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Daily Archives: October 10th, 2011

The sixth round of the French Rally Championship, Rally de France Alsace took place in the shade of the round WRC. Hardly put back by his victory in the Peugeot 207 S2000 in Rally of Fayence, the driver from Marseille dashed with ambitions unconcealed: “It’s the first rally of the season that I know from the past. I will push hard from the beginning to compete for the victory in R3 class. I often showed my speed but here, I absolutely want to concretize. It’s important for the future of my career”. Read More »

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Infiniti Global Brand Ambassador Sebastian Vettel underlined his reputation as a true master of Inspired Performance today, by winning the 2011 Formula One World Championship at the Japanese Grand Prix. Read More »

A magnificent performance on the RACMSA Rally of Scotland has given ŠKODA UK Motorsport Fabia S2000 driver Andreas Mikkelsen his maiden victory in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge and given ŠKODA a hat-trick of wins on the event. At 22-years and 109 days old, Andreas becomes the youngest winner of an IRC event. Read More »

Renault and Renault Sport F1 would like to offer their congratulations to partners Red Bull Racing and Sebastian Vettel following the conclusion of the drivers’ title race at the Japanese Grand Prix.

The latest title is the second consecutive drivers’ championship crown for Vettel and comes after a long, but competitive season, during which the Red Bull-Renault partnership has, so far, scored 15 pole positions and nine wins thanks to a wickedly effective and reliable chassis-engine package.   Read More »

– Jordan Tresson and RJN Motorsport win Blancpain GT4 title
– Second international title for a GT Academy winner

2010 GT Academy winner Jordan Tresson today became the second of Nissan’s graduates to win an international championship. Along with his RJN Motorsport team mates, Alex Buncombe and Chris Ward, he took the Nissan 370Z to the GT4 title in this afternoon’s season-closing Blancpain Endurance Series race at Silverstone. Read More »

Bentham’s David Wright had a disappointing end to his BTRDA rally championship last weekend when driveshaft failure forced him into retirement on the Cambrian rally.

Going into the Llandudno-based event Wright was leading his class championship and he had high hopes of taking the title but a good finish was required for him to achieve his goal. Sadly his victory chances were wrecked just three miles into the opening stage when the driveshaft broke on his Kumho Tyres, Proflex, Drenth, Grove Hill Garage and York Brewery-backed Mitsubishi Evo 9. Read More »