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BTCC racer Andrew Jordan picks up his new MG3.

MG’s BTCC new race star Andrew Jordan picks up his car

MG’s new race star, Andrew Jordan, laid down the gauntlet when he visited the iconic Longbridge factory to mark the three month countdown to the start of the new season. Looking lean and mean, the ultra-quick driver who became the youngest ever champion in the history of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship when […]

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Suzuki shows off classic race machines

MOST bikers like nothing more than going out on a Sunday and meeting like-minded riders. And Suzuki has a treat for you all. The Japanese bike maker’s UK arm has teamed up with the famous Sausage Cafe to bring you something special. For the second time this year, Suzuki will join forces with the Northamptonshire […]

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Jaguar

Jaguar to build and sell 6 E-types

FOR a very lucky few there is now the chance to buy a new E-type Jaguar. The legendary carmaker has revealed that it is planning to build a further six examples of its prototype ‘new’ Lightweight E-type. Jaguar had announced in May that it would recreate six new Lightweights, each built by Jaguar Heritage, part […]

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historics

Classics for Christmas… or a gift at any time!

THIS year has seen many great battles taking place on race tracks around the country, indeed some veritable classics. Sometimes it’s taken for granted just what a great motoring history this country has. But there is one Midlands circuit which holds a commemoration of racing marques from the past… Donington Park. And the Derby area […]

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Mark Webber’s F1 retirement overshadows British GP

THE news that Mark Webber is leaving the Red Bull F1 team and retiring from the sport at the end of the season will cast a shadow over this weekend’s British Grand Prix for many of his UK fans. The straight-talking Australian is a popular figure in the paddock and one who has earned the […]

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Loeb

Citroen to enter the world of track racing

AFTER seeming to be almost invincible in the world of rallying for decades, Citroen has announced its intention to enter the world of track racing. And it is heading its campaign with arguably the greatest rally driver the world has ever seen — Sebastian Loeb. The competition arm of the French manufacturer has dominated several […]

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Renault

Renault goes retro with special edition hotshot

RENAULT has taken a nostalgic return to its roots for a new concept car. The Twin’Run aims to put the passion back into the hot hatch world and took its first laps in front of spectators at the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend. The legendary race circuit was considered to be the ideal setting for […]

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Aston martin

Speedster harks back to Aston’s racing heritage

NEVER shy and retiring in the looks stakes, Aston Martin has really pulled out all the stops in its centenary year. As part of its celebrations, the luxury sports car maker has unveiled the stunning looking CC100 Speedster Concept. Looking to the future, but with a look back at its illustrious past, the British brand […]

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