Articles tagged Andy Priaulx

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Hall of Fame 2014

Our fifth annual awards night drew star names to London as four more racing heroes were honoured with membership to our club for the best of the best Passers-by could tell that something a bit different was happening at the Royal Opera House on Wednesday January 29. A Porsche 904 and Lola T70 MkIIIB sat bathed in light on Bow Street as autograph hunters stood under dripping umbrellas outside the...

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Big boost at Goodwood

F1 turbos primed for spectacular high-speed demo | By Paul Lawrence Goodwood’s 72nd Members’ Meeting will include the biggest gathering of historic turbocharged Formula 1 cars for nearly 30 years. They will take part in demonstration runs at the March 29/30 event, as will low-drag Le Mans cars of the 1970s and 1980s. There will also be a rallysprint for 1980s Group B machinery. Aside from a full...

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Button & Co put on a show

The 20th edition of the Autosport International show at Birmingham’s NEC hosted star guests such as current Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button, Allan McNish, Martin Brundle, Christian Horner and Sir Stirling Moss. David Brabham ran his annual charity karting race, for which five-time Le Mans winner Derek Bell was race director. This year various drivers including Anthony Davidson, Andy...

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The Motor Sport Month - International News

Ferrari looks at Le Mans Ferrari is evaluating the 2014 LMP1 World Endurance Championship rulebook and has not ruled out its first full-factory prototype campaign since 1973. The Italian manufacturer has confirmed speculation that it is undertaking a low-level investigation into the energy-based formula. Antonello Coletta, who runs Ferrari’s non-Formula 1 motor sport programmes, explained that...

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News in brief

(See also page 10). Our founder editor Bill Boddy has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award by the Transport Trust. It was accepted for him in June by our editor at large Simon Taylor from the Trust's patron Prince Michael of Kent. *** A new organising team is now in place for LE JOG. the Land's End to John O'Groats Classic Reliability Trial in December. Although LE JOG founder John...

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Shelsley Walsh's 90th

In the old-fashioned English summer we have been experiencing this year, the 90th birthday of the oldest speed venue in this country, Shelsley Walsh in the peaceful Teme Valley, was celebrated on August 13. It was also the occasion of the 13th round of the RAC Hillclimb Championship — the 12th, at Craigantlet, another long-lived venue, had been abandoned after the fatal accident to Mark Colton in...

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Top drivers set for Wembley

The 2007 Race of Champions will take place at Wembley Stadium on December 16. So far Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard, Jenson Button, Heikki Kovalainen, Marcus Grönholm, Sébastien Bourdais and Andy Priaulx have been confirmed as drivers for the event. The attraction of the ROC is that all the drivers race identical cars on the same circuit (two side-by-side tracks which cover the same...

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DTM champion Tomczyk switches rides

BMW has poached Audi’s reigning DTM champion driver Martin Tomczyk for next season. The 30-year-old German has left Audi after 11 seasons. Tomczyk won the title in 2011 after being demoted from the Abt Sportsline squad to race a year-old car for the Phoenix team. Tomczyk said on the announcement of his departure from Audi: ““I’m delighted I could repay the trust by winning the 2011 championship...

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Race of Champions

Düsseldorf, Germany With the ink on his new Volkswagen World Rally Championship contract barely dry, Sébastien Ogier held off Audi legend Tom Kristensen in the final to claim victory in the 2011 Race of Champions. Inside the ESPRIT Arena, with its roof firmly shut to keep out the December weather, Ogier disposed of current DTM champion Martin Tomczyk and World Touring Car star Andy Priaulx en...

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NASCAR Kasey Kahne took back-to-back wins at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, with victory in the All-Star Challenge and the Coca Cola 600. Kyle Busch won the Nationwide race. Busch won his fourth Sprint Cup Series race of 2008 at Dover. Scott Speed scored his first stock car win at Dover in the Craftsman Truck Series and took pole for the ARCA race at Pocono. GP2 Bruno Senna put the family name back on...



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