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Daily Archives: September 27th, 2017

• Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi in Audi e-tron FE04
• Progressive livery and new powertrain with only one gear
• Daniel Abt becomes Audi factory driver, Allan McNish team principal

Audi has tonight presented the Group’s first ever all-electric racing car in Neuburg, Germany. The Audi e-tron FE04 embodies the company’s transformation from a classic automobile manufacturer to a forward-looking mobility provider on the race track. Read More »

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The Endurance Rally Association’s inaugural Blue Train Challenge reached a dramatic conclusion in Cannes as the Cadillac that had been leading right from the start of the five-day rally ‘fried a wheel bearing’ and had to retire on the final regularity. This gave the win to Richard and Tom Jeffcoate in the 1938 Riley 16/4 Special. Read More »

A new date, a new route and a partnership with Rally 2WD will give the Red Kite Stages a new look for 2018.

In a break with tradition, this popular forest event from Amman and District Motor Club will move to the forests of South Wales on Saturday 23 June and will run to the innovative new Rally 2WD format, with all the two-wheel drive cars running first on the road. Read More »

Spectator information for the 2017 Roger Albert Clark Rally has been announced, with extensive access for fans across most of the special stages on the 10-13 November rally.

With over 100 entries confirmed, including at least 15 from mainland Europe, the event is shaping up to be one of the most talked-about rallies on the year. Competitors will tackle 300 stage miles in Wales, England and Scotland, taking in many classic forest special stages. Final times for the special stages will be published on the event website: http://www.racrally.org Read More »