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Honda reigns in BTCC rain

The Eurotech Racing Honda Civic of Jeff Smith took a surprise pole position for the first round of the BTCC, qualifying was disrupted by red flags and rain.

Makers take on Touring Car challenge

The British Touring Car Championship returns to action with 16 race winners among a capacity 32-car grid and a five-strong manufacturer battle.

Touring Car Championship packs grid again

The British Touring Car Championship will feature a capacity 32-car grid for the second successive year.

BMW launches Touring Car race programme

BMW is back in top-line UK motor sport, launching a works programme in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) with leading team West Surrey Racing.

Why are most street lights orange and not white?

Here’s a question you may have asked yourself many times but never found the answer. Why are most street lights orange rather than white?

Extreme deal puts Circuit of Wales on track

The £425m Circuit of Wales project is set to become part of a multi-sports leisure and entertainment venue with global action sports brand Extreme Sports.

50 years on from Bluebird’s last run

It is now 50 years since Donald Campbell died on Coniston Water in his Bluebird boat, ending a brave quest for Land and Water world speed records.

Top 10 BTCC drivers of 2016

The BTCC was again action-packed in 2016. But winners don’t always provide the full story of the season – who most impressed us in 2016?

Citroen C3 WRC targets rally wins

Citroen has unveiled its new World Rally Championship car, the Citroen C3 WRC, built to new regulations for the WRC that come into force in 2017.

Toyota returns to World Rally Championship

Toyota will return to the World Rally Championship in 2017, 17 years after the brand last competed, with a two-car team of Toyota Yaris WRC cars.

Aston Martin DB4 GT reborn at £1.5m each

A track-only run of 25 Aston Martin DB4 G.T. 'continuation' models is to be built, recalling a 1959 original and expected to cost £1.5m each.

WIN a Porsche 911 engine!*

We have a fantastic prize to give away to motoring fans who love classic cars, and just in time for Christmas. It's a 1:4 scale Porsche 911 flat-six engine set!

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