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Daily Archives: August 31st, 2016

Mark Gamble, and co driver; Steve Link are heading to Ludlow this weekend to compete on the Event Signs Woodpecker Stages, at the wheel of their new Subaru Impreza N11.

Off the back of the crew’s last great outing in the Swift, on the Mini Epynt stages, where they finished a brilliant 8th overall, they are ready and raring to go and to try out something different.

This will be the 4th different Subaru that Gamble has used on as many events. Having hired all the past cars, it has always been tricky to learn and get to grips with them each time. Read More »

It was time to load up and head out again for Baggsy. A 28 hour road trip across Europe to the small town of Máriapócs, Hungary. Under the blistering Eastern European sun, it was time to get gnarly on the black top of RabócsiRing for the 2016 Drift Allstars Championship Final. Armed with his ultimate weapon, Baggsy was ready to push the limits of his V8S13 to finish the season the way he started it.

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BTCC Rockingham16bGordon Shedden, Sam Tordoff and Aron Smith scored a win apiece at Rockingham on 28 August, with the latter’s victory making it a record 12 different winners from eight different marques in the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

The title picture was further shaped during the three races with Tordoff leaving the Northamptonshire circuit just five points clear of triple champion Matt Neal in the overall standings. Read More »

– Top-level JCW Championship moves to British GT race package for 2017
– Major championship expansion across all classes
– MINI UK increases support for MINI Challenge in 2017


MINI Challenge will join the British GT Championship for the first time next year, cementing its place as one of Europe’s fastest-growing single-make racing championship. Read More »

BMH Student16aFor the last 10 years, British Motor Heritage (BMH) MD, John Yea, has ably campaigned an FIA-compliant MGB in a variety of classic motorsport formulae. What’s particularly noteworthy about the car is that it was created around one of BMH’s authentic replacement bodyshells and that its build team included an undergraduate student from Oxford Brookes University. Read More »