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Daily Archives: February 2nd, 2015

WWRS15 Red Kite AIan Beveridge/Paul Price and Philip Burton/Mal Capstick were the major winners on the opening round of the West Wales Rally Spares R.A.C. Rally Championship, the Red Kite Stages (Sunday 1 February).

While Capstick and Burton marked their championship debut with victory in the Open Category in their Ford Escort Mk2, Beveridge and Price turned in a mighty performance to win Category 1 in their rare Volvo PV544. Read More »

BHRC15 Red Kite AThe 2015 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship got off to an incredible start on the Red Kite Stages (Sunday 1 February) as early ice and snow delivered truly challenging conditions. Then, as conditions improved, Jason Pritchard and Phil Clarke flew through the final stage to jump from fourth to first as just 15 seconds covered the top five crews. Read More »

– Challenging 12-hour race at Bathurst
– Endurance race in Australia increasingly popular
– Audi driver Christopher Mies: “Track doesn’t forgive any mistakes”

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Hyundai Mobis WRT– Hyundai Motorsport has revealed that affiliate company Hyundai Mobis will be the main partner of its second team from the next round of the 2015 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) with its logos featured on the livery on the Hyundai i20 WRC
– Hayden Paddon will lead the Hyundai Mobis World Rally Team in the #20 car from Sweden, while Kevin Abbring will take part in at least four events in a fourth Hyundai i20 WRC Read More »

Perez Red Kite15bSteve Perez and the ‘Amigos Tequila Flavoured Beer’ Lancia Stratos claimed third in class on the opening round of the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Red Kite Stages (Sunday 1 February).

The first major rally of the 2015 season proved to be a massive challenge for everyone as ice and snow made the opening stages in Crychan forest incredibly slippery. Read More »

The 360 Motor Racing Club are pleased to announce their events calendar for 2015.

The club, which holds its annual six-hour endurance race for production saloons and GTs, is set to hold endurance races at several key UK circuits throughout the year.

Dates are confirmed for April, July, August, September and October with the possibility of an event in May, yet to be confirmed.

Claire Smith, chairwoman of the club explains: “We are very excited about this season; it sees us enter a new chapter in the club’s evolution, but also a new chapter in the story of endurance motor racing in the UK.” Read More »

– First glimpse of race-ready Nissan GT-R LM NISMO during Super Bowl XLIX
– Innovative new LM P1 racing car is like no other Le Mans car
– TAG Heuer, Motul and Michelin revealed as Nissan LM P1 partners

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