It was never going to be straightforward. Scripts for the British Touring Car Championship tend to be written with scant regard for the form…
While Formula One is widely acknowledged as the pinnace of four-wheeled motorsport, most people would agree that it’s not the best place to watch…
Rick Osborn talks with Ferrari’s F1 test driver Jules Bianchi about F3, GP2 and his hopes for F1.
It has been some time since we last reported on the the British GT championship. Our European trips to cover the ADAC 24 hours…
With production of the Exige S at Hethel now well underway, Lotus has turned its hand to producing a harder, faster and more track-ready version, due to be launched at this weekend’s Lotus Festival at Brands Hatch.
At the close of the two hour race at Brands Hatch, Manuel Cintrano and Javier Morcillo recorded their fourth win of the Britcar MSA British Endurance Championship (BEC) series in their Mosler MT900R, though only after contact in the closing laps with Andy Schulz’s Ferrari 430.
Here is a name for you. Jann Mardenborough. He’s 20 years old. He has no fear. And by God can he pedal..
Young people today don’t know what they’re missing. When I were a lad (well perhaps a bit older than a lad) we watched 500bhp Ford Sierra Cosworth’s battle it out with E30 M3s and even the occasional R32 Nissan GT-R. That was touring car racing.
There are few sights as mesmerising as a convoy of iconic supercars growling their way through the streets of London. Thousands of horses straining to be unleashed, clutches smouldering in frustrated anticipation; “look” I heard a young boy shout excitedly to his father, “an Enzo”.
The following article was produced by Kevin Mc Glone of Red Square Images, a part-time photographer and full-time car enthusiast whose passion for motorsport takes him all over Europe in pursuit of the perfect shot. He’s got a particular knack for capturing the vibe from endurance racing, so look out for him snapping away at next month’s Le Mans 24 Hours and the N24.
If you happen to see this particular white van on the road, you might want to think twice before attempting to blow it away at the lights. You see, this is Ford’s one-off Transit SuperSportVan (SSV) – the mutant offspring of engineering project designed to showcase what’s possible after rummaging around in the Ford parts bin.
This weekend saw the opening three races of the new 2011 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season, and fans discovered that in the 5-month hiatus since last season the competition had lost none of its close-fought rivalry, or its thrills and (plenty) of spills.