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Daily Archives: January 9th, 2015

Mini Dakar15 Day6Nasser Al-Attiyah (QT) and his co-driver Mathieu Baumel (FR) are still the men to beat at the 2015 Dakar Rally. The duo in the MINI ALL4 Racing also won the sixth stage at the toughest event in motorsports. It has been their third stage win at this year’s Dakar so far. Al-Attiyah/Baumel have further extended their lead in the overall classification and are now 11:12 minutes ahead of their closest rivals De Villiers/Von Zitzewitz. Read More »

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A new European event from the organisers of the Paris-Madrid Rally.Paris-Vienna 2016 Read More »

Peugeot Dakar15bThe emotional rollercoaster of the first Dakar for the Team Peugeot Total continued in Chile today, with Stéphane Peterhansel moving up into the top 10 while Carlos Sainz retired as the result of an accident – from which both he and co-driver Lucas Cruz emerged unharmed. Read More »

The sound of Grand Prix engines filled the air as stars from the race track, TV and radio helped open the new London Classic Car Show this evening (Thursday 8th January).

Grand Prix heroes David Coulthard and Martin Brundle were joined by Top Gear’s James May, TV chef James Martin, F1 designer Adrian Newey, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner, TV presenter Jake Humphry and renowned broadcaster Chris Evans to launch the event that aims to set new standards for motor shows. Read More »

Isuzu 2015– Official Isuzu UK rally team confirms 2015 British Cross Country Championship entry
– Jewson Isuzu D-Max Rally Team to campaign in Production Class
– Isuzu UK offers special vehicle deal for competitors

The Jewson Isuzu D-Max Rally Team has announced that it will be competing in the Britpart MSA British Cross Country Championship (BCCC) for the 2015 season, using the same Isuzu D-Max pick-up that took it to both Class and Production titles in 2014. Read More »