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Daily Archives: November 7th, 2016

DS Virgin Racing is determined to show what it can do in Marrakesh, after missing the opportunity to win the season-opener in Hong Kong. For the team, round two is all about capitalising on the undoubted pace of the car and drivers to get points on the board.

Despite both cars qualifying on the second row of the grid in Hong Kong, DS Virgin Racing came away without scoring any points in the opening race of the 2016-17 Formula E season. The team is focused on rectifying this at the second round of the championship, as Formula E makes its debut in Africa at the Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan.

Marrakesh is a track of significance to DS Virgin Racing, both to its drivers and engineers. “I’ve raced and won here three times before with the WTCC,” explains José María López. “It was a touch narrow. But then again, a Formula E car takes up less room than a WTCC car, so it should be a good fight.” Read More »

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hrdc-silverstone-classic-stars-b– Spectacular new showdown announced on Regent Street
– Theo Paphitis, Heston Blumenthal, Stan Boardman, Dennis Taylor and Neil Primrose ready to race
– Bike legend Wayne Gardner switches to four wheels
– Team captains to include touring car legends Andrew Jordan, Gordon Shedden and Robb Gravett
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seat-eurocup16a– The Dutchman wraps up a triumphant season with five wins, three Pole Positions and a third place
– Mikel Azcona (PCR Sport) wins the second race and is runner-up in the international series

The SEAT Leon Eurocup has a new ruler. Dutchman Niels Langeveld (Baporo Motorsport) placed his hands on the 2016 title of the SEAT Leon Eurocup at the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit in front of more than 12.000 fans that surrounded the Catalan layout. Read More »

Hundreds of thousands gather in London’s prestigious shopping street to enjoy the best on four (and occasionally three and two) wheels.


Motoring enthusiasts, shoppers and Londoners savoured a sunny but chilly Regent Street on Saturday (5th November) to discover the capital’s ‘Mile of Style’ had been turned into a time machine for the day. Read More »

– Positions five and six following various setbacks
– Audi maintains second place in the manufacturers’ standings


Audi proved its untiring endurance racing spirit in round eight of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in China. In spite of diverse adversities, the six drivers and the team never lost their concentration and in the end still managed to score 18 points. As a result, Audi defended second place in the manufacturers’ standings before the finale to be held in Bahrain in two weeks’ time. Read More »

Silverstone Classic will run a Celebrity Race for HRDC Academy cars at the Silverstone Classic 2017, July 21-23.

Following the success of the 2016 Goodwood Revival race, the HRDC has been invited to race its A30/A35 Academy cars at the largest historic race meeting in the world, which presents over 1,000 classic & historic racing cars on track. With the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit’s grid capacity of 58 cars, selection to this premier event will not be an issue. There will be room for all 50+ Academy drivers, ensuring a capacity grid! Read More »

– #67 Ford GT of Andy Priaulx and Harry Tincknell wins in China just three weeks after winning in Japan
– #66 Ford GT raced by Stefan Mücke and Olivier Pla takes the runner up spot after early race drama
– Teams’ title battle is now on for final round in Bahrain

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