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Daily Archives: September 16th, 2013

Porsche Rockingham13b– Rory Butcher takes two dramatic victories at Rockingham in Celtic Speed Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
– Championship lead of Michael Meadows cut to just four points
– Jonas Gelzinis profits from Meadows’ misfortune to close up in title chase
– Victor Jimenez tops Pro-Am1 in fierce battles with Dan De Zille Read More »

???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????In their comeback to competition after 35 years absence, Alpine re-opened the great book of motorsport history with a spectacular win at the 3 Hours of Hungaroring. Nelson Panciatici was a key player in this historic win which the Signatech-Alpine team achieved thanks in part to a strategy perfectly adapted to the changing conditions of the track and the high performance Michelin tyres. Read More »

Kumho McCormack RACMarty McCormack and Phil Clarke slid their Kumho-shod MKII Escort to a fourth consecutive victory on September 8’s Red Kite Historic Stages event, thereby clinching the inaugural West Wales Rally Spares R.A.C. Rally Championship with one round still to run.

Commenting on their dominant performance McCormack said: “We were straight on it this morning: there are no lie-ins with this championship.” And how right he was, having blasted his Escort into a full five second lead over the similar Ford of Jason Pritchard and Dale Furniss during the opening stage in Crychan. After a dry, dusty morning’s rallying, heavy rain showers completely changed the conditions in time for the second round of tests. Read More »

The organisers are working tirelessly to bring spectators the most exciting range of motoring legends to be found anywhere and are pleased to announce these stunning late additions to a thrilling 2013 Kop Hill Climb line-up (September 21st – 22nd).  Discounted advance tickets are still available but you have to hurry, see the event website for details

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– Audi scores points at Oschersleben with all eight cars
– Mike Rockenfeller makes further step toward the title
– Leicestershire’s Jamie Green on podium for the first time with Audi

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Audi McNish pre-Austin13Audi sportscar ace Allan McNish aims to consolidate his FIA World Endurance Championship lead with a top result on his debut at the Circuit Of The Americas in Texas on Sunday (22 Sep).

Dumfries-born McNish and co-drivers Tom Kristensen (Denmark) and Loïc Duval (France) head to the 3.427-mile circuit in Austin with a 22-point lead having scored two wins and two second places. Read More »

Sébastien Ogier/Julien Ingrassia won 19 Special Stages, bagged the maximum number of points and came within reach of the World Championship title. The two Frenchmen put in the performance of their lives and celebrated their sixth win this season in the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). However, a sporting drama unfolded in the very last minute of round ten Down Under. Two of the duo’s competitors had punctures in the last 15 kilometres of the Power Stage, which prevented Ogier/Ingrassia from claiming the title – although the Volkswagen pair didn’t put a foot wrong. In the end, they were just one point short of securing the crown. Ogier/Ingrassia will go into the next round in France 83 points ahead of their closest rival, Thierry Neuville (Ford).

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RAC support events 13Three individual rallies will support the 2013 Roger Albert Clark Rally, (8-10 November) and will offer some of the most cost effective forest rallying in Britain this season, with entry fees from as low as £7.43 per mile.

The support rallies all offer competitors a chance to be part of what many people regard as the best rally of the season, as well as the opportunity to tackle classic stages in Yorkshire and the Scottish borders. Read More »