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Daily Archives: January 30th, 2014

The Citroën Racing Trophy will once again feature in the MSA British Rally Championship in 2014, helping the front runners to keep their DS3s at maximum attack with a substantial prize fund.

€10,000 in prize vouchers will be available on each of the seven rallies (the Rally Isle of Man double header prize split between the two legs) and this year Citroën Racing has elected to incentivise the top five finishers using the state-of-the-art rally-winning machines.

The winner will still take a parts voucher worth €4000, with second taking €2250, third €1500, fourth €1250 and fifth place benefitting from €1000 in parts support – definitely not to be sniffed at. Read More »

F1 auction– Williams co-founder Patrick Head pays tribute to the pit-lane heroes
– Autographed F1 components under the RM Auctions hammer
– Paddock passes gifted by Bernie Ecclestone raise £10,000

Prestigious items of autographed, ‘money-can’t-buy’ Formula 1 memorabilia went under the hammer at last night’s Motor Sport magazine Hall of Fame ceremony at London’s Royal Opera House (29 January), raising £23,000 for the Grand Prix Mechanics Charitable Trust. Read More »

– Festivities to mark 100 years of legendary Italian company
– Special on-track parade of racing and road models

This summer’s award-winning Silverstone Classic will host a glittering line-up of special races, displays and parades to celebrate the centenary of Maserati, one of the most historic and hallowed motoring marques in the world. Read More »

Hall of Fame14g– Alain Prost, James Hunt, John McGuinness and Ross Brawn the newest inductees
– Superstar quartet join 25 existing Hall of Fame members
– Racing legends hailed at star-studded Royal Opera House celebration

Racing legends Alain Prost, James Hunt, John McGuinness and Ross Brawn became the latest inductees to the Motor Sport Hall of Fame, as the renowned British magazine kick-started its landmark 90th anniversary celebrations in style with a star-studded ceremony at London’s historic Royal Opera House (29 January). Read More »