Extreme E NEWS & FEATURES OFF ROAD 

EXE | RD2 OCEAN X-PRIX 2021

Rosberg X Racing go back-to-back with second Extreme E victory after red flagged final Molly Taylor avoided first lap chaos before Johan Kristoffersson brought the car home to win the Senegal Ocean X-Prix for Rosberg X Racing. They were followed by Veloce Racing, the only other car to come out unscathed after incidents down the beach straight towards Turn 2. JBXE Racing claimed the final podium position by virtue of travelling a few hundred yards further than Team X44, after both teams had to retire their cars. The result means…

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Extreme E NEWS & FEATURES OFF ROAD 

EXE | RD2 OCEAN X-PRIX 2021 | QF

Extreme E Ocean X-Prix Saturday Round-Up: Team X44 set early pace and take Top Qualifier Lewis Hamilton’s Team X44 were the big winners from Saturday’s qualifying runs, followed by Rosberg X Racing. Sebastian Loeb and Cristina Gutierrez adapted best to the sand dunes of Senegal, seeing them take the top spot in qualifying by nearly 30 seconds. They were the only team to post sub-11-minute times in both qualifying sessions, with a 10:47.3 in Q1, followed by a 10:57.6 in Q2. They will be joined in Semi-Final 1 tomorrow by…

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NEWS & FEATURES RALLY WRC 

WRC | RD4 – VODAFONE RALLY DE PORTUGAL 2021

After sitting out of the calendar last year due to COVID, Round 4 of the 2021 FIA World Rally Championships, the 54th Vodafone Rally de Portugal not only sees a return for one of the original legendary World Rallies but also sees the return to gravel rallying for the first of four full gravel events this year. The opening leg of the rally proved a challenging one, with limited numbers of allocated tyres and a total of 122km over 8 stages there was no service, so making it back to…

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NEWS & FEATURES RALLY WRC 

WRC | PREVIEW | RD4 – VODAFONE RALLY DE PORTUGAL 2021

For the fourth stop on the 2021 FIA World Rally Championship tour, it’s a return to a European favourite, The Vodafone Rally De Portugal who has been hosting top-level rallying since 1973.With its Porto base in the North of the country, Rally Portugal also sees a welcomed return to gravel rallying, some 221 days since the previous gravel event in Sardinia last year. Photo: Hyundai Motorsport WRT Featuring 20 stages over 337km, rally Portugal will prove a tough one to predict a winner. From the past 5 World Rallies in…

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F1 NEWS & FEATURES RACE 

F1 | RD4 – ARAMCO GRAN PREMIO DE ESPANA 2021

So we saw Hamilton and Verstappen go wheel-to-wheel once again with Verstappen managing to barge his way into the lead at Turn 1, after making a better start than Hamilton. After the race Hamilton said he gave Max Verstappen room, stating he was thinking of the long game; if he hadn’t we may have seen both cars in the gravel at turn 1. We also saw Bottas lose a place to Leclerc who moved his Ferrari up to 3rd. Photo: RedBull Racing Being Barcelona the race was not as exciting…

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BTCC NEWS & FEATURES RACE 

BTCC | RD 1/2/3 – THRUXTON 2021

The BTCC returned this weekend for the start of the 2021 season, throwing the drivers in at the deep end at the quickest track on the calendar at Thruxton. Add in the mix some inclement weather and it didn’t disappoint in regards to talking points and good racing. Photos: BTCC It didn’t take long for the action to get started, (Pole man) Ash Sutton got a great start but going into the complex was tapped into a spin by his closest rival from last season Colin Turkington, a move that…

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F1 NEWS & FEATURES RACE 

F1 | RD3 – PORTUGAL GRAND PRIX 2021

Bottas was starting on pole in Portugal after a great qualifying lap, a mistake from Max Verstappen gave the Mercedes 1st and 2nd on the grid and the Redbulls 3rd and 4th. Photo: Mercedes AMG PETRONAS F1 Team In 5th Sainz started on the softs with everyone in front on the mediums. In the opening lap, we saw Stroll move up to 16th and Norris up two 6th with Sainz passing Perez. A blistering start from Ricciardo saw him eat up 3 places into 13th. Bottas held onto 1st with…

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BTCC NEWS & FEATURES RACE 

BTCC | 2021 SEASON PREVIEW

There is a new season to look forward to and plenty of changes with a few departures, some old faces re-joining and new deals, drivers and cars to look forward to and hopefully spectators too. One of the biggest departures from the series sees Matt Neal leaving the BTCC after making his debut in 1991, along with his teammate from last season Dan Cammish who makes a return to the Porsche Carrera Cup. Photo: Team Dynamics MotorSport The first replacement (at Team Dynamics) is a former 3-time champion, Gordon Shedden.…

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