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Autosport International Exhibition.
National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK.
Saturday 14 January 2017.
An overview of the NEC.
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MIA To Host A Number Of Business Growth Events At Autosport International

The Motorsport Industry Association have confirmed that they will host a number of business growth events during the two day trade show at the 2018 Autosport International Show at Birmingham's NEC Arena. The events take place over the course of Thursday 11th and Friday 12th January. The events include. 12th Energy ...

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Mountune Racing Heading To Autosport Engineering

Mountune Racing, the UK's leading engine tuning and parts service provider will be at the 2018 Autosport Engineering Show which takes place and Birmingham's NEC Arena on January 11 and 12. Mountune Racing will unveil the 2018 Motorbase performance BTCC challenger. Mountune founder David Mountain commented by saying: We are delighted to ...

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The Beginning Of A New Chapter As Kanaan Gets Down To Work For Foyt

Verizon IndyCar Series driver Tony Kanaan begin a new chapter in his career on Wednesday as he conducted his first test for his new team, AJ Foyt Racing. Kanaan joined Foyt following four years with Chip Ganassi Racing. The Brazilian had replaced his former Andretti Green Racing team mate Dario Franchitti ...

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Fisher Would Have Been A Better Choice For FIA Role

The FIA have really shot themselves in the foot by appointing Renault Sport F1 Team development driver Carmen Jorda to the FIA commission for women in motorsport especially as Jorda is in favour of a separate racing category for female drivers. Female drivers within the world of motorsport vented their frustration ...

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May 28, 2017, Indianapolis, IN USA

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Having Experienced Drivers Will Help Carlin Get Up To Speed

Carlin Racing's announcement on Tuesday that they will enter the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2018 with two cars having signed Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton for the upcoming season. Chilton and Kimball have over 100 races under their belts and will experienced team members around them with numerous staff members from ...

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Interview With Schmidt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe


James Hinchcliffe returned to racing in the Verizon IndyCar Series last weekend as the 2016 season got underway and on Monday, Paddock Eye spoke with the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver of the No.5 Arrow Electronics driver. I began by asking him: Firstly, how did you feel getting back into the car on the grid for the Firestone Grand Prix of […]

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Massa Happy To Score Points In Australia

Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia.
Sunday 20 March 2016.
Felipe Massa, Williams FW38 Mercedes, leads Valtteri Bottas, Williams FW38 Mercedes.
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Felipe Massa was happy with his result in the Australian Grand Prix finishing with fifth place on Sunday for the  Williams Martini Racing team. Definitely a good start to the season he said. It was a great move from the veteran Brazilian to overtake both Scuderia Toro Rosso drivers and go ahead after a red flag stopped the race following a collision […]

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Tough Opening Day At The Office For The Sauber F1 Team


The Sauber F1 Team endured a tough opening Grand Prix of the 2016 season in Australia as Marcus Ericsson who started the event from 15th place on the grid retired from the race and speaking following the event where he scored points last season season the Swede commented by saying: “It was not a good day. When the race was […]

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Renault Encouraged By Race Pace In Australia


The Renault Sport F1 Team did a great job during the season opening Australian Grand Prix in Albert Park and were unfortunate to miss out on a points scoring finish for Jolyon Palmer who on his Formula One debut drove like a guy who has been racing in F1 for years showing great maturity coming home in 11th place. Speaking […]

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Alonso ‘Thankful To Be Alive’ Following HUGE Crash At The Australian GP

Jenson Button on track.

McLaren Honda’s Fernando Alonso was extremely lucky in Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit after the Spaniard collided with the Haas F1 Team’s Esteban Gutierrez a resulting crash which saw his MP4-31 flip and roll like a tumble dryer before coming to a rest upside down having been completely destroyed. Thankfully the two time world champion who […]

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