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F1 to sparkle under the lights of Singapore GP

Who will light up Singapore this weekend and who will be left in the dark? Its round 14, the Singapore Grand Prix, and TOM WILKINSON reports. The sun has now set on the European season, many of us are hoping the lights of Singapore will shine on a number of rumours and gossip in the […]

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Toyota to enter new GT-86 in Britcar 24-hour

TOYOTA is returning to the race track in September for one of Britain’s most challenging motorsport events – the Britcar 24 Hours. The company will be entering a race-prepared version of its new Toyota GT-86 car in the Production Class of the Silverstone event. Famous for its exploits in the British Touring Car Championship with […]

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German Grand Prix marks half-way point of season

AFTER an enjoyable trip to Silverstone with Team Lotus for the British Grand Prix, TOM WILKINSON looks forward the German race at Hockenheim. Round 10 of the 2012 Formula 1 World Championship brings us to Hockenheim for the German Grand Prix. I’m back from my holiday – and from a soggy Silverstone. What a weekend […]

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Button shows them how it’s done in Melbourne

After an exciting first qualifying session of 2012, the scene was set for a thrilling Australian Grand Prix. TOM WILKINSON reports on an exciting afternoon’s racing which, for the first race of the season, was surprisingly close. After a Dramatic Qualifying session on Saturday, the race on Sunday was set to be a thriller. There […]

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MX-5 production car wins first podium of season

The MX-5 production car driven to a podium finish by Mike Wilds at a wet Thruxton. MAZDA’S MX-5 production race car finished third in class in round four of the Britcar Dunlop Production GTN Championship 2011 at Thruxton Circuit. Despite qualifying a lowly fifth in class, the Mazda Financial Services and Motul backed Mazda MX-5 […]

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