Motor Sports

Superb Campbell Celebrated at Shelsley Walsh

Malcolm and Donald Campbell were honoured at the Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb during Classic Nostalgia with a fabulous display of cars, including the Napier Bluebird replica. Gina Campbell and Don Wales joined in the Midland Automobile Club’s celebrations as the family’s Speed Records were put on display. Eight cars associated with the family surrounded the middle of the paddock, a ...

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Silverstone Classic : World Bike Legends Return in Force

World GP Bike Legends are returning to this weekend’s Silverstone Classic (28-30 July) with a spectacular showcase featuring world champions, British champions, TT heroes and some of the most famous names from motorcycling racing history. After their massively popular and super successful debut at last summer’s standout festival, the Bike Legends will again be delighting fans of two-wheel motor sport ...

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Rally Finland Preview: Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Trio of Finns Ready to Fly At Home

The TOYOTA GAZOO Racing World Rally Team is ready to take on the fastest event of the season, Rally Finland (July 27-30), with its trio of home-grown drivers: Jari-Matti Latvala, Juho Hänninen and Esapekka Lappi. Rally Finland is famous for its fast gravel stages through forests, featuring large jumps and numerous crests. Many of these are located on corners, making ...

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Rally Experts Help Rover Novices Secure the American Dream on Pan-AM Rally

A completely novice rally crew has secured the ‘American dream’ by winning their first ever endurance event, The Pan-Am Classic Rally, journeying from Savannah, South Carolina, to Seattle, Washington, over 21 days. Karl Caddick and Steve McKay, from Dorset, had never rallied before meeting with Rally Preparation Services (RPS), who prepared their 1970 Rover P5B for the incredible 5,900-mile Journey. ...

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Peugeot Pulls Off a Coup in Dunes, With End of Silk Way Rally in Sight

Peugeot drivers were relieved to get through the final day of complex dunes on the Silk Way Rally, achieved in consummate style as it was another one-two for the Peugeot DKR. The penultimate leg of the rally was widely acknowledged as perhaps the trickiest of the entire event, but Peterhansel and Despres enjoyed a strong one-two formation finish, both drivers negotiating ...

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Hamilton Aims For Silverstone Four-Timer

Lewis Hamilton will head to Silverstone for this weekend’s British Grand Prix with the circuit as much in the headlines as the home hero. Both have said “no” to Formula One at the start of a big week in Britain — Hamilton the only driver to snub a major event in London on Wednesday and Silverstone calling time on the ...

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Peugeot DKR Maxi: 3rd Victory on 4th Stage on Silk Way Rally Epic Day

Wednesday’s  leg of the Silk Way Rally through Kazakhstan was the first one to be split into two sections, underlining the length and complexity of the stage. Extreme weather conditions added to the challenge, with torrential rain turning the roads into an apocalyptic mud bath and the stage into slippery skating rink. As a result, several competitors got caught out, ...

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Peugeot Dream Team Continue To Lock Out The Front

The third stage of the Silk Way Rally presented very different conditions to the two shorter stages seen before: extensive gravel tracks and short grass, with dry weather as opposed to the earlier deluges. The stage was also much longer: 329km forming a mental and physical endurance test that lasted over 3h10m – twice more than yesterday- and was completed ...

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Hamilton Still Has “Utmost Respect” For Vettel

Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton said he still had “the utmost respect” for Formula One title rival Sebastian Vettel after accepting a public apology from the Ferrari driver on Thursday. Speaking to reporters at a crowded Austrian Grand Prix news conference, the two men addressed a “road rage” controversy that has dominated the headlines since the June 25 race in ...

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