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Daily Archives: December 20th, 2011

Organisers of the successful BRC Challenge are proud to announce a new title sponsor in the form of NGK Spark Plugs.

NGK Spark Plugs has been a long term partner to the British Rally Championship and this move towards becoming the title sponsor for the BRC Challenge adds to the working relationship between the two parties.

Tim Howes, Technical Services Manager for NGK Spark Plugs (UK) Ltd: “NGK is heavily involved at every level of motorsport but I believe it is especially important to support the up and coming drivers of today to ensure a continued high quality pool of talent for tomorrow”. Read More »


– GT1 World Championship to be held with GT3 cars in 2012
– Team WRT from Belgium is set on battling for championship
– Two new Audi R8 LMS ultra cars on the grid Read More »

Thierry Neuville, who is recognised as one of the rising stars in world rallying, will drive a Citroën DS3 WRC in the 2012 World Championship. The Belgian will race in a minimum of nine events.

Citroën Racing, which is heavily committed to the training and promotion of young drivers, will give Thierry Neuville the opportunity to prove himself at the highest level of world rallying. The 22-year-old-driver from Saint-Vith in Belgium will be at the wheel of a Citroën DS3 WRC prepared by Citroën Racing Technologies. Read More »

Following official confirmation of his success in the 2011 WRC season, Sébastien Loeb is now the most titled racing driver ever. With eight consecutive FIA World Rally Drivers’ titles to his name, Loeb has moved ahead of seven-time champions Michael Schumacher and Valentino Rossi in terms of major motorsport championships won – a feat never achieved before across all senior motorsport categories.

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