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Daily Archives: October 9th, 2018

– Aston Martin Racing targets podium at Fuji Speedway with Vantage GTE
– Far East phase signals start of team’s FIA WEC championship push
– Reigning GTE Am champions seek second win of Super Season

Aston Martin Racing’s new FIA World Endurance Championship challenger – the Vantage GTE – heads East in search of its first podium this weekend, as the Super Season goes racing at Fuji Speedway in Japan. Read More »

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Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT has come away from Wales with clear proof that the C3 WRC is competitive once again. On a surface where you need to adapt to the constantly changing levels of grip, both drivers showed great pace with Craig Breen only narrowly missing out on a spot on the podium. Read More »

British Driver Louise Cook made her debut on the British round of the World Rally Championship this weekend; Wales Rally GB. The event is notorious for some of the most tricky rally conditions anywhere in the World, with the inconsistent grip levels and ever changing conditions. Read More »

Julian Reddyhough and Gus Pope have achieved a convincing victory in Bespoke Rallies’ inaugural Pyrenees 1000 event aboard an Aston Martin DB5. A new four-day contest of, as the name suggests, 1000km, the regularity rally began and ended in Pamplona, Spain (as in The Running Of The Bulls), and passed through some of Europe’s most stunning mountain scenery, including areas of France and Andorra. Read More »