NASCAR notes from the Toyota Save Mart 350

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The dust has finally settled from NASCAR‘s stop in Sonoma, California. While the race was uneventful for the most part, it was a thrilling finish. In years past, road course ringers were brought into to run these tracks. This was much to the delight of our Cup regulars. Most drivers dreaded these tracks. They found […] READ MORE


Victory For Porsche At Le Mans

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Following the historic and world renowned 24 hour race around the infamous race track of Le Mans, it was Porsche who ultimately secured victory after a long and gruelling race. This victory marked Porsche’s 18th overall win at the race, marking further success in the WEC. Victory For Porsche At Le Mans After 24 hours of […] READ MORE


Toyota Rugby Sponsorship Creates Partnership

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At the end of the 2014 season and after losing a number of players because of limited funding, Free State Cheetahs (Pty) Ltd established a program whereby players could play in Japan during the Currie Cup season and return to play for the Cheetahs Super Rugby franchise at the conclusion of the Japan league.  By […] READ MORE



F1 Manufacturer Mayhem: Monitoring the Marques on the Move

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Confirmation that Renault is returning to Formula One by taking over the money-starved Lotus F1 operation has finally arrived. Meanwhile, rampant rumors of other big names coming back to or entering the premier open wheel series in the world has created F1 manufacturer mayhem. It’s time to look at the prospects of five big names […] READ MORE


A 6 Hours of Silverstone Experience Review

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It was a very cold and dreary Friday morning when I walked to Ipswich Train Station for what was the start of a long journey for my first taste of a World Endurance Championship event in the flesh. Having navigated London I arrived at Northampton where I was introduced to the people I would be […] READ MORE



2014 in Motorsports: A Truly Exciting Year

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With 2014 all but finished, here is a look back at the year 2014 in motorsports, which saw four British drivers crowned champion in four world categories, the arrival of some fantastic talents, and others falling. There were also a number of losses in the motorsport world too. January 3rd: Formula One legend Michael Schumacher […] READ MORE


Does the WEC Need More Mainstream Coverage?

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For many, sportscar racing is a welcome escape from the complex imbroglio of Formula 1. It does away with the political friction and questionable leadership, and prefers to focus on making the series the most competitive world championship motorsport has to offer.  In recent years sportscar racing has had an administrative overhaul, with the re-creation of the World […] READ MORE


Toyota on the Verge of Breaking Audi's WEC Stronghold

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The World Endurance Championship (WEC) has been dominated by Audi ever since it came about three years ago. For the first time in the short history of the championship, they look to be overthrown by their rivals. Toyota, who have dominated much of the season can take both the Drivers’ and Manufacturers’ Championships in LMP1 […] READ MORE