Month: July 2019

Craig Breen could get further outings with the Hyundai World Rally Championship team in Turkey and Britain, Autosport understands. The former Citroen driver has been called up by Hyundai for this week’s Rally Finland, which will be his first WRC start since the end of 2018. Sources in the team have admitted Breen’s deal could
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Hyundai Motorsport director Andrea Adamo says his World Rally Championship team has done all it can to try to improve its Rally Finland form for this week’s event. WRC manufacturers’ championship leader Hyundai arrives at the Jyvaskyla-based event with significant upgrades to its i20 Coupe WRC. The team would not be drawn on the specifics
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The R-Motorsport Aston Martin team will contest November’s Kyalami round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge ahead of a potential full-series entry in 2020. The Swiss DTM entrant has revealed that it will field two Aston Martin Vantage GT3s in the IGTC finale in South Africa on November 23 after the climax of its twin programmes
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Porsche secured its first victory in the Spa 24 Hours since 2010 thanks to the GPX Racing squad at the end of a disrupted, rain-affected race. Kevin Estre, Michael Christensen, Richard Lietz took honours in the Gulf-liveried #20 Porsche 911 GT3-R, leading a one-two for the Weissach marque ahead of the #998 ROWE Racing car
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The Grasser Lamborghni squad led the Spa 24 Hours when the race was red-flagged shortly after the 13-hour mark as the weather conditions deteriorated. Heavy rain resulted in the stoppage at approximately 5:40am local time after a lengthy full-course yellow virtual safety car period, with Christian Engelhart out front in the #63 Lamborghini Huracan GT3
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