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Daily Archives: August 20th, 2019

After an unpleasant finish in Riga, Baggsy would step into the Drift Masters Round 5 weekend with a lot of weight on his shoulders. The team at SB Motorsport had been busy behind the scenes making sure the #PS13V8 was back to it’s former glory and ready to do battle!

Ferropolis, “The City Of Iron” is an open museum of huge old industrial machines in Gräfenhainichen, a city between Wittenberg and Dessau, Germany. It also plays host to the “Iron Drift King” events, and this past weekend saw Round 5 of the Drift Masters European Championship bring the noise. With Thursday and Friday seeing two days of practice for the DMGP drivers to get familiar with their surroundings. Saturday soon rolled around, and it was time to get down to business. Read More »

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Despite being in only his first full year competing in the Toyo Tyres British Rallycross Championship, Steve Brown has already bagged a podium in the BMW MINI Championship and will head to Bank Holiday Monday’s (26th August) round at Lydden Hill with his sights sets on a repeat performance during round five of the series. Read More »

Marty McCormack was on course for a season-best second place in the British Rally Championship last weekend at the Today’s Ulster Rally (17th August), before suffering a gut-wrenching off on the final stage of the event, forcing the TigerRisk Skoda Fabia R5 into retirement.

The Draperstown ace had shown an impressive pace during the gruelling nine-stage event which consisted of 93 miles of narrow and bumpy lanes surrounding the Newry rally base. Read More »