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Daily Archives: April 24th, 2012

Round three of the 2012 Kololi Beach Club MSA British Historic Rally Championship takes crews north to the unique challenge of Kielder forest for the Pirelli Historic Rally on Saturday (28 April). Read More »

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The MG KX Momentum Racing team heads to Thruxton this weekend for rounds seven, eight and nine of the 2012 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC).  It has been a busy start to the season for the championship leaders, with the first three race weekends all falling in April. The team is looking for a strong weekend, with the BTCC taking a six week break before the next instalment of the season at Oulton Park. Read More »

The MSA British Rally Championship’s support series, the NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge, moves on to the Cumbrian town of Carlisle for round three of the championship this weekend.

The Pirelli Challenge Rally provides some of the most difficult and demanding special stages in UK rallying with the highlight for the drivers being given the chance to tackle the renowned Kielder stages. The border forestry roads have always played a big part in British rallying and that long association will continue on the 28th April. Read More »

After extensive work on Sara Williams Klarius Group sponsored rally car to improve reliability and performance, including a Klarius exhaust, QH engine electrics and steering & suspension components, Sara has returned to the pace she’s best known for, finishing the Butlins Somerset Stages a fantastic 8th overall and 3rd in the ultra-competitive class N4. Read More »

Government proposals – which reward increased R&D investment by large UK motorsport companies and will have a major positive effect on the supply chain of SMEs in Motorsport Valley UK – were welcomed by the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA), the industry’s trade organisation.

The MIA, in the past year or so, has joined with others to lobby Government for increased support for R&D investment by larger, high-performance engineering and motorsport companies, following the outstanding success of the scheme for SMEs, which has, significantly, encouraged more R&D spend by the UK motorsport industry in recent years. Read More »

The Rally Queens continued their unbroken run of podiums in the 2012 Kenyan National Rally Championship when Samira Khan and Chantal Young brought their Ford Escort home second in the Classic Cup on the recent Kisumu Rally. Samira made it a Khan family one two, finishing behind her Uncle, Aslam, who won the division in his Porsche 911. Read More »