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Daily Archives: July 6th, 2020

Last weekend saw a successful return for motorsport on British shores, as competitive action resumed once again. 12 events signalled the resumption of motorsport on the opening weekend, after 110 days since the sport was stopped in its tracks by the coronavirus pandemic.

Proceedings got underway on Saturday 4 July with Motorsport UK CEO Hugh Chambers waving the green flag at Castle Combe for the BARC Championship Race Meeting. Further racing action took place at Snetterton and Cadwell Park circuits, with wheel-to-wheel Karting competition at Forest Edge in Winchester and Sorel Point in Jersey. After his visit to Castle Combe, Hugh Chambers hotfooted it to the South Oxon Motor Club meeting for the first Autotest in the country since the restart. Read More »

Manx Auto Sport regrets to announce that the 2020 PokerStars Rally scheduled for the 2nd/3rd October will not go ahead as planned, due to the uncertainties surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic. Read More »