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Daily Archives: November 5th, 2018

Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Llewellin ended his season in fine style by taking victory in the final round of the 2018 Swift Sport Championship at Silverstone at the weekend.

The 17 year old from Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire was battling for runner-up spot in the series after losing out on the title at the previous round and was once again driving for Peter Gwynne Motorsport (PGM) in the Suzuki Swift. Read More »

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The Motor Sports Association (MSA) and Scottish Motors Sports (SMS) have attended the second meeting of the motorsports on public roads advisory group in advance of a public consultation on developing new legislation facilitating closed-road motorsport in Scotland.

The findings of any consultation will assist and inform the development of future regulations allowing motorsport to take place on closed roads. It is part of an ongoing process, however all parties are optimistic that the initial public consultation will be published in the coming weeks. Read More »

Jack Young (Belfast) and Max Coates (Scorton) made it a famous 1-2 result for the Renault UK Clio Cup in the International Clio Cup Final event held at France’s Paul Ricard circuit yesterday.

The pair were among the very fastest as soon as they took to the track in Friday testing and from there became the two top names to beat out of a classy 90-strong entry comprising drivers from Clio Cup championships also in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Central Europe and China. Read More »

– Illinois Route 66 Regent Street Motor Show draws massive turn-out to the capital’s West End
– Premier shopping destination traffic-free for the UK’s favourite car show
– Full spectrum of motoring history from Victorian pioneers to the latest electric city cars
– Alan Titchmarsh hosted coveted winners’ awards ceremony for the Concours d’Elegance
– Perfect curtain-raiser to the famous Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run supported by Hiscox

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