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Daily Archives: October 12th, 2012

Nineteen year old Osian Pryce from Machynlleth in Powys is the 2012 winner of the innovative International Rally Drivers Club Driver Improvement Scheme in the MSA British Rally Championship. Co-driven by fellow Welshman Iestyn Williams, Pryce’s Citroën DS3 has featured in the IRDC scheme’s standings on almost every round of the six-rally series.

Pryce not only takes the accolade of most improved driver, but a cash award of £300, two tickets for the end of season BRC awards dinner, a trophy for him and co-driver Williams, free IRDC membership for both in 2013 and publicity on the IRDC website. Read More »

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‘Ciao a tutti, A flash press release always means important news and I believe this is a verdict you’ve all been waiting for. Read More »

MINI will terminate its works involvement in the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) at the end of the 2012 season. The company has made this decision after careful consideration.

Dr. Kay Segler, Senior Vice President MINI Business Coordination and Brand Management: “MINI will abandon its works involvement in the WRC at the end of the 2012 season. By the end of the season WRC Team MINI Portugal will have competed in every rally in 2012. As such, in accordance with FIA regulations, we will have achieved the WRC homologation for the MINI John Cooper Works. Read More »

Silverstone MotorSport UK, the live motorsport show which showcases all categories of national motorsport; and KartMania, the UK’s leading kart show, take over Silverstone Circuit in November, each show promising to be better than ever.

For the first time, both shows will be at the Home of British Motor Racing, in the prestigious Silverstone Wing exhibition complex. Silverstone has made significant investment over the last few years, which has seen the venue transformed into a world-class exhibition and conference facility. Read More »