500 ways to win a race, Pt.II

Unlike their direct competitors, Team Parker Racing’s Seb Morris and Rick Parfitt didn’t gamble on a safety car. It was that difference in strategy that brought the Bentley Continental GT3 the win in the British GT season high light at Silverstone.  Photos by Jurek Biegus. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]  

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Noble weekend

The first full season of Prototype racing in Britain got underway last week at Donington Park with the first round of the Henderson Insurance Brokers LMP3 Championship. With a demo race in 2016 already under its belt, the championship kicked off with two hour-long races at the Leicestershire circuit. With ten Ligier JS LMP3 cars taking […]

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New order, Pt.II

The new season of British GT promises to continue upon the success that was 2016, starting this Easter weekend in Oulton Park where over 30 cars will take the green flag for two hour-long sprint races.  Photos by Jurek Biegus. ” order_by=”pid” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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Unfinished business

Team Bleekemolen had unfinished business at the Hankook 24 hours of Silverstone following their retirement from the 2016 race after leading it for 19 hours. This year the team’s Seat Leon with Sebastiaan Bleekemolen, Melvin de Groot, Rob Smith and René Steenmetz behind the wheel crossed the line comfortably four laps ahead of their nearest challenger, […]

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End of term

The 2016 Britcar Endurance Championship came to an end last month with a thrilling race that was reminiscent of Britcar’s glory days whilst also showing great potential for 2017. The Mosler MT900R of Spanish pairing Javier Morcillo and Manuel Cintrano fought a tremendous battle against the Audi R8 LMS GT3 of champions-elect Nigel Moore and […]

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