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Daily Archives: July 27th, 2017

A bold new initiative has been launched in a bid to rekindle support for gravel rallying for historic and two-wheel drive cars. Read More »


• The curtain rises on the biggest motor sport show on Earth
• More records set to tumble at this weekend’s huge festival
• The big numbers all adding up to another blockbuster

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• Honda NSX GT3 race car available to customer teams globally from 2018
• Body shell and engine to be built alongside the road-going production NSX in Ohio, USA
• JAS Motorsport to assemble cars and support racing programmes in Europe, Asia and South America
• Honda Performance Development (HPD) to coordinate North American racing
• M-TEC (Mugen) responsible for customer support in Japan (plus trackside support for engine in China) Read More »

• Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is gearing up to bring Mono Mania to Scandinavia by taking on the iconic Atlantic Road Trip
• Exclusively invited by the Atlantic Road Trip powers-that-be, BAC will deploy a Mono from Copenhagen, Denmark, north through Norway to Trondheim and back south to the finishing line in Stockholm, Sweden
• The trip will be just BAC’s second assault on Scandinavia and first time in Denmark and Norway, giving the communities a rare chance to catch a glimpse of the world’s only road-legal, single-seater supercar in action
• Atlantic Road Trip offers an epic adventure on the most picturesque and driver-focused roads in the world – making it the perfect playground for the Mono
• BAC is taking on the Atlantic Road Trip from 15-19 August

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• 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 five legendary ‘Rally Gods’ starring at next month’s IGNITION, Festival of Motoring in Glasgow (4-6 August) not only will be reunited with their iconic rally cars from yesteryear but also will reigniting old rivalries in a spectacular shoot-out in some of today’s greatest sports cars. Read More »

• Sébastien Loeb and the Groupe PSA Brands have together built a dense and eclectic set of awards over more than 15 years, becoming the most successful driver in motorsport.
• To continue an audacious alliance, this exceptional driver will now showcase his talents for DS Performance, Citroën Racing and Peugeot Sport.

The creation of PSA Motorsport, bringing together the Peugeot Sport, Citroën Racing and DS Performance entities at Versailles Satory, will shortly be celebrating its first anniversary. Read More »