My Porsche does… 15mph

A RARE Porsche TRACTOR with a top speed of just 15mph is tipped to fetch more than £18,000 at auction.

Rare | Porsche's slowest ever vehicle. (Image | The Sun)
Rare | Porsche’s slowest ever vehicle. (Image | The Sun)

The two-ton 1958 Diesel Super 308 Traktor has 38 horsepower, against 553 for the firm’s fastest car, the Porsche 911 Turbo S.

It also takes a minute to reach its top speed despite having a three-cylinder, air-cooled 2,625cc engine.

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So… Abu lived in a dump like this?

Taxpayers fork out for Qatada clean-up bill

HATE preacher Abu Qatada is STILL costing taxpayers’ cash — the rent on his now-empty home.

Clean up | It is expected to cost £6,000 to restore Abu Qatada's former home. (Image | The Sun)
Clean up | It is expected to cost £6,000 to restore Abu Qatada’s former home. (Image | The Sun)

The Home Office is forking out £1,400 every month on the house despite the radical cleric’s family abandoning it after he was deported last month.

The three-bedroom detached pad has been left in a terrible state — which taxpayers will foot the bill to clean up — and will not be back on the market for FOUR months.

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Tragic stab lad got 8 A grades

A PUPIL knifed to death by a masked gang got eight GCSE A grades, his school revealed yesterday.

Supercar | Ajmol in prom ride. (Image | The Sun)
Supercar | Ajmol in prom ride. (Image | The Sun)

The outstanding marks for Oxbridge-tipped Ajmol Alom, 16, were revealed two weeks after he was ambushed by blade-wielding thugs.

He was awarded As in Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, English Literature, Geography, Religious Studies and Citizenship.

Ajmol — who was considering a career in medicine — also picked up B grades in English Language, Humanities and Physical Education.

Chris Dunne, head of Langdon Park School, East London, called him one of Britain’s “brightest prospects”. He said: “I will remember two things the most — how hardworking he was as a student, and how very decent he was as a person.

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Kelly’s Rabbit forming

IT looks like Kelly Brook is burrowing style tips from Jessica Rabbit in a music video by boy band Lawson.

Woman in red | Kelly Brook. (Image | Handbag)
Woman in red | Kelly Brook. (Image | Handbag)

The model, 33, who split from love rat Danny Cipriani, 25, this month, shows off her figure in a pink dress like the cartoon character’s.

Frontman Andy Brown, 25, said of Kelly, who plays the song’s title character Juliet: “She’s definitely my type”.

But he was probably hutching at straws when he spoke at V Festival’s Virgin Media Louder Lounge.

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Young talents are Rs future

QPR FanZoner Chris King praises Saturday’s matchwinner Tom Hitchcock and says the club’s youngsters may hold the key to their promotion hopes.


Father and son | Queens Park Rangers goalkeeping coach Kevin Hitchcock congratulates son Tom after he scores the winner against Ipswich Town. (Image | Daily Mail)
Father and son | Queens Park Rangers goalkeeping coach Kevin Hitchcock congratulates son Tom after he scores the winner against Ipswich Town. (Image | Daily Mail)

When debutant Hitchcock, almost unknown by the Queens Park Rangers supporters praying for a late winner, came on with seven minutes remaining the crowd was not expecting a miracle.

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Solid start and high hopes for QPR

QPR FanZoner Chris King gives his verdict on the club’s start to the season and looks ahead to what the rest of the campaign holds in store.


Back among the goals | Striker Andy Johnson puts Queens Park Rangers in front against Sheffield Wednesday. (Image | talkSPORT)
Back among the goals | Striker Andy Johnson puts Queens Park Rangers in front against Sheffield Wednesday. (Image | TalkSPORT)

Queens Park Rangers are in genuine danger of looking like a real football team again after taking four points from their opening two Championship matches, and picking up a rare victory in the League Cup.

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When will Rangers learn?

Over the past few weeks, Queen’s Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has been offering a one-man commentary on the deliberations, desires, thoughts and ambitions of Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Scott Parker.

Snubbed | Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Scott Parker chose Fulham over Queens Park Rangers. (Image | The Telegraph)
Snubbed | Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Scott Parker chose to sign for Premier League side Fulham over Queens Park Rangers. (Image | The Telegraph)

Four days ago, the former Tottenham Hotspur boss announced that a “good offer” had been agreed with his former club for the England international, who just had to “make his mind up now if he wants to come here”.

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Lad, 11, stars in Beano comic strip

A SCHOOLBOY’S dream has come true after he lined up alongside Dennis the Menace in The Beano.

Delighted | Harry Wilson, 11, stars in The Beano. (Image | This Is Bristol)
Delighted | Harry Wilson, 11, stars in The Beano. (Image | This Is Bristol)

Delighted Harry Wilson, 11, appears alongside the troublemaker for a cycling adventure in the comic’s latest edition.

The lad was given the opportunity as a National Trust Kids’ Council member and cycling ambassador.

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800mph trips on hyperloop

A BILLIONAIRE inventor yesterday unveiled his plan for near-supersonic travel in a tube from Los Angeles to San Francisco.

Design | How "hyperloop" might look. (Image | Financial Post)
Design | How “hyperloop” might look. (Image | Financial Post)

PayPal founder Elon Musk revealed the ambitious scheme for the 760mph train — powered by magnets and fans — which would cost around £4billion.

Elon, who developed the Tesla electric car, claimed passengers could make the 380-mile trip in capsules in just 30 MINUTES.

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