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Daily Archives: June 27th, 2017

As the only MH Motorsport BRC Junior category entrant in the rally, all eyes were on Solberg for the unforgiving event which was the first foray onto a sealed surface this season. Co-driven by Patrik Barth, Solberg now lies just ten points way from a podium position in the championship.

The Hampshire-based firm took four cars to the event across the English Channel but the round one winner would be the only pilot of the Ford Fiesta 1.0litre EcoBoost R2T in the team. Read More »

Facing undoubtedly the toughest challenge of their careers so far, the three-strong MH Motorsport Cadet category runners each completed to the notorious event, ensuring a 100% finishing record for the Hampshire-based squad. The 1.6 litre Fiesta R2 a weapon of choice for each crew.

Round four of the British Championship saw crews head across the English Channel to contest the notorious closed-road Ypres Rally. Read More »

– Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson insists he’ll be doing more than watching from the side-lines when he attends the forthcoming Formula E race in New York City, in support of his DS Virgin Racing team
– The all-electric race series makes its debut in the Big Apple on July 15th and 16th, marking the first ever time the city has hosted a two-day motorsport event Read More »

The Co Meath-based ALMC Stages (Sunday 2 July) is round five of the 2017 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship as the focus moves to the closed-road asphalt event in the Republic of Ireland.

The championship’s first visit to the Republic of Ireland for at least 15 years marks the start a run of four asphalt rallies as the schedule heads into the second half of the season. The event covers around 80 stage miles in three loops of stages. Read More »

Franco-Swedish outfit Team Peugeot Hansen is looking forward to a festive atmosphere and an expected turnout of some 40,000 spectators when it makes the short trip to Round 7 of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship at Höljes, Sweden, on July 1-2. Sébastien Loeb and Timmy Hansen will be hunting for their first victory of the season to earn extra points for the team which currently sits second in the provisional Teams’ standings. Read More »

– Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is gearing up to bring Mono mania to the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed with a show-stopping stand
– The Liverpool-based creators of the One-of-a-Kind Mono supercar will descend on West Sussex armed with three stunning cars for the stand and a whole host of exciting and entertaining features
– BAC will showcase Monos destined for BAC Scottsdale, Arizona, and BAC Canada, as well as a special-edition model designed in collaboration with BAC software partners Autodesk
– All eyes will be on the Mono away from the impressive BAC stand when it takes on the Goodwood Hillclimb, too, as Oliver Webb looks to reach the leaderboard summit behind the wheel of the 2017 model year car, which is set to make its dynamic world debut

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– British high performance leads the way with top picks in the shape of Aston Martin, Jaguar and McLaren supercars
– Followed closely by European exotica from Bugatti, Ferrari, Koenigsegg, Mercedes and a Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer
– American muscle completes the list with the Ford GT

Michelin presents the world famous Supercar Paddock once again at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (FoS) later this week. Now among the biggest attractions of the entire Festival, the central feature of the Michelin Supercar Paddock is the live stage, its presenters, Tim Harvey and Amanda Stretton, and most importantly, the supercars. Read More »