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Daily Archives: March 4th, 2009

After further successful meetings with Suzuki GB, the MSA British Rally Championship can now reveal its support structure for the 2009 Swift Sport Cup.
The 2009 Champion will take a prize drive on the final round of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, the Rally of Scotland, at the end of November.
In addition there will be on event prize money offering cash awards for the top seven cars on each event with the top placed driver taking £500, £300 for second, £200 for third and £100 for the remainder of finishers down to seventh place. Read More »


Subaru’s iconic Impreza has cemented its reputation for reliability in the most testing of environments – thundering around Castle Combe circuit, as part of the Wiltshire track’s award-winning Racing School – for the past seven years, fault-free.subaru-castle-combe Read More »

Former British Rally Champion David Higgins has announced plans to contest the Dunlop/Gambia MSA British Historic Rally Championship in a Ford Escort, starting with the Bulldog Historic Rally on 28 March.
Higgins plans to contest six of the season’s eight events, but will miss the Severn Valley Stages in May and the Tour of Flanders in September due to clashes with his programme in China with a Group N Mitsubishi. Read More »

avon-f2Avon Tyres has been unveiled as the official tyre supplier for the FIA Formula Two Championship, which re-launches in 2009 after a 25-year absence from motorsport.

The championship, which will feature 24 identical cars designed by the Williams F1 team, has been created as the ultimate feeder category for Formula One, while still being affordable for aspiring young drivers. Sixteen races will take place at eight circuits across Europe, from Valencia and Barcelona in Spain to Donington Park and Brands Hatch in the UK. Read More »

comma-f2-09aOil and car care company, Comma, will be providing vital technical support when the FIA Formula 2 Championship returns to the European motorsport calendar this year, after an absence of 25 years.

Formula Two, once a feeder series to Formula 1 and the domain of F1 stars like Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt, Jonathan Palmer and Jacky Ickx, was replaced in 1985 by Formula 3000. The new-for-2009 championship will provide a new stepping stone for aspiring F1 drivers. Read More »