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Brightwells of Leominster to host Roger Albert Clark Rally

Brightwells of Leominster to host Roger Albert Clark Rally

The Herefordshire town of Leominster will be the focus of British motor sport in November when the 2017 Roger Albert Clark Rally is based at Brightwells.

Mini Festival returns to Oulton Park this Saturday

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Mini Festival returns to Oulton Park this Saturday

Mini Festival returns to Oulton Park with a bumper programme of themed racing, car club activities, and off-track attractions this Saturday (19 August). For just one day, the picturesque Tarporley venue will be devoted to Britain’s most popular compact car, with Mini racing, Mini displays, Mini competitions, and much more. The on-track show will be […]

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HSCC plans ahead for Historic Formula 2

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HSCC plans ahead for Historic Formula 2

The Historic Sports Car Club has re-affirmed its commitment to Historic Formula 2 for 2018 and beyond and is already well advanced with planning the 2018 calendar. Building on a successful 2017 season, which has already featured 35 cars, next year’s HSCC Historic Formula 2 FIA-sanctioned International Series will run at a series of high-profile […]

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Next TV date for 2017 BHRC

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Next TV date for 2017 BHRC

The TV coverage of rounds five and six of the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship will first be screened on Thursday 17 August at 4.50pm on Motorsport TV.

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No Stopping The Jaguar XJ220 Birthday Celebrations

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No Stopping The Jaguar XJ220 Birthday Celebrations

Customer sales started in June 1992 – hence the 25-year milestone – and the dramatically-styled, mid-engined, two-seater supercar was not only Jaguar’s fastest ever production car (an accolade it still holds today) but also the fastest production car on earth, officially clocked at a then peerless 212.3 mph

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Paint and Polish – Sienna Comes Together

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Paint and Polish – Sienna Comes Together

I visualised exactly the shade of red required to make the Sienna offer the promise of performance without actually being able to deliver; packing a mere 850cc. After reviewing the colour charts at suppliers Mountspace Chichester (01243 789191) the decision was made and 3 litres of their finest was made up and once collected I headed home to compare against the car, certain in my choice.

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Reaching For The Stars

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Reaching For The Stars

Despite a licence to start more than 50 cars per race, such is the Classic’s incredible popularity that many grids were still massively oversubscribed

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HSCC Racing At Croft Nostalgia

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HSCC Racing At Croft Nostalgia

Reigning Historic champion is Andrew Park from Millom in Cumbria and he has already staked a major claim for a second title with a mighty opening part of his 2017 season

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Smith Heads Fuchs R.A.C. Historic Asphalt On Epynt

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Smith Heads Fuchs R.A.C. Historic Asphalt On Epynt

The Fuchs Lubricants R.A.C. Historic Asphalt Rally Championship is organised by the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club and is a dedicated asphalt championship for all categories of historic stage rally cars.

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A Look At The Legend Of The Dodge Challenger

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A Look At The Legend Of The Dodge Challenger

The evolution of a car brand is always a fascinating thing to view at from the privileged position of the 21st century. With a century-and-a-half of automotive history behind us, we can see how automakers have revived and rebranded names over the decades. The Dodge Challenger, best known as a legendary pony car with an outlaw-attitude that seemed to match the cynical ’70s, had its origins in the 1959 Silver Challenger as a two-door passenger car. How did it go from an economical sedan to one of the fastest cars on the road? That is the story of a making a legend, from the 1970s to today.

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