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Daily Archives: September 22nd, 2016

Roger Matthews and Tom Marrott have been confirmed as overall champions in the inaugural Fuchs Lubricants R.A.C. Historic Asphalt Rally Championship.rac-iom16b Read More »

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– Homegrown heroes kick-start countdown to Dayinsure Wales Rally GB
– Brenig Reservoir hosts popular media preview to Britain’s WRC round
– Welsh Government and Conwy Council reaffirm enthusiastic support
– New title partner Dayinsure eagerly anticipating forest-based thriller
– Media Accreditation for the October event closes on 28 September

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citroen-muller16Four-time World Champion Yvan Muller, who has been an official Citroën driver since midway through 2013, has announced that this season will be his last in the FIA WTCC. Currently lying joint second in the overall standings, the driver of Citroën C-Elysée WTCC No. 68 will be looking to hold on to that position in the last two meetings of the season in Shanghai and Qatar. Read More »

bac-hrowen16a– The one-of-a-kind Mono supercar by Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) will be sold by leading luxury motor dealer group, H.R. Owen
– H.R. Owen will present the Mono from a site shared with H.R. Owen Ecurie, the group’s new specialist non-franchised site in Cheltenham
– BAC joins H.R. Owen’s spectacular portfolio of supercar brands alongside Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Maserati, Rolls-Royce, Ferrari and Lamborghini
– BAC expanded its global reach in 2015, with new showrooms opened in Hong Kong and Japan, and H.R. Owen will further broaden horizons
– The BAC Mono single-seater supercar brings the most authentic racing experience to the road Read More »

malcolmwilson16 (147)Forest Enterprise Scotland, Forest Enterprise England and the MSA can confirm that they are able to advise rally organisers and competitors of new stage mileage rates from 2017.

The three-year agreement sees a stage mileage increase of five per cent over current rates in 2017, followed by additional five per cent increases in each of the following two years (a total increase of fifteen per cent over three years). Read More »