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Daily Archives: April 19th, 2013

The MSA British Rally Championship’s Mark Taylor and Caroline Reid will be observing this weekend’s Granite City Rally, invited to the Aberdeen-based event by the organising committee which is keen for the rally to be a round of the BRC.

BRC Manager Mark Taylor:
“The Granite City Rally invited the BRC team to observe their event as a potential future round of the championship. Whilst it is very early days, I welcome the opportunity and I think it reflects positively on a proactive and aspiring team of organisers here in Aberdeen.” Read More »

– Audi to test tyre technology for 2014
– Early preparation for new regulations
– Marco Bonanomi planned as test driver

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McLaren spiderMcLaren Automotive is pleased to announce the inaugural partnership with Relais & Châteaux, the association of the world’s finest hoteliers, chefs and restaurateurs for the third annual Dîner des Grands Chefs taking place in London on 22 April at Old Billingsgate. The collaboration with the prestigious event, which gathers together 45 of the most renowned culinary talents from across the globe who will combine their skills to create masterpieces using only British produce, comes as part of this year’s celebrations by McLaren of 50 years of ground-breaking innovation and craftsmanship in Britain. Read More »

Drayson askDrayson Racing has announced the start of its search for two top-level professional racing drivers for its entry in the new FIA Formula E Championship for electric cars. The Drayson Racing team were the first to announce their participation in Formula E, with the new championship expecting ten teams from all over the world to line-up for the inaugural race in 2014. Read More »

WWRS pre-Hamsterley13bA truly sensational entry will line up for the SG Petch Tour of Hamsterley (Sunday 28 April), the second round of the West Wales Rally Spares R.A.C. Rally Championship. With Steve Bannister, Marty McCormack and Nick Elliott at the head of the historic field, it is going to be fiercely competitive and with a total historic entry of 65 cars, it is one of the best fields ever seen in the north of England. Read More »