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Daily Archives: September 30th, 2015

WorldRX15 IstanbulThe FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy will return to Asia this weekend as a total of 21 Supercars and ten RX Lites will compete at the Intercity Istanbul Park, the former home of the Turkish Formula One race. The track, which first opened in 2005, straddles the Pendik and Tuzla districts in eastern Istanbul which has a combined population of more than 800,000 people. Read More »

– British car care and valeting specialist, Autoglym, confirmed as sponsor for Classic & Sports Car – The London Show’s Best British Car Ever feature
– Iconic display will include all ten contenders in the magazine’s global poll, which has now closed
– The winner will be revealed at the inaugural event, taking place at Alexandra Palace from 30th October to 1st November
– Unveiling of the best British car of all time will be just one incredible story at this new London celebration of all things historic in motoring
– Classic & Sports Car – The London Show will feature more than 300 of the world’s most prestigious classic cars from world-famous collectors and world-renowned classic car retailers
– To buy tickets for the show visit http://www.classicandsportscarshow.com

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RAC Asphalt AnnounceThe R.A.C. Rally Championship will evolve into a dedicated asphalt championship for all categories of historic stage rally cars in 2016.

The R.A.C. Historic Asphalt Rally Championship, organised by the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club, will run in parallel to the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship. The BHRC will continue to include gravel and asphalt events in 2016. Read More »

BHRC15 Trackrod CThe special award winners for the final round of the 2015 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Trackrod Historic Cup (25/26 September) have been announced.

The ‘Spirit of the Rally’ product award from Fuchs Lubricants went to Simon Webster and Jez Rogers for scoring their best result to date in historic rallying. This was Webster’s first time in the dauntingly fast Yorkshire forests and they had a fabulous run to finish third overall, only headed by Steve Bannister and Nick Elliott. For Rogers, it was a second fine BHRC result in seven days following a class win on the Isle of Man alongside Phil Harris. Read More »