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Daily Archives: October 30th, 2017

Second on the Wales Rally GB Power Stage, Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle once again illustrated the progress made by the Citroën C3 WRC on gravel. The Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT crew finished the rally in seventh place overall.

Sunday’s third and final leg of Wales Rally GB was something of a sprint finish, featuring five stages over a competitive distance of just 42km. The route included two runs on Alwen (SS17/SS20) and Brenig (SS18/SS21), split by a single pass on Gwydir (SS19). Read More »

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• MINI secures second and third at Baja Portalegre 500 2017, final round of FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup.
• Guilherme Spinelli places MINI in second place. Boris Garafulic follows to a hard fought third place.
• MINI and Jakub Przygonski celebrate second-place overall in prestigious FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup.

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Chesterfield rally driver Rhys Yates overcomes a host of dramas to secure a finish at Britain’s round of the World Rally Championship, Wales Rally GB.

In his second FIA World Rally Championship event this month, British rally driver Rhys Yates managed to secure a finish at his home round, Dayinsure Wales Rally GB last weekend (26-29 October), despite suffering a frustrating chain of events which kept him out of the WRC2 category challenge for honours. Read More »

– Sebastien Ogier takes his fifth world title
– Elfyn Evans seals his first win at Wales Rally GB
– Red Bull TV guest reporter Nicky Grist was there to watch it all
– Catch all the dramatic action for free on Red Bull TV

Third place on Dayinsure Wales Rally GB delivered Frenchmen Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia their fifth driver’s and co-driver’s title – putting them second in the all-time WRC rankings – while their M-Sport team also celebrated winning the constructors’ title for the first time in 10 years. Read More »

– Enjoy Illinois Route 66 partners with the Regent Street Motor Show
– Chance to win four nights in Illinois, the start of the Mother Road
– Cars and bikes from the past and future on display
– Celebrations, street entertainment and more… Read More »

– Round eight of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship takes place in Shanghai, China this weekend
– Ford Chip Ganassi Racing working hard in the fight for the world championship

The Ford Chip Ganassi Racing team heads east again this week for the penultimate round of the FIA World Endurance Championship. After a difficult weekend at Fuji, Japan, the team will have to pull out all of the stops to get back into contention for a championship win. Read More »

– Elfyn Evans makes history with popular win in Wales
– First victory for a British driver on home turf since 2000
– M-Sport crowned Manufacturers’ Champions
– Sébastien Ogier seals fifth Drivers’ title
– Huge crowds flock to the forests to witness the action Read More »

– Course car in the next MotoGP season will be based on the new BMW M5.
– Optimised driving dynamics: first Safety Car with innovative M xDrive technology.
– Debut at the 2017 MotoGP season finale in Valencia.

Innovative high-performance cars for safety at the highest level of motorcycle racing: the BMW M GmbH has remained true to this principle throughout nearly 20 years of partnership with the MotoGP organizer Dorna Sports, and as the “Official Car of MotoGP”. Read More »

After a good start to the Mexican Grand Prix, fortunes quickly turned for both Renault Sport Formula One Team drivers. After gaining one position at the start of the race and running as high as P4, an ERS problem forced Nico Hülkenberg into retirement for safety reasons. Carlos Sainz had an equally good start, moving up one position to P7. He pitted on lap two after a high-speed spin and later retired from seventeenth with a mechanical issue. Read More »