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May 17th, 2013
Carl Edwards and Roush Fenway claimed pole position for Saturday night’s non-championship NASCAR All-Star race at Charlotte as the new qualifying system proved a hit. Drivers had to complete three flying laps including a mandatory four-tyre-change pitstop to set a qualifying time.
May 12th, 2013
Matt Kenseth claimed his third win of the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup season at Darlington, while his Joe Gibbs team-mate Denny Hamlin finished a superb second on his return after injury. The race looked like it would deliver an all-Gibbs top three, though, only for Kyle Busch to tumble back to sixth in the closing laps as his handling faded after what had been a dominant evening. The Busch brothers were the main protagonists in the early laps, as polesitter Kurt Busch kept his Furniture Row Chevrolet at the front for 69 laps before Kyle got through
May 6th, 2013
Toyota believes the form of its latest TS030 HYBRID in Saturday’s Spa 6 Hours proves it can challenge arch-rival Audi at next month’s Le Mans 24 Hours. The 2013-spec TS030, which was making its debut in the second round of the World Endurance Championship in Belgium, led the race and ran ahead of the new long-tail R18 e-tron quattro Audi before retiring with drive-train issues. Toyota had been optimistic of a victory push at Spa after its 2012-spec cars were outmatched in the WEC Silverstone opener.
May 6th, 2013
David Ragan claimed his second NASCAR Cup series win by heading an unlikely one-two for Front Row Motorsport in a rain-delayed race at Talladega. During the green-white-chequer two-lap dash to the finish, Ragan and team-mate David Gilliland hooked up and timed their run to perfection as dusk fell over the superspeedway.
May 5th, 2013
Matt Neal made it a double with victory in the second British Touring Car race at Thruxton. The works Honda driver led from pole and coped with an early challenge from Jason Plato’s works MG and a safety car restart (due to Dan Welch crashing his Proton) to win. Plato struggled more and more as the race went on, making him vulnerable to attack.
May 4th, 2013
Andre Lotterer, Marcel Fassler and Benoit Treluyer led home an Audi one-two-three victory at the Spa round of the World Endurance Championship. The winning trio and the reigning world champions had to fight back from two early setbacks, but they had the pace to overcome both two sets of team-mates and the challenge from Toyota to claim victory by over a minute ahead of Loic Duval, Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish. The #1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro, which had won pole in the hands of Lotterer and Fassler, lost time at the start when Lotterer went wide at the first corner and lost out to both his sister cars and the latest Toyota TS030 HYBRID driven by Nicolas Lapierre
May 4th, 2013
Carl Edwards will start from NASCAR Sprint Cup pole at Talladega by virtue of his practice performance after rain forced the cancellation of Saturday’s qualifying session.
May 4th, 2013
Andrew Jordan scored his second British Touring Car pole of the season at Thruxton as Honda Civics dominated qualifying. Gordon Shedden set the pace early on, with the help of a tow from works Honda team-mate Matt Neal.
May 3rd, 2013
Audi drivers Marcel Fassler and Andre Lotterer claimed pole position for the second round of the World Endurance Championship at Spa. The duo emerged from the 30-minute qualifying session on Friday evening with the fastest four-lap average, which was three tenths quicker than that of the sister R18 e-tron quattro driven by Lucas di Grassi and Marc Gene. The pole winning car, one of two high-downforce specification R18s in the race, was initially second in the times after the first runs by Fassler and di Grassi, which were interrupted by a brief red-flag period
May 3rd, 2013
Audi led the way in free practice ahead of Saturday’s second round of the World Endurance Championship at Spa. Andre Lotterer posted the fastest time of the day aboard the #1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro with a 2m01.276s lap late on in the second of the pair of two-hour sessions. That time, set in the high-downforce R18, eclipsed by two tenths the previous fastest time set by Lucas di Grassi in the new long-tail version of the car Audi is planning to run at the Le Mans 24 Hours next month
April 22nd, 2013
European Formula 3 Open squad Team West-Tec is to run a seven-car team in the National Class of the British Formula 3 International Series. West-Tec is taking advantage of the opening-up of the National Class to allow in cars running spec engines from other F3 championships, as well as the downscaling of the series to four rounds. The team will run four Toyota/Piedrafita-engined Dallara F312s for UAE-based Briton Ed Jones, Venezuelan Roberto La Rocca, New Zealander Chris Vlok and China’s Hu An Zhu.
April 21st, 2013
Matt Kenseth held off a late challenge from Kasey Kahne to take his second NASCAR Sprint Cup victory of the year at Kansas Speedway. Polesitter Kenseth dominated much of the race in his Joe Gibbs Toyota, leading 163 of the 267 laps. He was untouchable until almost half-distance, when divergent pit and tyre strategies among a number of yellows jumbled the lead pack.
April 20th, 2013
Andrew Jordan once again topped a British Touring Car session by going fastest in free practice at Donington Park.
April 18th, 2013
Former Formula 1 engineer Dieter Gass has become Audi’s head of DTM with immediate effect, the German car marker has announced.
April 16th, 2013
Audi says its dramatic intra-team fight for Silverstone 6 Hours glory proved just how much the team has progressed over the winter. It was Toyota that claimed pole position for the 2013 World Endurance Championship opener, albeit under a new format roundly criticised by the drivers. The Japanese marque was not a factor in the race however, leaving the two R18 e-tron quattros free to stage a remarkable finish and claim a dominant one-two.
April 14th, 2013
Kyle Busch held Martin Truex Jr at bay to claim his second NASCAR Sprint Cup win of the 2013 season in Saturday’s Texas Motor Speedway night race.
April 7th, 2013
Jimmie Johnson kept his nose clean in a fractious race to claim his eighth NASCAR Sprint Cup win at Martinsville. Johnson and his Hendrick Motorsport team-mates Jeff Gordon and Kasey Kahne spent the whole race battling with the Joe Gibbs cars of Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth, but in the end it was Johnson who took the chequer for the 62nd time in his career. Clint Bowyer brought his battle-scarred Toyota home second after a strong finish, just ahead of Gordon.
March 31st, 2013
Jason Plato won the first British Touring Car race of 2013 at Brands Hatch despite being punted off at the last corner.
March 24th, 2013
Kyle Busch snatched victory in the Fontana NASCAR Sprint Cup race as bitter foes Joey Logano and Denny Hamlin collided fighting for the lead on the last lap. Former Joe Gibbs Racing team-mates Hamlin and Logano, the latter now at Penske, had become embroiled in a fierce row after a tangle at Bristol a week ago. They then ended up head to head for victory at Fontana, beginning the final lap side by side, only to clash at Turn 3
March 19th, 2013
Ferrari chief designer Nikolas Tombazis has admitted that the changeover from using Toyota’s Cologne windtunnel to its refitted one at Maranello will compromise work on its 2014 challenger. After correlation problems last year, Ferrari decided to shut down its Maranello windtunnel to upgrade it, a process which is not set to be completed until around October this year.