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Category Archives: Circuit Racing

• Following its dominate display in New York, DS Virgin Racing are confident they can continue their winning ways during the final Formula E rounds of the season in Montreal on July 29 and 30.
• Jose Maria Lopez returns for season finale. Read More »

• Just days to go before the dawn of another unmissable blockbuster
• Packed grids, special anniversaries and great entertainment for all ages
• Top Ten attractions at the world’s biggest classic motor racing festival
• All tickets must be purchased before 5pm on Thursday, 27 July

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• Final list includes top names from sport, showbiz, music and TV
• From Take That to Top Gear via Dragons’ Den and Olympic Gold
• Raising funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK
• All tickets for the Classic must be purchased in advance

World and Olympic champions, chart-topping musicians, best-selling authors and familiar figures from TV and radio will all be on the star-studded grid for the inaugural Celebrity Challenge Trophy Race at this month’s eagerly-anticipated Silverstone Classic (28-30 July).

The stellar big-name line-up features no fewer than five gold medal-winning athletes. These are topped by Jason Kenny CBE who, along with fellow track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy, is Britain’s most successful Olympian having amassed no fewer than six gold medals. Read More »

Formula E a platform for the mobility of the future and a technological laboratory for BMW iNEXT and other future generations of BMW i models.

• BMW drivetrain to be used by the Andretti Formula E works team from Season 5 (2018/19) onwards.
• New, integrated development approach in the field of electromobility with BMW i.
• BMW i Motorsport is a central component in the BMW Group’s strategic realignment on the racetrack. Read More »

• Silverstone Classic appoints a new Official VIP Courtesy Car Partner
• Fast and efficient transport for VIP guests, competitors, and media
• Premium and specialist vehicle rental, leasing and sales company showcases its passion for cars
• All tickets for the Classic must be purchased in advance

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• Brazilian only ten points behind championship leader going into the finale
• Fourth and fifth places after two comeback drives in New York
• Team mate Daniel Abt struck by great misfortune on both days

Audi driver Lucas di Grassi scored 22 points in both races during the Formula E premiere in New York. Read More »

• #67 and #66 Ford GTs finish the ‘6 Hours of Nürburgring’ in fifth and sixth positions respectively.
• Ford Chip Ganassi Racing drivers, Andy Priaulx (GB) and Harry Tincknell (GB), retain 11-point lead in Drivers’ World Championship.
• Ford stands second in Manufacturers’ World Championship, level on points with Ferrari

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• British racer amasses impressive 53-point tally to head into season final as a championship contender
• Double win and double podium for DS Virgin Racing to round off weekend and team’s largest ever points haul
• Inaugural New York Formula E race hailed huge success with sell-out crowds Read More »

Renault Sport Formula One Team equalled its highest result of the year so far as Nico Hülkenberg brought the R.S.17 home in sixth position in today’s British Grand Prix. Nico started from a season-best fifth and had a strong race to claim a valuable eight points for the team. Brit Jolyon Palmer had a disappointing end to his home Grand Prix as he stopped on the formation lap with a loss of hydraulic pressure. Read More »

Renault e.dams enjoyed a strong race in the New York City double header and penultimate round of the FIA Formula E Championship. The fourth place from Pierre Gasly and the sixth position for Nico Prost allow the team to extend their lead in the Teams’ standings by 65 points over their nearest rival and Séb Buemi to remain on top of the Drivers’ championship with an advantage of 10 points. Read More »