Goodwood’s Shootout: It’s All Uphill From Here

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Race You To The Top The main event at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is the hillclimb sprint, a very narrow and short 1.16-mile ascent that climbs just 92.7 metres around nine bends. A huge roster of cars from all eras and disciplines complete a continuous series of runs over the three main event days
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The Canadian Shop Aiming For Perfection

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The ‘Cyr’ In Cyrious One of the many things in life that astounds me is the ability professional drivers have to balance operating a race program with running a shop. I hardly seem to have enough time in a day to go to work, come back, and wander about the garage looking for my 10mm before
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Huff urges BoP fixes after “terrible” Slovakia WTCR weekend

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Rob Huff has urged the World Touring Car Cup to “sort out” its Balance of Performance after a “terrible” Slovakia Ring weekend in which he failed to score a point. Sebastien Loeb Racing took delivery of two new Volkswagen Golf GTIs before the Slovakia weekend after Huff and teammate Mehdi Bennani’s huge accident at the
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Lowndes turned “nobodies” into a Supercars powerhouse

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Craig Lowndes played a pivotal role in turning Triple Eight from a team of “nobodies” into the Supercars powerhouse it is today, says team manager Mark Dutton. While now well-established as an absolute powerhouse of the Australian series, having won eight team and eight driver titles since 2008, the team was far from a recognised
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Injured British F3 driver to make comeback in Supercars

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Harry Hayek is set to make a return to motorsport in the third-tier Kumho V8 Touring Car Series this weekend, more than a year after a British Formula 3 crash left him sidelined with a fractured vertebra. The Australian crashed during practice for the BRDC British F3 round at Snetterton last May, a burst fracture
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Burning Up At The Festival of Speed

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Festival Fever Time really does get away from you here at Goodwood. There’s pretty much ten hours of track time, as well as a constantly changing paddock, air displays, stunt shows, a rally stage, and countless special events throughout the weekend. It’s a busy, busy place. It’s also swelteringly hot this weekend – reaching just
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Saving A ’77 Toyota Celica GT

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The Japanese Pony The 1970s-era Toyota Celica is one of my favorite cars. So you can probably imagine my excitement when, while tooling around Ohio recently, I found a local guy who was happy to give me a quick look at his ’77 GT. If Rey Curiouso Jr. hadn’t picked up the car when he did, I can
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Rast scores first Audi win of 2018

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Reigning champion Rene Rast gave Audi its first DTM win of the season at Zandvoort, as Mercedes’ Gary Paffett further extended his championship lead by finishing second. Paffett was sensationally quick at the start, scorching away from pole position to open 1.6 seconds on the BMW of fellow front-row starter Philipp Eng on the opening
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