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Daily Archives: January 5th, 2018

Britain’s Kevin Procter will “come back stronger” when he competes in Sol Rally Barbados for the 13th time this year, having equalled his best-ever result of fourth in Sol RB17. The flamboyant Yorkshireman confirmed his participation shortly after finishing second in last Saturday’s (December 30) Christmas Stages Rally at Croft Circuit in the north of England, where freezing overnight temperatures threw up some tough challenges for the 80-plus starters.

He will contest the Caribbean’s biggest annual motor sport international in the Procter’s Coaches Ford Fiesta, the third overseas entry confirmed for the WRC-1 category, joining the Subaru Impreza WRC S12Bs of Graham Coffey and Rob Swann, who finished eighth and second respectively in Sol RB17. Procter’s co-driver will again be Andrew Roughead, who sat with him in Barbados for the first time last year. Read More »

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• Seven MINI crews to contest Dakar 2018.
• Race debut of the all-new MINI John Cooper Works Buggy.
• Four MINI John Cooper Works Rally also spearhead MINI challenge to win Dakar – the greatest cross-country rally spectacle.

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Sam Osborne (Worksop) will contest a second full Renault UK Clio Cup season in 2018 with the team he switched to for 2017’s final rounds – WDE Motorsport.

Osborne showed real flashes of speed in 2017 with a best race result of fifth at Donington Park, a fastest lap at Oulton Park and 12th in the final standings. Read More »

– Return of Tin Top Sunday at the 2018 Silverstone Classic
– Celebrating 60 years of the British Touring Car Championship
– Spectacular showdowns for full spectrum of historic racing saloons
– Minis, Mustangs, Capris, Rovers, M3s, RS500s, Lagunas and more
– Cost-saving Early Bird tickets available until the end of March

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