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Daily Archives: March 24th, 2017

DS Virgin Racing heads to Mexico City determined to prove the true pace of their car and drivers in the fourth round of the 2016/17 FIA Formula E Championship.

Despite a second place finish for Sam Bird in Marrakesh, the season so far has not been a true reflection of the team’s capabilities. After being in a position to win in Hong Kong before technical difficulties ended Sam’s race, and having had its drivers top of the timesheets in both practice sessions in Buenos Aires before each experienced difficult qualifying sessions, the team is determined to achieve a race result in Mexico City in line with the undoubted pace of its car and drivers. Read More »

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– 16 strong crew working around-the-clock at all 13 rounds


So you switch on your app or computer and suddenly there they are: Mike Chen and friends, hosting Red Bull TV’s World Rally Championship coverage from every corner of the planet, whenever you want to watch it. But how does it work? Read More »

After difficult opening round of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) last weekend, Barnsley rally driver David White will now compete against the best in the world as he contests the Tour De Corse next month.

The two-time Group N National Asphalt Rally champion has made the switch to a Ford Fiesta R2 for 2017 and as well as mounting an assault on the BRC4 category of the BRC, has aspirations to contest events across the world this season. Read More »

Louise Cook, from Kent, the only female in the World Rally Championship has opened up about feeling pushed out. The 29 year old listed her FIA WRC Production Cup trophy on eBay to make the first round this year after two major sponsors delayed their plans 5 days before the entry fees deadline. The supporters crowdfunding donations poured in to save the young drivers hard earned trophy and even helped her to compete in the first event. On returning from the rally Louise had more bad news, the sponsors marketing plans are delayed further. Read More »