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Daily Archives: March 16th, 2017

The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship is speeding into 2017 with its most successful grid in history, as an extraordinary 16 race-winners and a whole host of eager challengers prepare to go head-to-head for the most coveted crown in UK motor sport.

For the second year in succession, a capacity 32-strong grid has been unveiled during today’s (16 March) annual Season Launch at Donington Park. Read More »

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Subaru and BMR Racing are delighted to announce that Josh Price will drive the fourth Subaru Levorg with the BMR Racing Academy in the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

After an outstanding season in the Renault UK Clio Cup Championship last year, Josh has been supported by the BMR Academy which is the stepping stone system created by BMR to assist drivers in the transition from Clio’s to the BTCC. Read More »

– Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has hosted its first ever Mono Ice Driving Experience trip in style by hitting the frozen lakes of Sweden
– Armed with three One-of-a-Kind Mono supercars, BAC powered and drifted along the Åre ice with specially selected clients and enthusiasts
– Co-founders Neill and Ian Briggs first laid plans for the highly acclaimed Mono with a dream of sharing its perfect driving characteristics with friends, and the Sweden experience saw that dream come true
– VIDEO: Watch the Mono in action on the ice here: https://youtu.be/EMlc9bCgHr8 Read More »

MSA British Rally Championship hopeful Rhys Yates will join forces with series sponsor, Prestone during his 2017 assault on the series.

The Chesterfield rally driver will pilot the Brettex Site Services Fiesta R5 in the high profile championship and aims to better his 2016 result of tenth in the series. Having set a handful of fastest times last season, Yates has already attracted the attention of a number of high profile brands for his 2017 BRC campaign and Prestone is the latest addition to the team. Read More »