Former Bentley engineering boss Dr Ulrich Eichhorn recalls the rise, fall, rebirth and final retirement of the Rolls-Bentley V8, and how he turned it up to 11

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The Continental GT and me

Twenty years ago the Continental GT transformed both Bentley and its market. Dr Ulrich Eichhorn remembers how a modern British icon was created

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Motorsport

Le Mans, by Bentley

Racing a works Bentley at the Le Mans Classic was an offer not to be refused. But it didn’t stop Andrew Frankel wondering if he’d bitten off more than he could chew

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Going solo

Only one man is known to have driven Le Mans solo. Andrew Frankel tells his story and drives the car in which he did it

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Time, place and a Bentley Continental GT Speed

Sometimes particular conditions are required for a car to reveal its true self. Andrew Frankel reports from somewhere in the woods of north Georgia

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The end of the road

Bentley is killing its W12 engine, but we won’t miss it much. The V8 has always been the one to have, argues Dan Prosser

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Driven

Bentley Bentayga EWB

Bentley reckons its new long wheelbase SUV is the most broadly defined car of its kind. But does that make it the best? Andrew Frankel finds out

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Bentley Continental GT V8

It was a ridiculous road at which to point such a car. Fifty miles long, narrow, twisting, with complex radii, treacherous cambers and ever-changing surfaces, me and...

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