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Daily Archives: August 30th, 2011

Infiniti and Red Bull Racing delivered yet another Inspired Performance at the weekend, with a brilliant 1-2 finish in the Belgian Grand Prix. Read More »

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– McRae rally dynasty and F1 star Paul di Resta back special week-long promotion of Scottish motor sport. Read More »

Andreas Mikkelsen was the fastest driver on Leg 2 of the Barum Czech Rally Zlín, setting four fastest times over the six stages to finish a magnificent 5th in his ŠKODA UK Motorsport Fabia S2000. Co-driven by Ola Fløene, he finished just 6.1 seconds away from 4th, despite losing almost two minutes with a puncture on Leg 1, when he was fighting for the lead.

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Red Bull Racing, powered by the Renault RS27 engine, secured victory in Sunday’s Belgium Grand Prix following a thrilling race. Sebastian Vettel took the win from pole position, marking his 7th victory of the season and his 17th career win. Vettel’s team-mate Mark Webber took second position to give the RS27 its second 1-2 result of the year.

Lotus Renault GP put another RS27 into the points, with Vitaly Petrov taking ninth position overall. Bruno Senna started his first race for the team from an impressive seventh, but finished in 13th following a first lap incident that dropped him back down the field. Read More »

McLaren Automotive today announces the official launch of McLaren Special Operations, a division of the new sports car manufacturer responsible for delivery of bespoke projects for McLaren sports cars.  McLaren Special Operations celebrated its launch at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this year by presenting an example of the groundbreaking new MP4-12C, finished in a unique version of Volcano Orange, and featuring a range of bespoke carbon upgrades.    Read More »