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Daily Archives: September 19th, 2018

Dino Zamparelli enjoyed another successful weekend in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB as he took pole position, a race victory, and a fifth-place, to open up an eight-point lead for Nationwide Accident Repairs at the top of the championship standings.

Showing strong pace all week, Dino had high hopes of a good day and waltzed to victory in race one, but a late fluid leak gave him a scare in race two. Read More »

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Progressive British rally co-driver Phil Hall overcame some of the toughest conditions ever experienced in the FIA Junior World Rally Championship to secure sixth place at Marmaris Rally Turkey, finishing the season in 10th overall in the series last weekend (13-16 September).

The 29-year-old from Mansfield guided fellow Briton Tom Williams to an equal-best JWRC result on the rough and boulder-laden Turkish roads as the ultra-competitive single make series reached its climax after five hard fought rounds in Europe. Read More »

The 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally will be the toughest yet, with 300 stage miles in five days of rallying when the 12th edition of the rally runs in November 2019. Read More »

Former Fiesta ST Trophy champion Sam Bilham is set the to tackle the toughest event on the British rallying calendar after lodging a last-minute entry to contest Wales Rally GB National (5th/6th October).

The 2016 English Rally Champion has secured a deal to drive a Ford Fiesta R2 on the gruelling event which takes in two days of the FIA World Rally Championship qualifying event in Deeside near Chester. Read More »