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Chris Harris whittles down thirteen of the finest performance cars of the year into the final seven contenders, to then take on a road trip to Scotland. Which ones would you have chosen? Subscribe to Top Gear for more videos: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToTopGear

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Speed Week 2017 is here. Top Gear’s performance car of the year contest takes place in Scotland, at the roller-coaster Knockhill circuit and on utterly stunning highland roads.

And what a line-up 2017 boasts. The headline acts are the Ford GT, Lamborghini Huracán Performante and McLaren 720S. But that would be forgetting to mention a new Porsche 911 GT3, or its burliest rival yet, the Mercedes-AMG GT R. Then there’s the Volkswagen Up GTI, the most attainable GTI in a very long time. The Honda Civic Type R, quite possibly the most talented front-wheel-drive car ever. The first all-weather Mercedes E63. The hardcore BMW M4 CS. The slashily styled Lexus LC500. One of the most powerful roadsters on sale, the 602bhp Audi R8 Plus Spyder.

You can follow Speed Week 2017 on TopGear.com, with a new track test, gallery or video every day between now and November 1st.

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