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Daily Archives: April 7th, 2013

Nelson Panciatici photo Christian Vignon35 years after its historic victory at Le Mans 24 Hours, Alpine is back in the competition for the first leg of the European Le Mans Series at Silverstone. The whole Signatech-Alpine team is ready to take on the challenge and bring the Alpine legend back to life for thousands of fans looking for a great start! Since the announcement of Alpine’s comeback, the world media has underlined the enthusiasm this news has provoked, even the young generation have taken to Twitter with ‘Alpine is back’ and they want everyone to know it! Read More »

‘Hello everyone, Maciek Szczepaniak here, Michał Kościuszko’s co-driver. I’ll be your host for Rally de Portugal and keep you updated on what’s happening with us throughout the event.

‘This is my sixth time at Rally de Portugal and my fifth competing on the event with Michał. It’s a really awesome rally – the Portuguese spectators are always fantastic, the organisation is great and so is the weather (normally!)

‘Of course, the weather last year wasn’t so good and the changeable conditions dominated the rally for many crews. We didn’t compete here in 2012, but even so we’re more aware than ever that we need to be ready for anything. All we can hope is that the conditions on our test tomorrow will be representative of the event itself. Read More »

alanhealy13 (135)Another superb day in Lincolnshire once again as we took in the Alan Healy Memorial Stages, at the majestic Cadwell Park. The 2012 winners Roger Duckworth & Mark Broomfield (Impreza WRC) looked to be favourites with the only serious challenge coming from the late entry of Dave Turnbull & Matthew Whattam (Impreza WRC). It looked to be going the way of the 2 way battle until Duckworth retired on stage 3 leaving Turnbull clear to take an easy victory. In fairness to Duckworth once the car was fixed he continued with the rally which many other drivers would not have done. Read More »