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Daily Archives: January 25th, 2019

Classic car enthusiasts can explore a wealth of traders, jumblers and service providers showcasing their wares. It’s the perfect place to meet like-minded hobbyists and pick up advice, hints, and tips from the people who know the ins and outs of these stunning marques.

Alongside will be some of the UK’s largest MG & Triumph car clubs exhibiting their members’ restored machines, or displaying interesting projects still a way from completion. In recent years, both trade and club exhibitors have had live restoration and maintenance tasks taking place on their stands, and this year promises to deliver even more action. Read More »

In a positive development for motorsport, the European Parliament’s Internal Market Committee (IMCO) has approved a report concerning the review of the Motor Insurance Directive (MID), recommending that motorsport should not be impacted by Vnuk, an insurance issue that has been looming over the sport since 2014.

Vnuk is a European Court judgement that has been threatening the future of all EU motorsport. It ruled that member states must look again at how they enacted EU motor insurance law in each country; the court’s interpretation would require all motorsport vehicles to have compulsory third party motor insurance. Read More »

– Britain’s Oliver Jarvis takes pole position for the world famous Daytona 24 hours.
– Mazda Team Joest’s pair of Mazda RT24-Ps will start in first and fourth place in tomorrow’s race.
– Oliver Jarvis’ pole time sets a new sportscar track record at Daytona.

Driven by Oliver Jarvis, the No. 77 Mazda RT24-P lapped the Daytona International Speedway road course faster than any other car in history in Thursday’s qualifying for the Daytona 24 Hours. Jarvis not only captured the overall pole position but broke the 26-year-old course record on the 3.56-mile road course. Read More »

More details on the events in the the 2019 FUCHS LUBRICANTS Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship have been announced for a seven-event calendar covering both gravel and asphalt events.

Five top quality gravel events, covering Wales, Kielder and Yorkshire along with the closed-road challenge of the Ulster Rally and the asphalt roads of the Epynt ranges on the Harry Flatters Rally make up the nicely-spaced calendar. Read More »