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April 18th, 2013
World Rally Championship team principals have welcomed plans to move this year’s Rally GB out of Cardiff.
April 3rd, 2013
Rally GB’s route will feature spectator stages again this year as Britain’s World Rally Championship round makes a push to reconnect with its fanbase. The 2013 GB itinerary does not allow for a full day of spectator stages, as was once traditional, stately home-style tests will be included in the route for the first time since 1999. When Rally GB moved to Cardiff in 2000, spectator stages were binned in favour of the superspecials in the docks area and the Millennium Stadium
March 27th, 2013
NASCAR Sprint Cup director John Darby says the organisers instantly dismissed the notion of Joey Logano having deliberately triggered the Fontana crash that left Denny Hamlin with a fractured back. Logano and Hamlin ended up fighting for victory at Fontana a week after clashes both on and off track at Bristol. The pair made contact, with Hamlin hitting the wall head on and suffering an injury that will rule him out of at least five races.
March 16th, 2013
Formula 1 teams and drivers say postponing the rest of Australian Grand Prix qualifying to Sunday morning was the only sensible decision. Repeated heavy rain showers and the approach of darkness meant only Q1 could be run on Saturday. Q2 and Q3 will now take place at 11am local time, six hours before the scheduled race start
February 12th, 2013
The Croatian round of the European Rally Championship will move from June to September, in a change that also alters Rally Poland’s date. The Croatia Rally had originally been scheduled for June 6-8, but requested a transfer to the last weekend of September so it could coincide with an FIA World Motor Sport Council meeting in the country. To make room, Rally Poland moves forward a fortnight to September 13-15.
January 8th, 2013
Carlos Sainz has been demoted to 10th in the Dakar Rally standings after organisers reversed their decision to give him time back on Sunday’s stage. Sainz had lost 21 minutes to the leaders on stage two when he went off course and had to double back. But when his Red Bull team argued that the incident was caused by problems with the rally’s own satellites rather than the GPS in Sainz’s Buggy, his 21m26s delay was cancelled and he was put back in the rally lead
December 6th, 2012
MotorSport Vision, promoters of the Formula 2 championship, have announced the series will not run in 2013 after just four years of existence. The championship, a revival of the former Formula 2 series that ran until 1984, was launched in 2009 as a one-make class using cars built by Williams and powered by Audi engines. The limited success of the series, however, has forced MSV boss Jonathan Palmer to cancel the championship after only four seasons
November 16th, 2012
Nico Hulkenberg – 7th/17th: “I think the organisers have given us an awesome circuit. It’s good fun to drive and there is a nice variation of corners, which gives a nice rhythm to the track. In terms of the new generation of tracks, I’d say it’s one of my favourites
November 16th, 2012
Nico Rosberg – 9th/7th: “I like the new track here at the Circuit of the Americas very much and they have done a great job with the layout. We’ve also had a really nice welcome for Formula One in the US as you can see how many fans are at the circuit already on a Friday. The grandstands looked really packed
October 7th, 2012
Tony Gilham will replace Chris Stockton in Thorney Motorsport’s Vauxhall Insignia at the Silverstone rounds of the British Touring Car Championship. Stockton made his series comeback during Silverstone qualifying, going 21st fastest in the 24-car grid. But Stockton is now ill and Gilham, who raced the car at Snetterton earlier in the season, will step in for the three races
October 7th, 2012
British Touring Car frontrunner Dave Newsham will start fifth for the first race at Silverstone after not appealing his grid penalty. Newsham’s ES Racing Vauxhall Vectra had set a time good enough for second, but had run off the track at Copse. The time was disallowed , dropping Newsham to fifth.
July 20th, 2012
The remaining scheduled rounds of the 2012 European Le Mans Series have been cancelled, with the American Le Mans Series’ Petit Le Mans finale counting for points for ELMS teams instead.
June 7th, 2012
Marino Franchitti reckons there is plenty of time still to come from the DeltaWing when the car attempts to qualify for the Le Mans 24 Hours next week, following a successful test at the La Sarthe last weekend. The Nissan-powered machine, which has been invited to compete in the race under the ACO’s ‘Garage 56′ rules for experimental machinery, ended the day 32nd fastest overall with its best time of 3m47.980s just two seconds shy of the target time it was set by the organisers
June 5th, 2012
Detroit race officials have pledged that there will be no repeat of the problems with the track surface that caused a two-hour stoppage during Sunday’s IndyCar race on the Belle Isle street circuit. The race was red-flagged when large sections of filler began to lift from the track surface, eventually causing Andretti Autosport’s James Hinchcliffe to crash into a tyre barrier just before the scheduled half-way mark. Detroit GP chairman Bud Denker said that the track problems were the only blight on an otherwise successful revival of the Detroit event, and promised that there will be no repeat next year.
May 10th, 2012
Defending Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion Andreas Mikkelsen hopes to break his asphalt rally duck on this week’s Tour de Corse.
April 27th, 2012
Dani Sordo has criticised the organisers’ decision to run the final day one stage of Rally Argentina in the dark. Sordo, who is holding third place just 13 seconds off the lead on his debut with the Ford team, felt the Cosquin/Villa Allende stage should have been cancelled
April 27th, 2012
Rally Argentina organisers have confirmed that the full distance of leg one will be run despite the delays incurred on Friday morning – meaning the final stage of the day will take place in the dark. The fifth round of the World Rally Championship was delayed when the truck taking petrol to the refuel after stage two suffered mechanical problems. The first car on the road this morning – Sebastien Loeb’s Citroen – was scheduled to start the La Pampa test at 0728 local time, but the #1 Citroen did not get a green light until 0830
April 2nd, 2012
A lack of entries has forced the organisers of the European Le Mans Series to cancel the second round of the championship, which was to be held at Zolder on May 20. Just 21 cars took part in the opening race at Paul Ricard last weekend and only 19 entries were registered for the Belgian race. Following a meeting between ELMS promoter Patrick Peter, ACO vice president Pierre Fillon, FIM WEC general manager Gerard Neveu and ACO sports director Vincent Beaumesnil (ACO Sports Director) at Ricard, and in consultation with the teams, it was decided to write off the event
March 30th, 2012
The Rally of Portugal has been stopped due to the bad weather, with the leading crews being held at the service park in Faro. The event is expected to restart in the next hour, with the delay caused by the flooding of a river crossing after the sixth stage of the event
March 29th, 2012
Ford’s Jari-Matti Latvala has warned that if tonight’s three Rally of Portugal stages are hit by a dust problem, it must spell the end of night time running on most of the World Rally Championship rounds. Latvala won yesterday’s qualifying stage and elected to run 17th on the road in order to benefit from the road-cleaning effect from the 16 cars ahead of him. The Finn is well aware, however, that if the organisers’ efforts to water the stages don’t work, he could be left to deal with the worst of the clouds of dust.