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Daily Archives: July 11th, 2013

After successfully operating out of premises in Northampton for the past seven years, Mugen Euro will be moving in October 2013 to a new, purpose-adapted engine research and development centre, based nearby in Milton Keynes, UK.

In 2006, Mugen Euro was formed to help maintain the tradition of MUGEN engines operating in numerous categories of world motorsport. In addition, from 1992 to 1999, MUGEN supplied its own-prepared Grand Prix engines (scoring four famous victories). Read More »

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– Interactive stand set to engage visitors with Nismo, new Note and EV
– Note Safety Shield demonstration highlights amazing new technology
– EV Zone debuts radical ZEOD Le Mans contender and MY13 LEAF
– Hillclimb cars include FIA GT3 GT-R racer, MY13 GT-R and 370Z Nismo

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– 1979 World Champion reunited with radical six-wheeler F1 car
– “It will bring back some wonderful memories,” says Scheckter
– CarFest South returns to Laverstoke Park Farm in August

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JD Classics Toseland– JD Classics’ specialist paint techniques offer minimum weight and maximum aerodynamic efficiency
– Motorcycle World Land Speed Record attempt set for September 2014
– Public debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed on 11-14 July 2013

Leading classic car specialist JD Classics has been commissioned to work on a one-off motorcycle project that aims to break the Motorcycle World Land Speed Record. Read More »