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Daily Archives: March 2nd, 2018

– Scott Noh has taken over the position of Hyundai Motorsport GmbH (HMSG) President, based at the company’s headquarters in Alzenau, Germany
– Mr. Noh replaces Gyoo-Heon Choi, who is returning to Hyundai Motor to take up a new position, having steered the build-up of HMSG from scratch since the end of 2012
– Mr. Noh started his new role on March 1 with the overall responsibility of managing every aspect of HMSG from the WRC programme to its Customer Racing activities.

Hyundai Motorsport GmbH has announced a change to its senior management with Korean Scott Noh taking over the role of President, effective March 1. Read More »

This summer’s Nicky Grist Stages (Saturday 14 July) will be the only event in 2018 to run on the classic Welsh gravel roads in Halfway and Route 60 – while the Crychan stage is in prime condition and a brand new smooth, fast and flowing stage, which has never been used for rallying before, replaces the rested Monument test.

This year’s Quinton MC-organised event returns to its traditional one-day all-gravel format. The stages will be in excellent condition, as the Army has re-graded parts of the route after recent logging and other sections of the route will not have been used since Rally4Wales re-graded the roads following last year’s rallying. Read More »

Sol Rally Barbados is on target for a record turn-out of female competitors when the 29th edition of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) blue riband event is staged later this year. Former British Ladies Rally Champion Shelly Taunt and co-driver Julie Murphy will lead the International contingent, while Cheryl Spencer’s return for a 10th wedding anniversary celebration with co-driving husband Barry means there will be two female drivers on the entry list for only the second time in the event’s history.

Also confirmed today (March 2) are Jon and Alison Trenholme, who made their debut in the Caribbean’s biggest annual motor sport International last year; Taunt, Murphy, Spencer and ‘Mrs T’ bring to 13 the number of female competitors with confirmed entries, although not all have been made public, with up to 10 regulars not yet listed, so last year’s record of 18 is certainly under threat. Read More »