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Daily Archives: October 9th, 2015

Rallye du Maroc, round nine of the 10-round series of the 2015 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup, ended (09-10-2015) in glorious victory for MINI with Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT) and co-driver Mathieu Baumel (FRA) taking the overall win in a MINI ALL4 Racing.

Today’s win is Al-Attiyah’s and MINI’s consecutive triumph at Rallye du Maroc, mirroring the win achieved in the 2014 edition. Starting today’s final race (Leg 5) in first position overall, Nasser Al-Attiyah and Mathieu Baumel drove a tactical race across 314 km of “The Loop Of Agadir” to finish in eighth place – perfectly placed to take the overall win.

Talking about today’s success, Al-Attiyah said: “I’m very happy about my victory here in Morocco and the points I gained in the FIA world cup. It was my first priority to increase the gap in the FIA standings to more than 30 points. Now we are ready for the Dakar Rally!” Read More »

Wales Rally GB Evans– Nation’s newest sporting star revs up preparations for Wales Rally GB
– Britain’s 2015 WRC season finale tipped to be the ‘best ever’
– Welsh Government and Conwy Council offer enthusiastic support
– Busy Brenig launch event sets the scene for thrilling forest action
– Media Accreditation closes on 14 October Read More »

JD Classics Dix Mille15a– JD Classics claimed a pole position at Paul Ricard during the Dix Mille Tours Du Castellet 2015
– The team’s Ford Cologne Capri was the quickest car in qualifying by five seconds while the Rover SD1 qualified in 24th position
– A transmission issue forced the Capri to retire from a dominant lead as the SD1 made up ten places to finish 14th Read More »