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Daily Archives: July 7th, 2011

Top Gloucestershire based rally co-driver Kaz Watts is ready to put the disappointment of the Dukeries Rally behind her and the BTRDA Rally Series title challenge back on track when she returns with Darren Pinchin in the Proton Satria on the Nicky Grist Quinton Stages Rally this weekend. Read More »


Scuderia Ferrari driver, Felipe Massa, was in London’s fashionable Knightsbridge today to officially open the Prancing Horse’s latest Atelier at The Berkeley Hotel, one of London’s most prestigious 5-star luxury hotels. Managed by HR Owen Sports Cars, the Ferrari Atelier at The Berkeley showcases Ferrari’s new Corporate Identity, with a dedicated Personalisation Room which has been modelled on the Atelier at the Ferrari factory in the company’s home town of Maranello, Italy. Read More »

In 1972, an enthusiastic young stockbroker – advised by a Rolls-Royce owning friend that he hadn’t made it until he owned a Rolls-Royce – acquired a 1950 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith for the princely sum of £3,400 – his total annual bonus. But “he had made it” in every way.

Unaware of the provenance of the car, in 1989 he commissioned a thorough restoration of the car and, at the same time, looked into the history of the car through the services of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts Club. Read More »

A virtually standard Delphi diesel fuel injection system powered the class-winning Peugeot RCZ at the recent Nürburgring 24 Hours race. Competing in a field of 201 vehicles the RCZ 2.0 liter HDi diesel coupé displayed consistent speed and reliability to dominate its class. Read More »