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Daily Archives: September 3rd, 2015

Barbados MoonFive-time British Rally Champion Jimmy McRae beat all class contenders to the top prize in Barbados historic rallying – King of the Carnival.

Driving a Tuthill Porsche Post-Historic 911 with trusty long-time co-driver Ian Grindrod by his side, the Scottish ace blitzed all in Category 2 – for cars built between 1968 and 1974 – in the International Rallysprint and the Barbados Historic Rally, to bring home the Andrew Phillips Memorial trophy. Read More »

Credit Suisse Revival Stirling– ‘Mr Motor Racing’ chats about his amazing career in a one-off film, shot at his London home
– Sir Stirling reveals insights into his most famous victories, including the four wins of 1955
– Legend to star in 6th Credit Suisse Historic Racing Forum at Goodwood Revival
– To view the video please follow this link: Read More »

WorldRX15 pre-LoheacThe FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy will move to Brittany this weekend for one of the most eagerly-anticipated events on the 13-round calendar: the Bretagne World RX of France. Last year’s race attracted a record crowd of 74,000 people and 2015 is shaping up to be just as successful with 20 home drivers including an exciting entry from multiple FIA World Touring Car Champion (WTCC), Yvan Muller. Read More »

Quentin Mitchell Eldoret02After strong runs, albeit fraught with drama, on their last two outings in the Kenyan National Rally Championship, the QMR Rally Team is targeting a strong result on this weekends KCB Nakuru Rally, the penultimate round of the 2015 championship. Team driver Quentin Mitchell is quietly confident that the terrain and altitude should suit the teams Shell V-Power and Velvex Tissue supported Skoda S2000. Read More »