Skip navigation

Daily Archives: May 15th, 2009

A 13 year old Indonesian schoolboy, called Sean Galael, is attracting the attention of the rallying world, after winning the first two rounds of the KFC Junior Rally Sprint in Indonesia.

Sean competed in a Prodrive Impreza Group N rally car, the same specification as is used in the Production World Rally Championship. Read More »

Advertisements

After two nail biting rounds on gravel, the MSA British Rally Championship moves to asphalt for the first time on the Jim Clark International Rally, which takes place on the Friday and Saturday of the second May Bank Holiday weekend (22/23 May)
 
In an upset for triple title holder and regular Jim Clark winner Mark Higgins, 22 year-old Irishman Keith Cronin leads the BRC with two wins, both of which were taken on the very last stage of rounds one and two. Read More »

vw f3 09Volkswagen has enjoyed an extremely promising start to 2009 on race tracks across the globe, with success in a wide variety of different race formats.  From the rugged terrain of Argentina and Chile to the unforgiving ‘Green Hell’ of the Nürburgring in Germany, Volkswagen has battled the elements, and won. Read More »

In a deal signed yesterday (14 May), Auto Windscreens is now the proud sponsor of Mat Jackson, the 27-year old 2008 British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season runner up.

Mat will race alsongside fellow Auto Windscreens-sponsored driver, Jason Plato under the Racing Silverline banner in rounds 7 -9 of the HiQ MSA BTCC at Donington Park this Sunday (17 May). Both will be driving Chevrolet Lacetti’s.

Jackson has already enjoyed a race win at Thruxton three weeks ago following Plato’s victory in the Brands Hatch opening round. Read More »

– Audi driver will concentrate on sports cars as of 2010
– Impressive track record already shows 16 podium places
– Dane with unbroken ambition: “I’m going to fight for the title”

When the new season starts at Hockenheim on Sunday, Audi driver Tom Kristensen will begin his final DTM spurt: The Dane will leave the DTM after the finale in October to fully concentrate on his big passion, sports car racing. As many as eight victories just at the 24-hour race at Le Mans make him the world’s most successful racer in this motorsport discipline. Read More »

trackrod09 preview“Something for everyone” is the strap-line for the 2009 Trackrod Rally Yorkshire, which will be a round of no less than 15 championships when it runs in the Yorkshire forests on Saturday 26 September.
 
In taking the wraps off Trackrod Motor Club’s 2009 event, clerk of the course Rod Parkin revealed a range of events within the overall rally to cater for all needs and tastes, ranging from the crews contesting the final round of the MSA British Rally Championship to clubman competitors in rounds of four regional stage rally championships. Read More »