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Daily Archives: September 19th, 2011

Munich is once again celebrating its annual Oktoberfest. Various stars representing a diverse range of sports on Monday visited the BMW Group’s “Wies’n-Sport-Stammtisch” at the world’s largest and best-known public festival. Stars from the motorsport, yachting and winter sports disciplines joined invited media guests to review the current sporting year, and preview the upcoming 2011/12 winter sports season. Read More »

During the 30th edition of the Hellendoorn Rally, Van Merksteijn Motorsport delivered a double stroke by finishing with both cars on the podium. Peter van Merksteijn jr. took victory in the event with the Citroën C4 WRC and Bas van Kamperdijk finished surprisingly second in group N with the Mitsubishi Evo IX. Read More »

The YouTube edit of the fifth round of the Dunlop/WONAGO.com MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Toods Leap Ulster Historic Rally, is now on-line at:

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With perfect young night driving vision, Andreas Mikkelsen adores rallying in the dark – so even without much experience of the Sanremo Rally (22-24 September), the 22-year old ŠKODA UK Motorsport Fabia S2000 driver is aiming for a good result on the event, thanks, in part, to a planned attack over the long 27.34 mile (44km) Ronde stage which takes place at night. Read More »

The challenge of making the jump up to a modern GpN Mitsubishi Lancer wasn’t enough for James Grint at the beginning of the year. He’s since taken on two of the most testing asphalt rallies in the UK, the Manx National and Jim Clark Memorial Rally, along with a full assault on the gravel based BTRDA Rally Series. Read More »