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Daily Archives: February 2nd, 2017

arr-craibOne of Scotland’s leading haulage firms ARR Craib, have renewed their support of the MSA Scottish Rally Championship in 2017, becoming title sponsor of the series for the fifth year in a row.

Joining the Championship for the first time in 2013, the Aberdeen based firm have seen the series go from strength to strength over recent years and evolve into one of the most popular rally championships in the UK. Read More »

Organisers of this year’s Rally North Wales are tipping the event to be one of the “best yet” as the 1st April event releases its regulations for the Dolgellau based forest stage rally.luke-francis_small Read More »

omologato-surtees17aOmologato Watches is proud to produce a one-off timepiece to be sold for the Henry Surtees Foundation.

The unique watch is to be designed by motorcycle and Formula One champion John Surtees CBE and Omologato founder Shami Kalra where it will then be sold at auction. The entirety of proceeds will be donated to the Henry Surtees Foundation. Read More »

ford-le-mans-announce17c– All four Ford Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GTs to return to Le Mans to defend 2016 class victory
– 23 year-old Brazilian Pipo Derani joins Ford’s strong driving squad
– Scott Dixon, Sébastien Bourdais and Billy Johnson re-join full season drivers for Le Mans campaign

The ACO (Automobile Club de l’Ouest) today announced that the full squad of four Ford GTs will compete at the 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours, one year on from the marque’s triumphant return to the endurance race that everyone wants to win. Read More »

hmi-simulatros17– Crosthwaite & Gardiner and Nicholson McLaren Engines confirmed
– Racelogic offers modern technology to historic racers
– Laps of 1966 Monaco GP circuit from Classic Race Simulators
– Other new names include: Tech9 Motorsport, Schroth, Cobra and TTV

Historic Motorsport International has consolidated its pole position with more top names from the world of historic racing taking space at London’s newest exhibition. Read More »