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Daily Archives: January 21st, 2016

VW pre-Monte16a– Nyqvist, Casiraghi, Helmer and Co. – stars enjoy taxi rides in the world championship-winning Polo
– Around the Grand Prix circuit in Monaco: drifting with 318 HP
– Ogier, Latvala and Mikkelsen are probably the fastest hosts in the world

Nobility, sporting personalities, actors and TV presenters – to mark the start of Rally Monte Carlo, top international stars took a seat next to the world rally champions from Volkswagen. Read More »

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The Motorsport Industry Association’s (MIA) 10th annual Energy Efficient Motorsport Conference enjoyed a record audience from the automotive, motorsport and wider high-performance engineering industry.

Enthusiastic discussions focused on such topics as future opportunities for autonomous racing, the entertainment vs. technology balance in motorsport and the continued exploitation of new cutting-edge technology and energy efficient capabilities of motorsport in parallel industry sectors.

Delivered in association with AVL, the event took place at Birmingham’s NEC on the eve of Autosport International (Wednesday 13 January 2016), with the MIA heralding the strong attendance as a positive sign for a successful 2016.

This is the world’s only conference focused on race-bred energy efficient innovation, and brought together internationally-recognised names from the automotive and motorsport worlds. This elite audience heard experts discuss the development trajectory for both sectors over the coming five to ten years. Read More »

– Three young hopefuls take on BRC Junior category in 185hp Vauxhall ADAM R2s
– Driver’s names announced at last week’s Autosport International Racing Car Show
– International team from Australia, Sweden and Southern Ireland

Vauxhall Motorsport has finalised its Junior Team for this year’s British Rally Championship, and is looking forward to a successful season with the Vauxhall ADAM R2, which is making its competition debut on British soil. Read More »