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Daily Archives: May 25th, 2018

Ninety crews – one shy of the record entry in 2012 – will contest Sunday’s (May 27) Flow King of the Hill, the final shakedown ahead of Sol Rally Barbados 2018 (June 1-3). Last year’s winner, Jamaica’s Jeff Panton, Britain’s Paul Bird and island legend Roger Skeete, who have won seven of the 10 previous editions of KotH between them, will go head-to-head in a battle for supremacy that truly captures the spirit of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) premier event – a showdown between local, regional and international drivers.

The provisional running order published today (May 25) lists the 90 starters in 14 classifications, with Group B split to accommodate the rare presence of eligible four-wheel-drive cars. As before, the results of Flow KotH will be used to seed Sol RB18 – drivers who either don’t compete or fail to set a time will be seeded behind the last car in their class, unless safety considerations dictate otherwise – but the event takes on even greater significance for local drivers this year, as the opening round of the 2018 Flow Super-Sprint Series, a new stand-alone BRC Championship. Read More »

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The FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy has signed an agreement with WTF1, one of the fastest growing online motorsport platforms in the world, to become World RX’s digital media partner.

The partnership will begin from this weekend, with the Cooper Tires World RX of Great Britain, the fourth round of World RX 2018 being held alongside the Speedmachine festival at Silverstone in the UK (May 25-27). Read More »

The Brabham BT62 has been designed and engineered to conquer the track and reward its driver with blistering lap times. Read More »