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Daily Archives: November 12th, 2015

The Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) has announced a 57percent increase in the number of international members in the past two years. “We are a global trade organisation serving an international business sector, and welcome non-UK members”, said Chris Aylett, CEO of the MIA.

Based in the UK, the MIA provides a platform for all its members to interact and work with one another to material benefit. The organisation has been pivotal in helping its members secure new business, whether through selling their engineering capabilities into new sectors, or reaching out to the MIA’s global business network. Major companies in automotive, defence, aerospace and marine, as well as those in the USA, India, Germany and China, are increasingly turning to MIA members for engineering solutions. Read More »

Silverstone Classic Tickets16– Weekend ticket prices frozen at 2015 levels
– New Family Ticket provides extra savings
– Discounted Early Bird tickets make great Christmas gifts

Tickets for the 2016 Silverstone Classic go on general sale today (Thursday 12 November) with significant discounts for ‘Early Bird’ bookers. Read More »

Porsche EastwoodPorsche Cars Great Britain Ltd is delighted to announce Charlie Eastwood (Belfast) as the 2016/2017 Porsche Carrera Cup GB Scholar.  The 20-year-old Ulsterman will now enjoy the incredible opportunity to be part of the UK’s fastest one-make series and build a career as a professional sports car racer with one of the most illustrious marques worldwide. Read More »

Statement from Colin Heppenstall, rally manager:

The Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club Ltd and De Lacy Motor Club Ltd are very sad to announce that the 2015 Roger Albert Clark Rally has been cancelled due to the lower than expected level of entries received at the closing date for initial entries.

The event is unique in the motor sport calendar and has run for the past 12 years with varying degrees of success. Read More »

Isuzu BCCC Champs15The Jewson Isuzu D-Max Rally Team has finished the 2015 British Cross Country Championship with a second successive production-class season victory. Not only did the Isuzu UK-supported team rise head and shoulders above the other production competitors, it also held its own against a number of purpose-engineered, tube-framed custom rally racers, ranking seventh in the final overall standings. Read More »

– Scene is set for eagerly-awaited WRC season finale
– ‘Stages look fantastic’, enthuses home hero Kris Meeke
– 160 international and national crews ready to do battle

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