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Daily Archives: March 16th, 2019

– Aston Martin shows best dry weather pace so far with new Vantage GTE
– New car maintains 100% finishing record with another double-points haul
– Team looks to Spa and Le Mans 24 Hours with increased confidence

Aston Martin Racing’s new Vantage GTE demonstrated front-running pace and mechanical reliability in one of endurance racing’s toughest environments; the famous Sebring Raceway. Read More »

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After historic rallying in the morning the afternoon saw us travel an hour and a half South to East of Herefore for the VSCC Herefordshire Trial. With a total of 4 hills to watch we took in Dean’s Place, with it’s fiendish stop/start at the 13 post, before heading over to the apple orchard farm based Chandos test. With the most modern car being a 1938 Allard 2 Seater Sports the VSCC machines really are tested to their limits. With over 100 cars entered there certainly is plenty to keep the spectators entertained and thankfully most crews finished the hills before the wet and windy weather finally took hold. Read More »

A crazy day of motorsport saw us take in the first 4 stages of the AGBO Historic Stages, at Weston Park. Leigh & Chris Armstrong (Escort MkII) held a slender 1s lead over Mike Simpson & Dale Gibbons (Escort MkII), after 4 stages. With the pair exchanging times over the next two stages they were tied with 4 stages to go. Simpson then took the initiative on stage 7 before Armstrong clawed back the lost time on stages 8 & 9. Going in to the final stage they were tied and it was Armstrong who went fastest by 4 seconds to take the win. Read More »