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Daily Archives: April 14th, 2015

Fuel Protect Porsche– Brand new insurance product sponsors Porsche true track competition
– Fuel Protect-branded cars and hospitality
– Televised internationally on Motors TV
– Races at main UK circuits, including the full GP circuits at Brands Hatch and Silverstone
– Season starts on May 2

Fuel Protect has been announced as the new title sponsor for the 2015 Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli: under the deal, which includes a comprehensive hospitality package, participating Fuel Protect-branded Porsches will compete in the 14-race, seven-meeting season, with races featured internationally on Motors TV in scheduled stand-alone programmes. Read More »

The MG Car Club is turning back the clock to the glory days of racing from the 1950s and 1960s, with an invitation race for sports cars and sports racing cars of the 1950s and 1960s.

The race will form part of the Club’s busy schedule at its upcoming Brands Hatch race meeting on Saturday 2 May and is for cars up to 1500cc.

The Club’s Brands Hatch meeting is traditionally one its most popular, with good numbers of spectators and competitors enjoying plenty of motorsport action over the long weekend. Read More »

– Britain’s best and World Champion line up in two Citroen DS3s
– Doran and Solberg target maiden success at Lydden Hill
– Champ hopes to repeat BBC Top Gear breakthrough victory
– Money-saving advanced tickets on sale for FIA Motorsport News World RX of Great Britain

Britain’s top rallycross star Liam Doran has joined forces with reigning World Champion Petter Solberg to contest the eagerly anticipated 2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy. Read More »

Pieces of silverPieces of Silver – the must-read novel which brings into sharp focus the involvement of the Nazis with the Silver Arrows Grand Prix cars in the run-up to World War II – is now available as an eBook.

Motorsport writer Mike Breslin’s meticulously-researched book harks back to a time when the cars of Auto Union and Mercedes, the Silver Arrows – as the F1 Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton is known to this day – were heavily supported by Germany’s Nazi government.

The large-format paperback edition of the book has sold extremely well since its launch in the autumn, while it has also garnered critical acclaim from the motoring press, which has praised its “cracking pace” and described it as “a compelling read” and “an enjoyable page turner” that is “full of twists” (details below). Read More »