Articles tagged Colin Heppenstall

Page 57 of June 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, June 2014

RAC moves to Sunderland

Sunderland will be the host city for the 2014 Roger Albert Clark Rally (November 28-30), as the event moves north for the biggest shake-up in its 10-year history. With the rally start, finish and HQ all based in Sunderland, the route will make extensive use of the Kielder forest complex and take in several stages that are completely new to the event. “This is the major refresh I wanted to give...

Page 111 of July 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 111, July 2010

In brief

* The Chevron B8 that John Lepp drove in 1969 has returned to racing in the hands of Ed Lovett. The son of former touring car and Chevron racer Peter acquired the car from the museum at Stavelot in Belgium, and it is thought to have gone un-raced for at least 15 years. The B8, recently restored by Simon Hadfield, will run in Guards Trophy and World Sportscar Masters races. * The three Morgan SLRs...

Page 28 of October 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, October 2013

XJR-14 back on track

Minassian dominates Silverstone in rebuilt Jaguar After more than 20 years of inactivity, a 1991 Jaguar XJR-14 Group C car made a triumphant return to racing at the Silverstone Classic. Owned by Bob Berridge, the sole surviving example of the three chassis built by Tom Walkinshaw Racing has been restored by the Chamberlain-Synergy team and was driven by French sports car ace Nicolas Minassian. “...

Page 20 of December 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, December 2012

British historic rallying scene faces shake-up

British historic rallying scene faces shake-up A new rally championship, run by the team behind the Roger Albert Clark Rally, will shake up the face of historic special stage rallying. The Roger Albert Clark Rally Championship will go up against the existing British Historic Rally Championship by running classes for all the current categories as well as a new class for cars produced up to 1987....

Page 19 of June 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, June 2012

Top British rallies trim routes in costs drive

Both Tour Britannia and the Roger Albert Clark Rally will run with condensed routes in 2012, aimed at reducing costs for competitors while retaining the unique challenge of the two disparate events. Tour Britannia, which starts in Harrogate on June 6, will run over two and a half days rather three in a bid to trim costs for competitors. Instead of running into Saturday, the route will now finish...


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