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Daily Archives: March 5th, 2014

Walfridson World RXLukas Walfridson – a multiple Crosskart champion – will contest six rounds of this year’s FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy at the wheel of a Helmia Motorsport Renault Clio Supercar.  Of Walfridson’s six events, five will be the FIA European Rallycross Championship (Euro RX) and the sixth will be World RX of Sweden in July. Read More »

FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC), DTM, GT racing: The motorsport commitment of AUDI AG in the 2014 season again rests on three pillars – and in all three segments the brand with the four rings is facing special challenges.

In the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) and at Le Mans, the season’s pinnacle event, Audi will not only be meeting with Porsche as a new, strong opponent from the Volkswagen Group. The season also marks the beginning of a new era in endurance racing, in which the efficiency of the race cars takes center stage. In the DTM, Audi, after having clinched five champion’s titles in the past seven years, is the hunted. And in production-based GT racing, the number of rivals for the racing versions of the Audi R8 has increased again. Read More »

– Turning back time with a feast of historic motor sport
– Exciting new Super Touring Car Championship launches at the UK’s fastest circuit
– BTCC racing legends relive their glory years

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The MSA British Rally Championship will make its new home on Motors TV in 2014, sitting alongside the World Rally Championship on Freeview HD and Freeview+HD, the subscription-free television service.

The move increases the BRC’s reach to over 15.6 million homes in the UK and comes with the promise that Motors TV will promote the series as one of its premier properties. The championship isn’t new to the dedicated motoring channel though, being available in Europe since 2006.

The channel is keen to showcase rising UK talent in full high definition and with the BRC now available on Motors TV via the Freeview platform channel 240, Virgin Media channel 545 and Sky channel 447, even more people have access to follow each exciting round of Britain’s premier rally series. Read More »