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Daily Archives: March 18th, 2019

– Customer team 59Racing secures historic first-ever pole positon and race win for the McLaren 720S GT3
– Victory at Melbourne’s Albert Park for the track-only Super Series model on competitive customer debut
– Race wins and further podium finishes for McLaren 570S GT4 in Australia and United States

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Duns rally driver Garry Pearson opened his KNC Scottish Rally Championship campaign with a superb second overall at last weekend’s Border Counties Rally in Jedburgh (16th March).

Pearson and Welsh co-driver Dale Bowen overcame almost biblical conditions in the Kielder and South of Scotland forests to secure a solid start to his season in the Asset Alliance Group & George Anderson Builders backed Ford Fiesta R5. Read More »

Welshman Tom Cave scored his first BRC win in a four-wheel-drive car with victory on the West Cork Rally. Read More »

The 19-year-old has proved rapid on occasion during his first two seasons in Europe’s most competitive single-make saloon car championship, but this year is determined to put together a consistent set of strong results.

He is a former Champion of the Junior Fiesta series and, in Westbourne, he has a team that in 2018’s Clio Cup often proved to be the outfit to beat – its lead driver James Dorlin won an unrivalled six out of 18 rounds and very nearly also the title. Read More »

Renault F1 Team began the 2019 FIA Formula 1 World Championship with a solid points finish courtesy of Nico Hülkenberg’s seventh place in the Rolex Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park, Melbourne.

Nico made an excellent start from eleventh on the grid, rising to eighth on the opening lap before driving a conservative race to the flag in seventh place, a repeat of the result recorded in Australia last season. Read More »

– Hyundai Motorsport customer BRC Racing Team has today launched a two-team campaign for the 2019 WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup season
– Two Hyundai i30 N TCR cars were revealed for a quartet of drivers, including reigning champion Gabriele Tarquini, Norbert Michelisz, Augusto Farfus and Nicky Catsburg
– The ten-round WTCR series, entering its second season, begins in Morocco next month and will be preceded by the official championship launch in Barcelona next week. Read More »