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Daily Archives: January 15th, 2010

All eight rounds of the Dunlop/Wonago.com MSA British Historic Rally Championship will be televised in 2010, with dedicated hour-long programmes on Motors TV following each round.

With the support of ‘My Life Story’, this year’s BHRC will benefit from unrivalled TV coverage as well as DVDs of each round, an end of season compilation DVD and brief post-event web reports. In 2009, only the five one-day gravel rallies were broadcast, but this year fans of historic rallying will also be able to see all the asphalt action from the Isle of Man, Ulster and Flanders. Read More »

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The Racing Steps Foundation (RSF) – a unique organisation that helps talented young British racing drivers realise their dreams – has committed substantial support for the Motor Sports Association’s (MSA) newly unveiled Academy programme for young British competition drivers.

The MSA established the Academy framework to guide drivers from as young as eight years old through to World Championship level. The Academy provides a career path that not only develops a driver’s performance, but also looks to safeguard their educational progression alongside their on-track activity through initiatives such as the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence. Read More »

In spite of the recession, real success has been achieved by motorsport industry’s finest during the tough times of the past year. The Motorsport Industry Association’s (MIA) coveted Business Excellence Awards were presented last night (Thursday, January 14) to the very best motorsport companies during its prestigious annual Awards Dinner at the NEC, Birmingham. Read More »