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Daily Archives: January 11th, 2019

– Autosport International, the world’s premier pre-season motorsport show, wowed crowds on day two of the four-day event with a full grid of big name racing drivers
– Dedicated Autosport Engineering trade event comes to a close with sell-out show
– Former F1-driver David Coulthard took to the Autosport Stage alongside Esmee Hawkey and Sarah Moore to talk about the ground-breaking new W Series
– The stage also played host to BRDC British Rising Star and double amputee racing driver Billy Monger
– Elsewhere the HSCC celebrated the 50th anniversary of F5000 with a raft of stunning historical machines
– Saturday marks the launch of the WRC, with attendance from all of the drivers, co-drivers and team principals competing in 2019
– See all the Autosport Stage interviews live this weekend and buy tickets at: http://www.autosportinternational.com Read More »

– Hyundai Motorsport has outlined its ambitions to compete for the FIA World Rally Championship manufacturers’ and drivers’ titles in 2019
– Revised crew line-up sees Thierry Neuville and Andreas Mikkelsen tackle the complete season with Dani Sordo scheduled for eight rounds and Sébastien Loeb for six.
– Under new Team Director Andrea Adamo, Hyundai Motorsport will contest its most comprehensive season in WRC to date with 14 rounds, including a new event in Chile.

On the eve of the official WRC season launch at the Autosport International show, Hyundai Motorsport has outlined its intentions to compete once again at the very forefront of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), with its sights set firmly on the manufacturers’ and drivers’ titles. Read More »

– First customer team in Europe to announce plans to run new McLaren 720S GT3 race car
– Multi-car McLaren deal will see both 720S GT3 and 570S GT4 running in Teo Martín colours as part of exciting future talent development programme
– Collaborative technical internship launched, with Teo Martín personnel working at McLaren Customer Racing headquarters in Woking, Surrey
– McLaren Customer Racing relationship with MSI Bio-Performance Center in Spain also established Read More »

Max Coates (Scorton) and Ethan Hammerton (Northallerton) will race for Team HARD in 2019’s Renault UK Clio Cup the squad has sensationally announced this morning.

Team HARD currently competes in a number of race categories including the British Touring Car Championship – 2019 will mark its debut in the Clio Cup, Europe’s premier single-model saloon car arena. Read More »