It took more than 18 months to arrange, but on Friday 18th September we finally found out which of the world’s greatest hypercars is…
When Discovery poached Channel 5’s flagship series Fifth Gear back in January, it was part of a big push to increase the channel’s investment in the UK, with the promise of “terrestrial-sized” budgets for original programme commissions.
It’s a measure of the strength of Honda Team Dynamics, that within the space of a few hours, Gordon Shedden was back out and ready for Saturday qualifying after his car burst into flames during the first practice session for this weekend’s British Touring Car Championship round at Snetterton.
MG Motor has caught the imagination of more than just Auto China visitors today, with its new MG Icon Concept. Fans on the car maker’s Facebook page are already pledging their support to buy their own Icon, should MG decide to bring it to production.
MG Motor UK will join the BTCC grid this year with its MG6 GT model – built to the Next Generation Touring (NGT) Car regulations by one of the BTCC’s most successful constructors, Triple Eight Race Engineering.
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.
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.
Matt Neal qualified on pole position for the opening round of the 2011 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at the Brands Hatch circuit in Kent.
Filipe Albuquerque delivered a thrilling performance to eclipse 15 superstars of motorsport and win The Race of Champions individual drivers competition at his first attempt on an exciting afternoon in Düsseldorf.
In front of a packed ESPRIT arena the Portuguese driver overcame World Rally champion Sébastien Loeb 2-1 in the best-of-three Grand Final on the specially-constructed parallel track to earn the title of Champion of Champions.
The annual Race of Champions (ROC) returns to Germany this weekend (27-28 November) for the first time in 21 years, and there are several exciting new additions to the event – both in terms of cars and drivers.
The duo of Jason Plato and Matt Neal are used to braving it out on track and then verbally going at it afterwards but…
Our 3rd competition of the year at Silverstone offers tickets to a superb action-packed ‘Top Gun’ weekend of BTCC and Air Display action.