Prologue in le Midi

The countdown has begun: in two weeks time the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship will kick-off in Silverstone. In preparation of the new season, teams and drivers have gathered in the south of France for the Prologue at Paul Ricard. Porsche 919’s were the class of the field this weekend and showed an incredible pace […]

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Dutch falcon

A new season, a new challenge: Jaap van Lagen starts this Saturday in the VLN season-opener with a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 from team Black Falcon. In an unexpected move, the Dutchman has decided to switch from racing Porsches to a new adventure with Mercedes-AMG, who asked him to race one of their cars in […]

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Going big with Bentley

Two years ago, one of the Netherlands’s most talented race car drivers added victory in the 24 hours of the Nürburgring to his already impressive résumé. Now, Jeroen Bleekemolen has found a new challenge on the Nordschleife: bringing home the win in the twice-around-the-clock challenge for Bentley. It all starts this coming Saturday, in the […]

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Weekend round-up: Sebring 12h

Another big endurance race in the States last weekend: nearly two months after the 24 hours of Daytona, the IMSA United Sports Car Championship moved down south to Sebring for the 12 hours of Sebring. IMSA United Sports Car Championship: Sebring 12h With eight minutes to go, Jeroen Bleekemolen took the lead in the GTD class. […]

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An uneasy alliance

Marred by reliability issues, McLaren and the Nürburgring has not been a happy marriage. In spite of its handsome looks and outright speed, the McLaren MP4-12C never lived up to its potential, reaching the finish line in only seven of its nineteen appearances over the past three seasons. While the reliability of the MP4-12C had […]

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