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Daily Archives: June 8th, 2016

Nissan pre-Le Mans16– Hoy ready for Le Mans debut
– Nissan dominates field at Le Mans
– LM P2 domination – Nissan leads the class since 2011

Le Mans, France – Olympic cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy is ready for his 24 Hours of Le Mans debut after completing a successful day behind the wheel at the annual Le Mans Test Day yesterday at Circuit de la Sarthe. Read More »


– Track-only McLaren 570S Sprint to make global dynamic debut
– Examples of the three tier McLaren model Series to take to the famous Goodwood Hill run
– McLaren to honour key motorsport milestones in Indy 500, Formula 1™ and Can-Am

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BHRC16 SVS CThe special award winners from the fourth round of the 2016 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Severn Valley Stages (Saturday 4 June) have been announced following the rally that also featured the fourth round of the Holton Homes Clubmans Challenge.

The Holton Homes Clubmans Challenge is for crews using a maximum of six tyres per rally. The top overall finishers from the Clubmans Challenge field were Ben Friend and Cliffy Simmons, who finished seventh overall in their Pinto-powered Ford Escort Mk2. It was another tremendous performance from one of the youngest drivers in the championship. However, it was a close contest as only one place behind were James Potter and Bob Duck after their best result of the season so far. Read More »

WorldRX16 pre_HellThe Norwegian town of Hell will host the fifth round of The 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy – NAF World RX of Norway – which takes place this weekend at the Lankebanen circuit (10-12 June).

Out of the 44 Supercars competing at Hell RX, 18 will race in the World Championship while the remaining 26 will compete for points in the second round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship (Euro RX). Read More »

Wales Rally GB16 Chester– Dayinsure Wales Rally GB tops special Chester Rally Week
– Autograph and selfie sessions on the city’s Eastgate
– Official rally podium Time Control on Bridge Street
– Popular pre-rally Forum moves to Chester Racecourse – scene of Colin McRae’s 1995 success

The FIA World Rally Championship will return to the heart of the historic city of Chester for the first time in 20 years on 28 October. Read More »

The Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club Ltd has taken the decision not to organise an alternative event in November 2016.

The response to the initial announcement about a 100-stage mile event took the club by surprise with the amount of positive feedback from more than 50 people who took the time to write in and I would like to thank each and every one of them. All the comments are read to gauge what the feeling is for the future of the Roger Albert Clark Rally. Read More »