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Daily Archives: April 6th, 2018

Former New Zealand Junior Rally Champion Craig Marshall, his brother Nick and their cousin David Proud spearhead the three-car Window Factory Marshall Motorsport team heading for Sol Rally Barbados 2018. With their two familiar Peugeots and a new-build Group B Ford Fiesta, the trio represent the strongest entry yet to make the 28,000-kilometre round trip from the other side of the world.

Sol RB18 will run from Friday to Sunday, June 1-3, with The Rally Show and Flow King of the Hill (KotH) the previous weekend, May 26/27. With the entry closing date (April 27) just three weeks away, crews on both sides of the Atlantic are finalising their plans. Including island competitors, nearly 70 are now listed in the on-line entry on the official web site,, including 19 four-wheel-drive cars. Read More »

– All-electric series makes inaugural visit to Italian capital on Saturday, April 14 for round seven of the FIA ABB Formula E Championship
– Team continue title push in both drivers’ and teams’ championship
– Race shown live and free-to-air in UK on 5Spike

From cobbled streets to Rome’s world-famous monuments, the Italian capital is set to host the inaugural Formula E race on April 14, with the DS Virgin Racing team looking to maintain its title bid in both the teams’ and drivers’ standings. Read More »

– Formula E celebrates premiere in the Eternal City in race seven of the season
– Team Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler focuses on another podium finish
– Champion Lucas di Grassi: “Italy is like a second home for me”

Formula E is arriving in Europe. On Saturday, April 14, the electric racing series will make its debut in the streets of Rome. The German Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team with Daniel Abt and Lucas di Grassi wants to focus on further success in Italy’s capital city. Most recently, they scored victory in Mexico and a second place in Uruguay. Read More »

They’re used to competing at the highest levels of motorsport, but that didn’t stop three of Britain’s brightest young racing talents being left almost speechless after experiencing the sheer power of a Supercar as raced in the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy at Silverstone last week. Their exploits will be broadcast on Sky Sports F1 during this weekend’s coverage of the Bahrain Grand Prix.

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Foreword from Renault Sport Racing Managing Director, Cyril Abiteboul

In Australia, there were a number of strong points; reliability, performance and the final result.

We did not have any reliability issues in Renault Sport Formula One Team, nor our two partner teams. The performance of the team was more or less where we expected and hoped for the first race. Ultimately the result was good; the first time that we have had both cars in the top ten since our return, and the first time in the history of Renault that six Renault-powered cars have finished in the points. Read More »

Heveningham Hall Concours d’Elegance has announced some exciting early entries including Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason’s Ferrari 250GTO and Maserati T61 Birdcage for this year’s event which takes place on Saturday 30th June & Sunday 1st July.

Once again, the emphasis is on displaying 50 of the world’s finest and rarest cars on the dramatic Kim Wilkie-designed grass terraces in the 5,000 acre parkland of Suffolk’s finest Georgian mansion, along with a separate aviation concours featuring some of the world’s rarest aeroplanes. Read More »