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Daily Archives: August 17th, 2017

• Watch Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) take to the Isle of Man for a festival of track and road fun behind the wheel of the Mono supercar
• An army of 12 Monos hit the island as part of a customer experience bonanza, enjoying specially closed roads around the stunning island with like-minded enthusiasts and BAC staff
• The Isle of Man offers the perfect setting for extreme sports, and the brand new video shows how the BAC team put its picturesque scenery and ultimate driving roads to great use
• Watch the Monos in action here:

The Isle of Man is famed for offering the best driving roads in the world, and BAC teamed up with the Government to show valued customers exactly what the stunning island and scintillating supercars have to offer. Read More »

London’s Motorsport at the Palace, a two-day event celebrating all eras of motoring, returns on Sunday 27th and Monday 28th August 2017 for an August Bank Holiday showdown with over 200 cars spanning over 100 years of motoring expected to be in action.

Held at Crystal Palace, one of the oldest venues used for racing in the world and the first place from which live televised motor-racing was ever broadcast, the event attracts motorsport fans, classic car and bike enthusiasts from around the world. Read More »

Barnsley rally driver David White will make the trip to Northern Ireland this week as the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship returns from its summer break at the Ulster Rally (18/19 August).

The Two4Motorsport pilot will resume his assault on the championship after a turbulent season which has seen both class wins and unforced retirements. White, along with co-driver son Mathew will be aiming to take BRC4 honours in the Mirage Vape Stores backed Fiesta R2 and will be looking to repeat their victory at last month’s Nicky Grist Stages in Wales. Read More »

The 2017 Roger Albert Clark Rally will feature a rare mixed-surface special stage during the opening leg of the four-day rally in Wales on Friday 9 November.

The fifth stage of the Welsh leg will feature 2.5 miles of asphalt, followed by 4.5 miles of gravel on the Epynt stage. For those familiar with the Epynt ranges, the stage will start at the western end of the Burma Road and head to the Llandeilo’r Fan triangle before switching to gravel by joining the stage often known as Route 60. Read More »