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Daily Archives: July 11th, 2017

– Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen complete Leg 4 in seventh place to maintain fourth overall.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul excel again to finish Leg 4 in second and continue their climb up the rankings.

Bryce Menzies (USA) and co-driver Peter Mortensen (USA) put in another display of consistency during the two special stages of Leg 4 special. At the end of the combined 373.22km off-road distance, the American duo in the #105 MINI John Cooper Works Rally was credited with seventh place to maintain their overall fourth place ranking. Read More »

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• New enhanced spectator experience is a winner with fans
• More affordable and relaxed hospitality upgrade on Saturday
• Dedicated parking, viewing, catering for great value

Organisers of this autumn’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB have announced the introduction of Rally Xtra at the Cholmondeley Castle RallyFest.

Rally Xtra provides fans with a premium experience, including a morning bacon roll, hearty hot lunch, convenient parking, dedicated toilet facilities, free tea and coffee, pay bar, commentary and a private viewing area from which to watch the world championship action. Read More »

• JD Classics comfortably won the Snetterton Historic Touring Car Challenge at the weekend, in the team’s Ford Cologne Capri
• It was the first time JD Classics had competed at Snetterton since winning the Autosport 3-Hour race there in 2014
• The team’s powerful 1973 Ford Cologne Capri, driven by Chris Ward, took victory by more than a lap Read More »

It is one of the highlights in the Formula E calendar: this weekend (15/16 July), the electro racing series will take place in New York for the first time and will hold two races in front of the Manhattan skyline. Lucas di Grassi and the ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport team come to the USA as hot pursuers.

The race in the heart of Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty as an impressive backdrop: The anticipation for Formula E’s first appearance in New York is huge. Read More »

This year’s Nicky Grist Stages (8-9 July) proved to be a huge success, with spectators enjoying great weather and spectacular high-speed action, competitors rising magnificently to the challenge of a two-day mixed surface event, the event organisers Quinton MC running an incident-free rally and Builth Wells hosting fantastic town centre start and finish ceremonies.

With three rallies in one and competitors battling for points in 10 different championships, the mid-Wales event attracted 147 starters – all of which were flagged away from outside the magnificent Strand Hall in the heart of Builth Wells on Saturday morning. Read More »