The shape of things to come

Seven years have passed since Land Motorsport left VLN. Once highly accomplished competitors on the Nürburgring, the vacuum they left was quickly filled by world-class teams, new faces and old heroes. Continuing on winning many more prizes in Porsche one-make championships in the years after, Land never slowed down. The Nordschleife, however, was where they […]

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A cruel day

Motorsports can be a cruel sport. Few know this better than Toyota. Since the 1980s the Japanese car manufacturer has been trying to win its first 24 Hours of Le Mans, never coming closer than second place. With the clock counting down to the end of the 2016 race, Toyota was in the lead. Smiles […]

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History relived

While history was being written at Le Mans, over in Germany history was being relived. An armada of classic sports cars, touring cars and open-wheel racers cars took to the Nürburgring for the Historic Trophy Nürburgring, including its most-prized race, the ADAC Eifelrennen. For the fans, historic racing is never as much about the racing […]

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Dancer in the rain

Another strategic play by Barwell Motorsport saw Jon Minshaw and Phil Keen take a long-awaited maiden win in British GT Championship’s Silverstone 500. The Surrey-based group was victorious in a three-hour race that was marked by heavy rain alternated with sunshine and drizzle, which opened a window of opportunity for those who were willing to […]

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