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March 16th, 2013
The two Audi R18s headed the leaderboard at the end of the opening hour of the Sebring 12 Hours.
January 27th, 2013
Scott Pruett and Chip Ganassi Racing topped the leaderboard of Daytona 24 Hours at one-third distance. Pruett led the race behind the safety car aboard the #01 Riley-BMW MkXXVI by less than a second from the Wayne Taylor Racing Dallara-Chevrolet DP01 in the hands of Max Angelelli.
June 22nd, 2012
Jari-Matti Latvala has admitted his challenge for this year’s World Rally Championship is finished after a troubled opening day on Rally New Zealand. The Finn started the Auckland-based event 74 points adrift of Sebastien Loeb, but his failure to remain in the lead fight in New Zealand has prompted the Rally Sweden winner to throw the towel in.
March 30th, 2012
Ford has confirmed that Jari-Matti Latvala has retired from the second day of the Rally of Portugal. The Finn crashed his Fiesta RS WRC off the road close to the end of the opening stage this morning. It had been hoped that the Finn might get the car back on the road, but the police in the stage are not allowing spectators to help
March 30th, 2012
The second day of the Rally of Portugal will start in some of the wettest conditions for the World Rally Championship in recent years, which could work to the detriment of the current leaders. The torrential rain which arrived in the Algarve area last night has continued into this morning, with the stages north of the rally’s Faro base turning extremely muddy. In these conditions, the best place on the road is at the front of the field, with the gravel stages worsening in condition with every car that passes.
March 17th, 2012
Allan McNish led an Audi one-two-three by just over 38 seconds on the one-hour mark of the Sebring 12 Hours, the opening round of the new FIA World Endurance Championship. McNish, who is sharing the #2 Audi R18 TDI with Tom Kristensen and Rinaldo Capello, led the early going before pitting during the first safety-car period.
March 10th, 2012
There is concern that passing rainstorms could affect the leaderboard of Rally Mexico on Saturday. The Leon-based event has not seen rain in seven years, but all that could change on day two courtesy of a cold front moving through the country.
January 18th, 2012
Ford team principal Malcolm Wilson says the heavy snow forecast for the French Alps means the Monte Carlo Rally remains wide open. Five-time Monte winner Sebastien Loeb holds a one-minute lead for Citroen at the top of the timesheets tonight, but wintry weather is expected to arrive on the stages tomorrow and those conditions make tyre choices even more critical
November 11th, 2011
Pre-race favourite Esteban Gutierrez dominated free practice for this weekend’s non-championship GP2 event in Abu Dhabi. The ART driver went to the top of the times with 20 minutes left of the session, with a lap that then put him 1.5 seconds clear of the field. This displaced GP2 rookie Tom Dillmann, driving for iSport, from the top of the leaderboard after the Frenchman set the pace during the early running.
October 29th, 2011
Bruno Senna – 14th: “That was definitely disappointing.
October 8th, 2011
Rally of Scotland leader Andreas Mikkelsen says he will remain at maximum attack to try and extend his advantage at the front of the field. Mikkelsen had been embroiled in a battle with Guy Wilks until the Peugeot driver dropped his 207 S2000 on the Errochty stage, leaving Mikkelsen’s Skoda UK Motorsport Fabia with a 28.6-second advantage
April 3rd, 2011
Sportscar legend Henri Pescarolo’s team made a triumphant return to racing after a season away with victory in the opening round of the Le Mans Series at Paul Ricard. Pescarolo Team’s eponymous Judd-powered LMP1, driven by Christophe Tinseau, Julien Jousse and Emmanuel Collard, came from the back of the grid (where it had been demoted after post-qualifying scrutineering) to first place in fewer than 20 laps and maintained its position at the top of the leaderboard for the remainder of the six-hour race.
January 30th, 2011
The lead Chip Ganassi Racing entry held a narrow lead in the Daytona 24 Hours at one-third distance.
January 24th, 2011
The Monte Carlo Rally could not have better illustrated motorsport’s capacity to surprise and delight – and shock and disappoint.
October 23rd, 2010
Petter Solberg has admitted his chances of winning this week’s Catalunya Rally were unwittingly doomed at his pre-event test, when he picked the wrong transmission settings for his Citroen. Solberg has moved up two places on the leaderboard through today’s six stages, but now faces a big fight to keep Spain’s Dani Sordo out of the runner-up spot tomorrow.
October 2nd, 2010
Ken Block’s return to the Rally de France stages did not go quite to plan this morning, with the American driver dropping five places in service after the team was forced to replace a hydraulic actuator on his Ford Focus RS WRC. The Gymkhana star had suffered a problem with the hydraulics on the final stage of day one, forcing him to use the car’s manual gearshift rather than the hydraulically assisted version. The car’s differentials were also affected, making the car more difficult to drive in what was arguably the toughest stage of the day.
October 5th, 2009
Jimmie Johnson was left puzzled by his sudden lack of pace in the closing stages of Sunday’s Sprint Cup race after looking like the car to beat in the early going. From eleventh on the grid, Johnson climbed the order to lead the race as soon as lap 62 and alternated the top spot with Greg Biffle from then on. Later he slid down the leaderboard following a four-tyre stop under caution on lap 147, while seven cars jumped ahead of him by changing two only.