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Daily Archives: May 10th, 2013

– Jaguar previews its entry into the 2013 Mille Miglia with short film featuring David Gandy, Yasmin Le Bon, Norman Dewis and Alex Buncombe: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEkckuR8E-k&feature=youtu.be
– Jaguar Heritage Racing enters three C-Type and three XK120 classic cars into famous event
– Jaguar ‘Bloodline’ of sports cars to be celebrated with new F-TYPE joining the 1,000 mile tour

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Northern Ireland’s high octane garden party, Cultra Hillclimb (Saturday 1st June 2013) will once again celebrate automotive birthdays and feature a principal theme. This year WOMEN in MOTORSPORT will be in the spotlight with The Thoroughbred Sports Car Club(NI) hoping to have a large contingent of female competitors from all disciplines of the sport on the startline and behind the scenes making the event happen.

With Ireland having such a rallying culture two of the “Fast Ladies” scheduled to appear will be the 1990 FIA Ladies World Rally Champion Louise Aitken Walker MBE and Irish legend Rosemary Smith who successfully campaigned her works Hillman Imp, winning many class and ladies awards in all of the top international rallies during the sixties. Read More »

Jamie Green home race– Second DTM race of the season at Brands Hatch (GB) on May 19
– Audi squad is dying to make up for Hockenheim
– Miguel Molina advertises the 2013 Audi Cup on his Audi RS 5 DTM

A week before the Champions League final, London will be under the banner of motorsport. On its European tour, the DTM will stop on the outskirts of the British capital on May 18 and 19. Read More »

Coverage from the opening round of the 2013 MSA British Rally Championship, the Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation Rally, will air on Sky Sports 3 & 3HD on Monday 13th May at 6.30pm. The one hour programme will once again be produced by the vastly experienced Greenlight Television.

There’s a change afoot though, as the programme is now designed to be more readily syndicated around the world. To make this process easier, there are no on-screen presenters, something that overseas broadcasters have always found difficult to incorporate. With the broadcast now a week later than in previous years, the Greenlight team also has more time to showcase the best of British rallying. Read More »