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Porsche Carrera Cup GB rookie Seb Perez rounded off last weekend’s Donington Park meeting (28th/29th April) in style by taking his Amigos Tequila Beer backed 911 GT3 to a podium spot in the ProAm category.

After contact on the first turn, an early race spin sent him tumbling down the pack but the Chesterfield ace stormed from the back to grab second ProAm contender. Perez’ result was a highlight for the Amigos Team Parker Racing Team after a tough weekend at the Midlands circuit. Read More »

Chesterfield rally ace Steve Perez takes second overall at Rally Clásico Isla de Mallorca, but is chased down by son Seb who secures maiden rally podium in third.

Amigos Tequila Beer backed rally driver Steve Perez took his potent Lancia Stratos to an impressive second overall in last weekend’s Rally Clásico Isla de Mallorca (8-10th March) but was almost upstaged by son Seb, who took an emphatic third overall in his Ford Escort MK2, making it a two-three for the Perez family on the classic island event. Read More »

Amigos Tequila Beer founder Steve Perez steered his crowd-pleasing Lancia Stratos through 6 punctures to an impressive top twenty overall position and fourth in class on the longest and toughest event in the British Rallying calendar, the Roger Albert Clark Rally (10-13th November).

Perez, from Chesterfield and three-time event winning co-driver John Millington had dragged the familiar Amigos liveried Stratos up to just outside the top ten before yet another puncture would hamper progress throughout the final day, dropping them down the order and scuppering Perez’s goal of being first “non-Ford” home on the event. Read More »

Chesterfield’s Steve Perez guided his potent Lancia Stratos to an impressive seventh overall, third in Category 2 and second FIA registered contender home at last weekend’s Ypres Historic Rally in Belgium. Read More »

Dukeries 09 (1)Another dusty Dukeries but would it be the same if it wasn’t?! At the head of the field the rally was one of attrition as early leaders Will Nicholls & Nick Broom (Impreza WRC) retired on stage 2 and on stage 4 the new leaders Hugh Hunter & Andy Marchbank (Focus WRC) were on fire as they passed our position. Thankfully they stopped just up the stage to extinguish a small oil fire, the tell tale sign of transmission woes. Andy Burton & Shelley Rogerson (Peugeot Cosworth) would have inherited the lead had they not retired with a blown front diff, a junction further on in stage 4!

So Damian Cole & Tim Sturla lead at the halfway point, in their Accent WRC. But Steve Perez & Sam Collis pushed on in the afternoon, to take their Focus WRC to a 21 second victory over Cole. Six seconds back in third were Charlie Payne & Craig Thorley (Lancer WRC), edging out Dave Wright & Michael Wilkinson (Evo IX). Wright had been 2nd after stage 4 but wild with it. Still he now heads the Gold Star championship thanks to this result. Read More »