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Daily Archives: July 21st, 2017

With 2016 Scottish two wheel drive Champion Grant Inglis not returning to defend his ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) title in 2017, the battle to become the new king of the class was blown wide open.

The series began in Inverness with the Snowman Rally, and it was local man Dougal Brown who would make the fastest start in his Ford Escort Mk2. Brown took the top spot ahead of Marty Gallagher and Thomas Gray who enjoyed a scintillating battle in their front wheel drive R2 cars to take second and third respectively. Read More »


– Both MINI John Cooper Works Rally cars complete penultimate 2017 Silk Way Rally stage
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul finish ninth to maintain 10th place overall
– Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen cross the line in 11th after a challenging stage

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• Following its dominate display in New York, DS Virgin Racing are confident they can continue their winning ways during the final Formula E rounds of the season in Montreal on July 29 and 30.
• Jose Maria Lopez returns for season finale. Read More »

– Two MINI John Cooper Works Rally tackle Baja Aragon
– Mikko Hirvonen (FIN) teams up with Andreas Schulz (GER)
– Jakub Kuba Przygonski (POL) and Xavier Panseri (FRA) join forces
– Orlando Terranova (ARG) ad Paulo Fiuza (PRT) compete in MINI ALL4 Racing

A host of experienced drivers and navigators will take on the challenge of the Baja Aragon this weekend in Spain for Round 7 of the World Cup for FIA Cross Country Rallies.

Three MINI cars will be among the competitors at Aragon this weekend; two MINI John Cooper Works Rally crewed by Mikko Hirvonen (FIN) with co-driver Andreas Schulz (GER) and Jakub ‘Kuba’ Przygonski (POL) with co-driver Xavier Panseri (FRA) and one MINI All 4 Racing driven by Orlando Terranova (ARG) with co-driver Paulo Fiuza (PRT). Read More »

• Timo Salonen reunited with title-winning Peugeot 205 T16
• Stig Blomqvist back behind the wheel of Ford RS200
• Two winningest drivers from rallying’s Golden Age
• Catch five of rallying’s greatest names renewing old rivalries

The full and final line-up of iconic cars to be driven by the five legendary ‘Rally Gods’ at next month’s IGNITION, Festival of Motoring in Glasgow (4-6 August) is now confirmed. Read More »

• Just days to go before the dawn of another unmissable blockbuster
• Packed grids, special anniversaries and great entertainment for all ages
• Top Ten attractions at the world’s biggest classic motor racing festival
• All tickets must be purchased before 5pm on Thursday, 27 July

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• With just two days to go, Cyril Despres/David Castera keep fighting to maintain their healthy 45-minute overall lead over their closest pursuers on the Silk Way Rally, with teammates Stéphane Peterhansel/Jean-Paul Cottret watching their backs carefully.
• The leading duo aboard the Peugeot DKR #100 had a scare on today’s 12th stage, when they got stuck on a sand dune and, a couple of kilometres later, lost power steering, meaning they were classified eighth-fastest on the stage. This cost them 20m30s on the stage but only 11m to their closest pursuer in second place overall. The Peugeot DKR #106 driven by Stephane Peterhansel was able to offer assistance, limiting the time loss on the stage, and was classified 10th on the stage. Another example of great team work, with team spirit high in the final push to the finish. Read More »

Local ace Neil Williams head the contenders in the 2017 Fuchs Lubricants R.A.C. Historic Asphalt Rally Championship into round four, the Harry Flatters Rally on Sunday 30 July. Read More »

The 2017 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship stays on asphalt for round six, the Harry Flatters Rally (Sunday 30 July). After this event, there is a summer break before the season continues on the closed public roads of the Isle of Man.

The Harry Flatters on the challenging Epynt ranges in Wales is an important round of the season-long battle between current BHRC leaders Nick Elliott and Dave Price and defending champions Jason Pritchard and Phil Clarke in a contest of Ford Escort Mk2s. Read More »