Skip navigation

Daily Archives: August 26th, 2014

10 years of making history

An international motorsport think tank like no other, the RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium celebrates ten years of making history in the world of motorsport technology. Over the past decade, the event has seen the birth of innovative and groundbreaking concepts, such as the Global Race Engine, the DeltaWing and Lord Drayson’s proposal for an electric racing series.

Chaired by Audi Sport’s head of engine technology, Ulrich Baretzky and Caterham F1’s performance director, John Iley, this prestigious two-day event is unique in the motorsport calendar. It has built a reputation for attracting a who’s who of the international motorsport engineering industry, providing a relaxed yet discrete forum to air new ideas. Read More »

The biggest crowd at Knockhill in 15 years witnessed three titanic Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship battles as a trio of drivers took their first wins of the season.

Honda Yuasa Racing’s Matt Neal fended off the attentions of front-row starter Rob Austin and home hero Gordon Shedden to claim the honours in the opening contest. Read More »

Nissan Mardenborough– Jann Mardenborough joins the prestigious British Racing Drivers’ Club
– Mardenborough joins same club as Moss, Stewart, Hill, Hamilton, Button, Bell etc
– Johnny Herbert and Derek Warwick talk about Jann’s rise to prominence
– Mardenborough to team up with Sir Chris Hoy at Brands Hatch this weekend Read More »

Citroen Deutschland14a– Leading with just three stages to go, Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle added their names to the long list of casualties at this year’s Rallye Deutschland
– Mads Østberg and Jonas Andersson finished sixth overall in their DS 3 WRC
– The next event for the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team is Rally Australia, on 11-14 September Read More »

– The Hyundai Shell World Rally Team has today claimed its maiden victory in the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) with an historic 1-2 in Rallye Deutschland, its ninth WRC event.
– Thierry Neuville took his debut WRC win with a fantastic performance in the #7 Hyundai i20 WRC car.
– Last year’s Rallye Deutschland winner, Dani Sordo, finished second in his Hyundai i20 WRC to give the team something remarkable to celebrate in its home rally.

Read More »

– Fifty years of high-octane history chronicled at Richmondshire Museum
– Fascinating story of north-east’s premier motor sport venue
– Senna, Hamilton and Franchitti amongst high-profile Croft alumni

Read More »