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April 24th, 2013
Arena Motorsport’s World Touring Car Ford Focuses have been bought by VLN squad Rotek Racing and will appear in the championship later this season.
January 7th, 2013
Work on Arena Motorsport’s World Touring Car programme has been suspended, as the team seeks to secure major backing for the year. Ford recently withdrew its technical support for the team, which fielded Tom Chilton and James Nash last year
September 22nd, 2012
Yvan Muller was fastest in Saturday morning’s first World Touring Car Championship practice session at Sonoma. After suffering turbo trouble in Friday’s test, Tom Chilton produced a greatly improved performance in his Arena Ford to take second, just 0.053s off the world champion’s 1m46.398s lap. “On Friday we had a pipe come out on the turbo, so I was effectively driving a 1.6-litre atmospheric [rather than a turbo car],” said Chilton
July 21st, 2012
World Touring Car Championship points leader Yvan Muller repeated his free practice one form to top the second free practice session at Curitiba. The Frenchman recorded a fastest time of 1m21.124s two thirds of the way into the session, half a second slower than his earlier best set when track temperatures were cooler.
April 28th, 2012
Briton James Nash has received a 10-place grid penalty for both of Sunday’s World Touring Car races at the Slovakia Ring. Nash had qualified a provisional fourth, but lost the potential highest WTCC starting position for series newcomers Arena when the Team Aon Ford Focus was found to have a non-conforming ground clearance during post qualifying technical checks.
April 28th, 2012
Chevrolet’s Alain Menu topped the timesheets in World Touring Car free practice two at the Slovakia Ring. The Swiss racer, who is chasing a 24-point deficit to team-mate Yvan Muller in the drivers’ standings, recorded a fastest time of 2m13.837s. Reigning world champion Muller finished 0.477 seconds behind Menu in second position
April 28th, 2012
Team Aon’s Tom Chilton says he remains optimistic about the potential of his Arena Motorsport Ford Focus despite a troubled start to the fourth round of the WTCC at the Slovakia Ring. The Briton expressed his optimism over extensive suspension revisions to his Arena Motorsport Ford Focus, and said he had also been buoyed by team-mate James Nash’s competitive showing in third place.
April 14th, 2012
Lukoil Racing’s Gabriele Tarquini edged out World Touring Car Championship points leader Yvan Muller by 0.041 seconds to set the pace in the opening free practice session at the Moulay El Hassan street circuit in Marrakech on Saturday. Fastest in Friday’s test, Muller’s RML Chevrolet team-mate Rob Huff headed the classification for much of the session.
April 13th, 2012
Rob Huff set the fastest time in the World Touring Car Championship’s half hour of testing on the streets of Marrakech on Friday afternoon; Chevrolet’s British driver recording a laptime of 1m46.285s. Huff’s marker was a huge 0.829s faster than his closest challenger; Tom Chilton, who turned in an encouraging performance for the Arena Ford team in a Focus 20kg lighter than previously due to the compensation weight system coming into force for the season in Morocco. “We are running two very different set-ups on each car,” said Arena team manager Alan Cole.
January 25th, 2012
British Touring Car racer Andy Neate believes his deal to drive a works MG alongside Jason Plato will help him reach a new level.
October 22nd, 2011
Roberto Merhi resisted intense pressure from Felix Rosenqvist to score his 10th F3 Euro Series win of the year in the first race at Hockenheim. Merhi, who secured the title last time out at Valencia, made a rocket start from pole position, and the Prema Powerteam driver held a 1.5s lead at the end of the first lap.
September 15th, 2011
The performance of turbocharged cars in the British Touring Car Championship has been pegged back once again by series organiser TOCA, ahead of this weekend’s Rockingham round. Non-turbo cars have won just one of the last 10 races, while Chevrolet’s Jason Plato is the best of the drivers of normally-aspirated cars in the championship, fourth overall and 35 points behind leader Gordon Shedden
September 4th, 2011
Tom Boardman took a provisional win in a controversial reversed-grid British Touring Car race at Knockhill. Starting second, the Special Tuning Racing SEAT Leon driver attacked poleman Jason Plato (Chevrolet Cruze) in the opening stages.
September 3rd, 2011
Tom Chilton gave the Global Ford Focus its first pole position by topping a dramatic British Touring Car qualifying at Knockhill. Three red flags – caused by separate offs for TechSpeed Chevrolet Cruze drivers John George and Paul O’Neill and the Arena Ford of Andy Neate – made for a fragmented session.
August 1st, 2011
Tom Onslow-Cole is confident of a much improved weekend in the British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton this weekend. The 24-year-old Briton left the AmD Milltek Volkswagen squad in order to join Arena Ford in time for the last round at Croft, but could only qualify 15th and take a best finish of 10th in race two. However, since then the team has tested at Pembrey, and Onslow-Cole believes that a number of new developments on the team’s trio of Ford Focus machines will help him fight towards the front at Snetterton
June 30th, 2011
British Touring Car team Arena Motorsport will be part of the Goodwood Festival of Speed this weekend. Tom Chilton, who currently lies eighth in the BTCC standings for Arena, will drive the squad’s latest Ford Focus up the hill on all three days. He will be joined by former BTCC ace Paul Radisich in the 1993 Monza World Cup-winning Mondeo and off-road star Ken Block in a Fiesta WRC machine, as Ford celebrates its centenary
June 20th, 2011
Shaun Hollamby has retired from British Touring Car racing after making a one-off return to the series at Croft last weekend. The AmD Milltek team boss contested the BTCC last year and stepped in to replace Tom Onslow-Cole, who has returned to the Arena Motorsport Ford Focus team, in his squad’s VW for Croft
February 28th, 2011
Ford has unveiled the new Focus ST that Arena Motorsport will campaign in the British Touring Car Championship this year. The ‘Global Touring Car’, which is being presented at the Geneva Motorshow, was developed by Arena with technical support from Ford, and is set to have its first test at Oulton Park later this week
February 15th, 2011
Motorbase Performance ran its Ford Focus ST machines for the first time at Brands Hatch on Tuesday morning. Mat Jackson and Liam Griffin drove the boldly-liveried cars, which are ex-Arena Motorsport machines, on the Indy circuit, and were set to continue behind the wheel on Wednesday.
December 7th, 2010
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has recruited the highly-respected O2 Arena chief David Campbell to help his group of companies. Campbell, who is a former boss of Virgin Radio and helped transform the O2 Arena into a commercial success, will work for the Geneva-based Allsport Management company that oversees F1′s corporate hospitality Paddock Club