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Daily Archives: February 2nd, 2018

Visitors to this year’s Donington Historic Festival (May 4, 5, 6) will enjoy three days of world-class historic motorsport from an outstanding line-up of grids featuring an incredibly diverse range of racing machines spanning nine decades. From pre-War sports cars to the Super Tourers of the early 2000s, and from single-seaters to gorgeous GTs, the action-packed event will have something to appeal to lovers of all eras of motorsport. Read More »

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– Former WTCC team set to join the new FIA WTCR series
– Rob Huff and Mehdi Bennani named as drivers
– Smeets: “Great to see another successful team turn to Volkswagen”

A big name and a successful team: Sébastien Loeb Racing, co-owned by record world rally champion, Sébastien Loeb (F), will put its faith in Volkswagen in the newly-formed FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR). Read More »

In a landmark development for Welsh motor sport, new laws facilitating closed-road events came into force today (2 February), following a long campaign by the MSA and the motor sport community.

The MSA spent several years campaigning for a change in the law to allow local authorities to suspend the Road Traffic Act for authorised motor sport events, without requiring individual Acts of Parliament. New enabling legislation commenced in England on 10 April 2017.

Following a further consultation, the Welsh Government has now published its own statutory instrument facilitating closed-road motor sport in Wales. As in England, it names the MSA and its sister governing body for two-wheel UK motor sport, the Auto-Cycle Union (ACU), as the authorising bodies for closed-road motor sport events. Read More »