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Four Contestants Selected From Nigeria for Ranger Odyssey Boot Camp

The excitement and anticipation for the 2015 Ford Ranger Odyssey is building rapidly, and the action has spread across numerous African countries, including Nigeria which held its in-market selections on Friday 29 May. Following the initial call to action, which received around 800 entries, twelve finalists were chosen to take part in the Ranger Odyssey evaluation in conjunction with local ...

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Le Mans: Audi Fast but Unfortunate

Audi has continued its string of podium results in the 24-hour race at Le Mans but missed taking the 14th victory it was aiming for in the world’s most famous endurance place in positions three, four and seven. The tally of the brand with the four rings remains impressive. In all 17 Le Mans runs, at least one Audi team ...

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Porsche Victorious at Le Mans

Mission accomplished: Porsche has achieved its 17th overall Le Mans victory at the 83rd running of the famous 24-Hour race in a perfect way with a one-two finish. Drivers Earl Bamber (NZ), Nico Hülkenberg (GER) and Nick Tandy (GB) won the coveted trophy in their innovative Porsche 919 Hybrid exactly 45 years after Porsche’s first overall win at La Sarthe ...

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Red Army Conquers Russia

The sun managed to break through the cloud cover to raise the temperature for race day at the Moscow Raceway. With FIA President Jean Todt looking on, Yvan Muller and José María López lined up on the first row of the grid for race one. Yvan Muller got off to a flying start, beating his teammate to the first corner. ...

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Photographer, Others Win Odyssey ticket to South Africa

By: ROTIMI ASHER A 31-year-old professional photographer, named Ugochukwu Onuiri, last Friday, clinched number one ticket to represent Nigeria at this year’s Ford Ranger Odyssey Contest holding in South Africa later in the year. Other winners, who will also be in South Africa, include Fawole Moyo and John Amadi. The three competitors were declared winner at completion of the event’s ...

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Monaco: Lewis Hamilton Loses to Nico Rosberg

Lewis Hamilton has lost at  the Monaco Grand Prix,  because of a strategic error by his Mercedes team, handing Nico Rosberg the win. As reported by BBC Sports, Hamilton controlled the race until Mercedes pitted him after a late safety car following Max Verstappen’s crash. Team-mate Nico Rosberg and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel did not stop and passed Hamilton before he ...

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