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Daily Archives: January 30th, 2017

And that from a rock ‘n’ roller bluesman who’s never been to the Barbados Rally Carnival, but probably heard about it…barbados-pre17a Read More »

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msa-night-of-championsFIA President Jean Todt and FIA Deputy President (Sport) Graham Stoker crowned the 2016 MSA British Champions during the MSA Night of Champions ceremony in London on Saturday (28 January).

MSA Chairman, Alan Gow, hosted the winners of UK motorsport’s most prestigious titles for the annual awards evening at the Royal Automobile Club. They were joined by a series of special award winners, each recognised for outstanding achievement. Steve Rider returned as Master of Ceremonies and was once again joined by colleague Louise Goodman. Read More »

omologato-maranello17aOmologato Watches is proud to announce a new chronograph – Maranello – dedicated to the Ferrari, the world’s most revered race team.

In 1947, Enzo Ferrari established Scuderia Ferrari. The prancing horse has become synonymous with success and victory, however its history is tinged with tragedy. 14 years after its inception, the Scuderia won its first constructors championship in Formula One with Phil Hill at the wheel, winning 5 out of the 8 races along the way. Victory in Formula One was instrumental in funding outings at Le Mans and other motorsports series in order to build respect and brand reputation. Read More »

ford-daytona17b– Joey Hand, Dirk Müller and Sébastien Bourdais drive to GTLM class win in riveting battle of manufacturers
– Ford GT has now won its category in both the Rolex 24 At Daytona and the Le Mans 24 Hours
– Ford GTs finished p1, p5, p7 and p10

It didn’t seem the 55th-annual Rolex 24 could get any more exciting for Ford Chip Ganassi Racing. All four Ford GTs were united, competing together on one track for the first time since the Le Mans 24 last year. The team qualified p1-2-3 in GTLM. Then came the final 30 minutes of the race. Read More »