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Curtain Comes Down On Record-Breaking 25th Silverstone Classic

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Curtain Comes Down On Record-Breaking 25th Silverstone Classic

In celebration of the event’s momentous milestone, a special Silver Sunday Parade brought together more than 200 silver cars from Land Rovers to Lexus’, MGs to Mercedes and Saabs to Ssangyongs

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Marino Franchitti all set for his Silverstone Classic race debut

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Marino Franchitti all set for his Silverstone Classic race debut

Marino Franchitti is just one of the hundreds and hundreds of racing drivers all revved up for this weekend’s sensational Silverstone Classic (24-26 July). The 37-year-old Scot, though, has a very special reason to be exceptionally excited – he’s about to fulfil a dream. “I’m going to race an incredible car and I just can’t wait,” he enthused.

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Scarf And Goggles Awards To Honour Event Originators

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Scarf And Goggles Awards To Honour Event Originators

Paying tribute to the pair’s pioneering achievements in creating the blueprint for what’s now The World’s Biggest Classic Motor Racing Festival, the Stuart Graham ‘Scarf and Goggles’ Award will be presented to what’s judged to be the most admirable car competing at the Classic

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Watts Takes HSCC Historic F2 Double At Monza

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Watts Takes HSCC Historic F2 Double At Monza

Rounds three and four of the FIA-approved and HSCC-administered Historic Formula 2 Championship took place at the 62nd Coppa Intereuropa Storica Monza meeting

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Renault – Motorsport Feeds The Breed

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Renault – Motorsport Feeds The Breed

Renault will showcase over 115 years of motorsport history at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, this glittering history of innovation and success demonstrated by cars ranging from the 1902 Renault Type K to the 2005 Formula 1 Renault R25

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GT40 One-Two At Le Mans Legend

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GT40 One-Two At Le Mans Legend

Bernard Thuner, a veteran of three Le Mans 24 Hours races, was dominant in Claude Nahum’s GT40, Nahum having bowed out of sharing the car in the race subsequent to a hairy spin in Thursday’s qualifying.

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Lights Out For F1 And Group B Rally Cars At CPOP 2015

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Lights Out For F1 And Group B Rally Cars At CPOP 2015

Throughout the weekend a fascinating selection of retro racers will thrill the crowds as they compete for the fastest time.

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Mille Miglia Reflections: The 2015 #Jaguarmille Team On Film

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Mille Miglia Reflections: The 2015 #Jaguarmille Team On Film

In the year that Jaguar celebrates its 80th anniversary, the official Jaguar Heritage team headed to the start in Brescia with three C-types, three D-types, two XK120s and an XK140 driven by famous faces from the world of motorsport

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Silverstone To Sparkle With Silver Dream Machines

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Silverstone To Sparkle With Silver Dream Machines

The spectacular parade is open to everyone with a silver car – old or new – and has already attracted an amazing array ranging from a 1934 Austin Seven Special to the latest creations from legendary marques such as Land Rover and Aston Martin.

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Jaguar Celebrates Another Successful Mille Miglia

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Jaguar Celebrates Another Successful Mille Miglia

In total, well over 400 cars took part in the punishing four-day event, which started in Brescia, headed to Rimini on the east coast, before dropping down to Rome, back up to Parma – taking in historic Siena and Pisa on the way – before finishing back in Brescia.

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