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Toyo Tyres British Rallycross rookie Steve Brown secured his maiden BMW MINI Championship podium on Sunday, taking third place at Pembrey Race Circuit at the fourth round of the series in South Wales (22-23 June).

With the weekend double-header counting for rounds three and four of the series, Brown overcame a difficult Saturday to bounce back to a third place in the final the very next day, meaning he heads to the next round back at Lydden Hill in fifth place in the series and just two points behind fourth spot. Read More »

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Rally turned Rallycross driver Steve Brown will aim to score the best result of his short circuit racing career this weekend as he heads to Pembrey for the third and fourth rounds of the Toyo Tyres British Rallycross Championship (22-23 June).

In his debut season contesting the ultra-competitive BMW MINI Championship, Brown has shown impressive form during both rounds so far in 2019 but unlucky Final performances have meant that he currently lies seventh place in the series. Read More »

Steve Brown enjoyed the best result of his circuit racing career last weekend at Lydden Hill, by taking taking fifth spot in the Toyo Tyres British Rallycross Championship BMW MINI final (21st April).

Brown took his Bellerby RX MINI to the impressive result, despite contesting only the second ever British Rallycross meeting of his career. Added to his opening round result at Silverstone in March, he now sits in sixth place in the hotly contested single make formula. Read More »

Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Constantine was hoping for more success in round two of the Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship this weekend at Lydden Hill in Kent but after a superb performance at the opening round at Silverstone last month, he couldn’t manage a repeat. Read More »

British rally driver turned Toyo Tyres British Rallycross Championship contender Steve Brown will be aiming for better fortune at Bank Holiday Monday’s Lydden Hill meeting (22nd April), after suffering a last-minute technical issue at the opening round of the series at Silverstone last month. Read More »

Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
ROUNDS 1-3: BRANDS HATCH INDY, 6-7 APRIL

The 2019 championship kicked off at Brands Hatch as Josh Cook, Andrew Jordan and Rory Butcher claimed a win apiece on a breathless afternoon of racing.

Cook won the opener after getting his tyre tactics spot on, as others switched to wet tyres with fog and drizzle shrouding the circuit. Jake Hill made his way into second, with Tom Chilton following him home. Read More »

Renault F1 Team faced bitter disappointment in the 2019 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix with both Nico Hülkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo retiring from points-scoring positions, three laps short of the finish.

Nico, who started from seventeenth on the grid, enjoyed an excellent start and climbed to eleventh by the end of the opening lap. On a two-stop strategy, he worked his way up to sixth before his retirement on lap 54 of 57. Read More »

Halfords Yuasa Racing heads into the opening rounds of the 2019 British Touring Car Championship in optimistic mood following a promising official test of its Honda Civic Type R race cars.

After a first season racing the latest FK8 version of the Honda Civic Type R in 2018, Team Dynamics, which runs Halfords Yuasa Racing, made the most of the winter break. Read More »

The 2019 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship is primed and ready for the opening event of the season at Brands Hatch next weekend (6/7 April), after the capacity 30-car grid completed a successful test day at the famous Kent venue.

Following Tuesday’s Season Launch evening at the beautiful and historic Hever Castle, the full line-up of drivers then descended onto Brands Hatch on Wednesday to take part in today’s official pre-season test session. Read More »

DS TECHEETAH driver Jean-Éric Vergne celebrated first race win of the 2018/2019 ABB FIA Formula E Season at the Sanya E-Prix in China.

After a thrilling start to DS TECHEETAH’s home E-Prix, Jean-Éric who qualified second, made his move to take the lead and it kept all the way to the chequered flag with an extremely strong drive. Meanwhile, his team-mate, André Lotterer who qualified in P7 made his way up the grid to finish in P4 in the closely contested race. Read More »