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Daily Archives: October 27th, 2011

Former Pirelli Star Drive finalist Raaji Singh Bharij has acquired a new rally car in order to challenge for the Kenyan National Rally Championship title in 2012 and is eagerly looking forward to using the vehicle, a Mitsubishi Evo 9, in anger next year.

Bharij recently sold his Subaru Impreza N10, a car with which he completed the 2011 KNRC Safari Rally in fifth position, and has since been a frustrated spectator. Read More »

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Specialist energy, climate change and environmental consultancy AEA is delighted to announce that one of the EEMS Accelerate (www.eemsaccelerate.co.uk) consortium vehicles currently undertaking 12 months of road trials as part of the Technology Strategy Board’s £25 million Ultra Low Carbon Demonstrator Programme has been inspected by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. Read More »

– Famous former factory driver celebrates 70th birthday
– Winner of Le Mans four times for Porsche, and two-time World Sportscar Champion
– Career spanned races in Porsche 917 and 956/962 sports cars
– Watch Derek Bell in action behind the wheel of a Porsche 956 and talk about his racing experiences on Origin Read More »

Leena Gade made history this year, not only by engineering the winning Audi, from the pitwall, to a stunning race victory but also by being the first, female, race engineer to do so! The MIA has secured Leena, as a special guest, to share her world-class experience with students at their School of Race Engineering in November.

“Leena breaks all records for race-engineering” said Chris Aylett, CEIO of the MIA, today.

“This young woman is a true inspiration to all young engineers who want to make their career in motorsport. She knows how tough it is to gain experience, but is generously willing to share all she can with our young students in November.” Read More »