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    Review: 2013 MINI John Cooper Works GP [w/video]

    Location Is Everything Back in February, Mini invited me to come try out its brand-new Paceman coupe-crossover-hatchback thing in Puerto Rico, and not long after, we spit out a Quick Spin detailing our impressions of the little-big two-door. But here's what we didn't tell you: Mini also let us ...

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    Featured: 2013 MINI John Cooper Works GP unleashed at Toronto Auto Show

    The 2013 Mini John Cooper Works GP is a limited production hatchback that promises many smiles from within. Trust us, it even promises smiles as you approach its tidy exterior; bestowed with a front and rear wing it simply screams: "drive me." The new Mini JCW GP is the fastest Mini ever built. ...

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    Video: Mini shows Cooper Works GP goes for a smoke, cheats the wind

    Mini wants you to know all about its latest, limited-to-2,000 John Cooper Works GP edition. After a stint at the 'Ring to set a time of 8:23, the two-seat-only Cooper has parked itself in the wind tunnel to demonstrate its various wind-cheating features like the engine shield and rear wing. The ...

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    Video: Watch Mini JCW GP's official Nürburgring run

    Let's just go ahead and say it: a sports car is not really, truly a sports car until it has set a time on the Nürburgring. Until then, it's just seats on wheels. The Mini John Cooper Works GP edition has, however, earned its car stripes: just 2,000 of the fancy Minis are headed for ...

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    Spy Shots: Mini Cooper S John Cooper Works GP spotted testing

    It looks as if the rumours swirling around the supposed resurrection of the limited-edition Mini Cooper John Cooper Works GP have some substance. Our spy photographers caught this creation out and about for a little testing just a short hop away from the Nürburgring recently. From the looks ...

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    Report: Mini working up new John Cooper Works GP edition

    The Mini faithful fondly remember the John Cooper Works GP (pictured above). Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006, the GP edition was the fastest version of the first-gen Mini hatchback. It packed 218 horsepower, 180 pound-feet of torque, a beefier suspension and – thanks to the ...