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February 25th, 2013
South African racing legend Dave Charlton, who started in 11 world championship grands prix from 1967-1975, died last weekend at the age of 76.
September 21st, 2012
Ford’s factory World Rally Championship outfit M-Sport is building a new Fiesta R5 rally car, AUTOSPORT can reveal.
September 7th, 2012
Alex Zanardi added a second gold medal to his 2012 Paralympics haul when he triumphed in the Men’s Individual H4 Road Race. The double Champ Car champion and former Jordan, Minardi, Lotus and Williams Formula 1 driver, who lost both legs in a Champ Car crash at Lausitz 11 years ago, won gold in the H4 time trial on Wednesday .
June 13th, 2012
Plans to include new events into next year’s World Rally Championship have apparently been scrapped following a meeting between FIA president Jean Todt and series officials last week.
May 4th, 2012
Rally Argentina clerk of the course David Eli reckons his event could form a strong partnership with a Brazilian round of the World Rally Championship if the series adds a second South American date for 2013. Brazil is one of two candidate events which will be considered by the FIA this year for possible inclusion on the 2013 calendar, with South Africa its main rival. AUTOSPORT understands that South Africa is currently favourite for the slot
May 3rd, 2012
South Africa is believed to be leading the fight for a place on next year’s World Rally Championship calendar. AUTOSPORT understands there will be one slot on the 2013 calendar for a new event, and South Africa and Brazil are vying for that position
February 16th, 2012
World Rally Championship Commission president Jarmo Mahonen sat down and discussed the current situation in the WRC with AUTOSPORT during last week’s Rally Sweden. Here’s what the Finn had to say
October 8th, 2010
A group of South African businessmen working in conjunction with Abu Dhabi investors are trying to resurrect plans for the country to regain a Formula 1 race.
August 15th, 2010
Valentino Rossi says he will take enormous satisfaction and ‘wonderful memories’ from having helped transform Yamaha into a world champion team, as he confirmed that his seven-year relationship with the squad would come to a close at the end of the 2010 season. After months of anticipation in MotoGP circles, Rossi and Yamaha announced this afternoon at Brno that they were set to part company for 2011.
August 15th, 2010
Valentino Rossi’s move to Ducati is set to be announced imminently after Yamaha confirmed that its seven-season relationship with the Italian legend would come to an end after 2010.
by Darryn Lobb on March 1st, 2010
Editors note: Darryn Lobb is a two-time champion of the South Africa Shelby CanAm Championship and an avid online racer, having joined iRacing.com last year. After winning the 2007 Shelby CanAm title, Lobb raced a Nissan 350Z in the South African Production Car Championship before returning to Shelby CanAm last year and winning another title. Lobb began the defence of his second Shelby CanAm championship last weekend at East London. In short, and on paper, we had a great weekend in the NJOY.co.za Shelby Can-Am, with a third and a first, overall victory and the points lead, but things weren’t nearly that easy. Some last minute sponsorship deals meant we didn’t have enough time to get a new car ready, and as a result, elected to go for the best [...]
January 30th, 2010
Nelson Piquet’s ARCA debut at Daytona next weekend will now be his first stock car race start, after the Brazilian decided to withdraw from this weekend’s Free State 500 in South Africa.
October 8th, 2009
World Rally Championship stars Mikko Hirvonen and Sebastien Loeb attended last week’s Rally Travel charity auction to raise money for the Richard Burns Foundation and Michael Park Fund. WRC teams and drivers had donated a variety of car parts and clothing for the auction, which raised £4,000.
September 28th, 2009
The South African motorsport body has slammed FIA presidential candidate Jean Todt for comments made about the country. Speaking in an interview with the Telegraph newspaper, Todt played down the importance of the role of F1 Commissioner, suggesting countries like South Africa are not interested in Formula 1
September 21st, 2009
A1GP is confident that its plans for the new season remain on course, after announcing its new calendar and a deal with new media partners IMG.
September 21st, 2009
The future of the A1GP series has been thrown into doubt, with sources suggesting that Ferrari has withdrawn its supply of engines for the championship. The new season was supposed to open with a round at Surfers Paradise in Australia on October 25, but there have been rumours for weeks now that the series has been struggling to put its finances in place.
September 10th, 2009
A group of 14 FIA member clubs has come out in support of Ari Vatanen’s bid for the FIA presidency. The national motoring authorities of Australia, Germany, Finland, Canada, Uganda, Jamaica, Netherlands, Sweden, South Africa, Ireland, Jordan, Peru, Switzerland and Turkey have written to fellow clubs expressing their backing for Vatanen, and urging others to add their support. “We firmly believe that FIA needs a spokesman who has a willingness and ability to address with respect and enthusiasm all the various stake holders of mobility and sport,” said the letter