Daily Archive: October 28, 2017

Oct 28

Formula One teams Mexican Grand Prix qualifying report

Mexican Grand Prix Formula One qualifying report

150x80-flagworldf1Today’s report from Formula One teams & drivers in Mexico. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oct 28

WRC: Evans closes in on first win

Welshman remains on track for maiden victory at Dayinsure Wales Rally GB

Teaser ImageElfyn Evans is chasing a first home victory for 17 years and at the same time lending a massive helping hand to team-mate Sébastien Ogier in his quest for a fifth consecutive world title. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oct 28

Alonso: McLaren ‘surprisingly competitive’ ahead of Mexican GP

“We know it’s going to be a difficult race anyway”

2017-10-20_1953Fernando Alonso says he’s been pleasantly surprised by McLaren-Honda’s pace during Friday practice ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix but is still expecting the race to be used as a glorified test ahead of bigger opportunities in the final two races of 2017. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oct 28

WTCC: Why pressure is on Chilton in Trophy battle

FIA WTCC JVCKENWOOD Race of Japan

Why pressure is on Chilton in WTCC Trophy battleWTCC Trophy leader Tom Chilton admits he’s under a “bit of pressure” at FIA WTCC JVCKENWOOD Race of Japan this weekend. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oct 28

WRC: Neuville charges in SS10/11

The Belgian climbed to second in a Hyundai i20

Thierry Neuville surged passed WRC title rivals Sébastien Ogier and Ott Tänak at Dayinsure Wales Rally GB on Saturday in a desperate bid to keep his championship hopes alive. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oct 28

Sebastien Loeb gives his views on Wales Rally GB ahead of today’s Red Bull TV live broadcast

“The cars are really fast, the fastest WRC that has ever existed” – Loeb

Red Bull TV presenters Mike Chen, Nicky Grist and Sebastien Loeb at Wales Rally GBRed Bull TV goes live today at 11:50 (local time) with all the muddy gravel action on SS12 of Wales Rally GB, Gartheiniog 2. Local hero Elfyn Evans stormed into a surprise lead yesterday to head an M-Sport one-two-three – but can he hang on, over some of the stages he knows best?

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Oct 28

Turning up the heat: Pedrosa steals the show for pole at Sepang

Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix

Repsol Honda rider just 0.017 ahead of Zarco – with Dovizioso third and Marquez seventh. Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) topped an incredible qualifying shootout at Sepang International Circuit, with the front row split by only 0.024 seconds and the Little Samurai coming out on top.  Read the rest of this entry »

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