the num­ber of the This once tame Corsa VXR has been trans­formed into a bit of a monster, but you’d never guess just by look­ing at it.

Performance Vauxhall - - CORSA VXR - words Dan Furr Pho­tos Paul Watts

Aquick look around Adrian Clarke’s stealthy Corsa VXR is all that’s needed to con­vince cu­ri­ous ad­mir­ers that there’s some­thing more than meets the eye lurk­ing from within. Some might even go as far as to say that this Sap­phire Black beauty looks like the prover­bial wolf in sheep’s cloth­ing, but fur­ther in­spec­tion re­veals that this is a car that has been sent by the devil him­self to deliver fast-paced fear and tar­ma­cbased ter­ror into the hearts and minds of road users every­where.

Okay, so that might sound a lit­tle dra­matic, but the fact that Adrian’s pride and joy boasts a chas­sis num­ber that ends in the in­fa­mous ‘666’ seems like less of a co­in­ci­dence and more of a state­ment of in­tent once its re­cent con­quests have been an­nounced.

“I’ve lost track of the num­ber of brand-new M-badged Beam­ers and AMG-fet­tled Mercedes’ that have dis­ap­peared from view in my

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