Sébastien Ogier headed a Volkswagen Motorsport 1-2-3 after Friday’s opening leg of 72nd LOTOS Rally Poland
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If you enjoy Formula One, you need to be passionate about the Feeder Series’ to the pinnacle of the Motorsport Industry!
As part of National Motorsport Week Arden International is opening its doors and inviting motorsport enthusiasts to visit its Banbury Factory during the biggest Motorsport week on the British Calendar – the lead up to Formula One Weekend.
ACE revs up presence in The World of Motorsport with CMS
The Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) is launching an industry-changing relationship with The Canadian Motor Speedway (CMS) development in Fort Erie, Ontario with a goal to enhance motorsport in Ontario through specific services and advanced research, with aerodynamic and thermodynamic wind tunnel testing, engine and suspension tuning of race vehicles.
There are only a few tables left to attend the event June 4 at The Arsenal
Moisson Montreal is very pleased to have the Canadian Grand Prix from its donor partners for a second consecutive year and invites Montrealers to take part in the sixth annual gala dinner “Le Grand Soir” on Thursday June 4th.
The official signing will take place in the ACE Climatic Wind Tunnel on Tuesday, May 26
ACE at The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) is revving up its presence in the world of Ontario motorsport.
Mattias Ekstrom finished second, Johan Kristoffersson rounded off the top three.
Petter Solberg has won the Motorsport News World RX of Great Britain, round four of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy, and extends his lead in the overall Drivers’ Standings over Johan Kristoffersson to 29 points.
Europe gave Formula E the best possible welcome
Against a backdrop that has witnessed the exploits of the greatest legends of motorsport, the first championship for cars powered entirely by electricity generated masses of interest – there were over 23,000 spectators packed into the grandstands – and the sporting spectacle itself was a match for its setting.