Skip navigation

Daily Archives: July 18th, 2017

• Japanese sports car specialist AC Minds has become the exclusive distributor for Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) in Japan
• BAC has had a strong relationship with AC Minds since 2014, having previously worked as a distributor for southern Japan
• In that time, AC delivered an impressive seven Mono supercars – leading BAC to reward it for its commitment and excellent results with full exclusivity in the country
• AC Minds has signed a new two-year deal with the Liverpool-based manufacturer and will continue to bring the ultimate driver’s car to the performance and quality-focused Japanese market Read More »

Advertisements

– Both MINI John Cooper Works Rally cars (#101 & 105) finish Leg 10 in top three
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul cross the finish line in second
– Third place finish for Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen to return to top three overall

Read More »

The race to be crowned the 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) Challengers victor has once again proved to be a closely fought affair, with four drivers in the hunt for the title with just two rounds remaining.

The SRC Challengers category made its debut in 2016, catering for any driver who has finished in the top 10 of an MSA event in the last 10 years no more than once. Scott McCombie and Mark Fisher took the spoils last year, but such is the pace in 2017, the front-runners are often found to be beating the current title holders. Read More »

• Final list includes top names from sport, showbiz, music and TV
• From Take That to Top Gear via Dragons’ Den and Olympic Gold
• Raising funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK
• All tickets for the Classic must be purchased in advance

World and Olympic champions, chart-topping musicians, best-selling authors and familiar figures from TV and radio will all be on the star-studded grid for the inaugural Celebrity Challenge Trophy Race at this month’s eagerly-anticipated Silverstone Classic (28-30 July).

The stellar big-name line-up features no fewer than five gold medal-winning athletes. These are topped by Jason Kenny CBE who, along with fellow track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy, is Britain’s most successful Olympian having amassed no fewer than six gold medals. Read More »

• After a brief ‘day off’ in Urumqi, China, yesterday, the Peugeot Dream Team aboard the Peugeot DKR and Peugeot DKR Maxi made their return to competitive action on the Silk Way Rally today. Stage nine proved to be a tough one to kick off the second week: four hours of intense racing with the 50 first kilometres run on sand and then the next 370 kilometres taking place over rough terrain.
• Stephane Peterhansel took an impressive stage victory but Sebastien Loeb crashed at kilometre 82. Cyril Despres has taken the lead of the Silk Way Rally and is now 44 minutes ahead of his closest pursuer after finishing fifth on the stage. Peugeot claimed its eighth win from nine stages and maintained the overall lead, having gone to the top right from the first day. Read More »