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60th Season of the BTCC is Underway

Brands Hatch on the 07-08 April 2018 was the venue to kick start the 60th season of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Championship and to celebrate, TOCA unveiled a thirty-two-strong car field of various manufactures and teams at the Media Day on 27 March 2018. As certain drivers had moved away due to different reason, such as Gordon Shedden to WTCR and Audi, the BTCC had retained a line-up worth talking (more…)

Repeated Performance of 2017 Bags West MSN Rally Victory

The racing season in Norfolk got underway on the 18th February 2018 as the venue of Snetterton was transformed into eight competitive stages for round five of the 2017/18 Motorsport News MSN Rally Championship, hosted by the Anglia Motorsport Club. It had been over a month since the teams last took the track at Brands Hatch and yet again, entries were booming creating a mixed field of Historic Rally (more…)

WRC History Made in Wales

The Forests are alive with the sound of…. No not Music, engines. That’s right, engines! Every October the Welsh landscape and forests come alive to the thrills, spills and noise of the WRC – The World Rally Championship. The penultimate round of the 2017 season was the 73rd running of Dayinsure Rally GB and would potentially see the conclusion of an immense title challenge, headlined by reining multiple (more…)

Honda the Team to Beat in BTCC

Championship leader was Matt NealAfter a two week break since the opening round, the British Touring Cars was back, as Donington Park in Leicestershire hosted round two of the 2016 season. The action at Brands Hatch in early April had been pretty eventful, especially with thirty-two cars; however the longer straights at Donington would spread them out without losing the thrill that the BTCC is famous for. One thing that was for certain (more…)

Beechdean Create GT4 History

GT4 Championship could have been won by Beechdean AMRThe penultimate round of the 2015 British GT Championship arrived in Norfolk on the 22nd and 23rd August, with the GT4 title on the verge of being settled. Leading the way was the Beechdean AMR pairing of Jamie Chadwick and Ross Gunn, with the youngest pairing in the series being the most consistent in GT4 whilst challenged by Gavan Kershaw and Oz Yusuf in the ISSY Racing Lotus Evora. With the gap (more…)