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Daily Archives: April 10th, 2012

The Hexis Racing team were prepared for a challenging race at Nogaro with the entry of two brand-new cars in the FIA GT1 World Championship. As things turned out the French team managed to show the potential of the McLaren GT, and underline the world champions’ determination to be successful in this year’s championship. Read More »

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The organisers of the Peter James Insurance Bromley Pageant of Motoring are planning a massive Ford celebration for this year’s show when returns to Norman Park, Bromley, on Sunday 10th June. Two of the marques most popular models – the Anglia and the Cortina – will be celebrated by classic car clubs and visitors.

Its 45 years since the Ford Anglia ceased production in 1967, having been on the production line since 1939. The early Anglias were very simple vehicles with few features and the distinctive upright radiator. By the end of its time, the model had much more of an American influence. From the E04A to the Super Anglia 123E, Bromley Pageant will pay tribute to them all. Read More »

– Famous Donington Park circuit set for frenetic touring car action
– Locals Neal, Jordan, Austin & Jackson chasing Plato & MG

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After watching and testing 12 Junior 1000 drivers over the past 8 months, Knockhill have announced the winners of their prize for “Best Pupil”. But the choice of a winner proved so difficult that the decision was taken to increase the original prize of 2 “1-2-1 Junior Performance Driving Courses” to 3. The prizes have gone to Alex Adams (15)  from Kilbarchan, Renfrew; Michael Dickie (14) from Banchory and Harry Marchbank (15) from Thornhill, Dumfries. Bob Watson, BARS instructor at Knockhill  said “It has been so rewarding to work with the young drivers and to see them develop so quickly. They are a credit to their families and will surprise many of the senior drivers when they finally get into the forests” Read More »

A fantastic drive saw ŠKODA UK Motorsport’s Andreas Mikkelsen finish 2nd on The Donnelly Group Circuit of Ireland Rally and maintain his lead in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. The reigning champion finished 44.2 seconds behind Juho Hänninen (ŠKODA Motorsport)after a breathtaking battle for victory, with Jan Kopecký taking the final podium position to complete a stunning 1-2-3 finish for ŠKODA.

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