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Daily Archives: April 16th, 2014

Bentley back in the US• Continental GT3 to compete in North America with Dyson Racing
• First race to be Pirelli World Challenge round at Road America
• Development over 2014 in preparation for 2015 championship
• New Continental GT3 race car on display at NYIAS Read More »

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WWRS14 100 contendersThe West Wales Rally Spares R.A.C. Rally Championship has today (Wednesday 16 April) hit a major landmark with the arrival of the 100th championship registration.

Against a backdrop of a generally difficult time for forest rallying, the championship has enjoyed outstanding competitor support for the first three events of the seven-round 2014 championship. Read More »

Thruxton Revival 7– Former Super Touring legends ready to renew old rivalry at Easter Revival
– John Cleland: “No matter what you say, you never want to finish second!”
– Patrick Watts: 1990s BTCC cars rivalled F1 for technology and sophistication

Two of the most popular and successful drivers of the iconic Super Touring era are set to roll back the years at Thruxton’s second Easter Revival meeting this weekend (19-20 April), as John Cleland and Patrick Watts prepare to renew battle in the inaugural rounds of the new Super Touring Car Championship. Read More »

– The Citroën WTCC team arrives in Paul Ricard leading both the drivers’ and manufacturers’ championships following a successful debut in the FIA WTCC
– In a race against time, the team is working tirelessly to prepare the cars for the demanding French circuit
– Particular attention will be paid to Yvan Muller’s C-Elysée WTCC car, which sustained serious damage in the second race in Marrakech

Just a week after the opening round in Marrakech, the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) is to make its first ever visit to the Paul Ricard Circuit. The Citroën C-Elysée WTCCs have already made quite an impression on their first competitive outing, securing the top three places in the first race and the top two in the second. Read More »