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Daily Archives: October 31st, 2013

Ogier-Ingrassia-Number-One-WRRThere are currently 930 Drivers and 974 Codrivers of more 80 different nations who have obtained the results necessary to enter the ranking.

The top ten Drivers are:

Name                                                                  Country                                              Points
1)      OGIER Sebastien                                            France                                                 6405 Read More »

– Hyundai Motorsport continued the development of the i20 WRC with a total of 15 days of testing on gravel and tarmac during October
– Juho Hänninen, Bryan Bouffier and Chris Atkinson alternated behind the wheel of the i20 WRC at tests in Spain and Germany
– Homologation process started for i20 WRCHyundai Oct13 Read More »

Infiniti PerformanceInfiniti Motor Company Limited today opened applications for the Infiniti Performance Engineering Academy, offering an exclusive opportunity to secure a year work placement with four-time Formula One World Champions Infiniti Red Bull Racing.

Two winning candidates will be selected from partner universities and colleges worldwide to complete a 12-month assignment with the quadruple World Championship-winning Formula One team in Milton Keynes, UK. Read More »

Land Rover is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2014 Defender Challenge by Bowler, a one-make rally series operated by Bowler Motorsport designed to act as a feeder series to the annual Dakar rally and other global rally-raid competitions.

Continuing the strategic partnership announced in 2012 between Land Rover and Bowler Motorsport, the Defender Challenge will see competition-prepared Land Rover Defenders being used in a one-make, seven round, rally series taking place across the UK. The series will be regulated by the MSA (Motor Sports Association) and each Defender Challenge car will be FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) compliant enabling competitors to compete internationally. Read More »