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Daily Archives: November 19th, 2015

F1000_PR6_15_CSRWhilst the fight for the 2015 Kick Energy Junior 1000 Rally Championship title was decided back in October at the Peter Lloyd Stages in the favour of Charlie Barlow, but the battle for second in the series was wide open. And it was Welshpool Junior driver Zak Hughes who took victory at the final round last weekend to take the runner up spot in the Championship at the Cadwell Stages Junior Rally. Held at the race circuit in Louth, Lincolnshire, Hughes took his Citroen C1 to a start-to-finish win with co-driver Chris Evans alongside, beating Tom Delaney/Joe Cruttenden’s Suzuki Alto by 19 seconds from 2015 champions Charlie Barlow/Tom Hutchings in their Nissan Micra. Read More »

Citroen FutureUnveiling its future in motor sport, Citroën has announced that it will be taking part in the World Rally Championship from 2017.The team’s entry will be based on cars designed in line with the FIA’s new technical regulations. In order to dedicate as many resources as possible to development of the new car, the Citroën Racing team will be putting its involvement in the WRC on hold next season. In 2016, the Citroën Total team will defend its FIA WTCC world titles with two Citroën C-Elysée WTCCs, driven by José María López and Yvan Muller. Read More »

Sara Williams Qatar15a#1 British female rally driver Sara Williams has recently returned from Qatar after 5 days of intense desert driving training courtesy of Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) and the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission. Sara joined 17 fellow female drivers and co-drivers, who received expert training from Jutta Kleinschmidt (the first and only female winner of the Dakar Rally) and cross country rally winning co-driver Fabrizia Pons, with a final 6 being chosen to compete in the 2016 Sealine Rally. Despite missing out on the final selection, Williams completed the project enthused and charged with positive experiences. Read More »