FIA Hillclimb Masters

One of the most talked about events in the hillclimb paddock at the moment is the very exciting FIA European Hillclimb Masters event, which will take place in Luxembourg this coming weekend.

Keith Edwards Audi Quattro

Keith Edwards will be returning to Europe with his mighty Quattro (thanks to


The event has been created to bring together the very top runners from all of the national championships across Europe to a single venue on the same weekend to finally decide who is the fastest competitor in Europe.

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It’s Saturday night, so it must be time for another blast of quality Motorsport TV with this weeks Film Night.

With the provisional entry for the Le Mans 24 Hour being released last weekend and the Aston Martin Racing team launch on Tuesday, our thoughts are already turning towards the big race in June.

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Midland Speed Decided

Longtime VW/Audi stalwart and former British Sprint Championship contender with a Reynard F3, Fred Currell has claimed the 2012 Midland Speed Championship in his Audi A3 road car.

This series seems to have a somewhat broad definition of the Midland, with events as far afield as Anglesey & Brands Hatch, but nonetheless has a great following and produces some close competition.

[Read more...] Film Night 5

We are now one month in to the series of Saturday Film Nights on

Saturday nights without a hillclimb can be slightly tedious, so we thought that we would bring some gratuitous racing videos from youtube to light.

[Read more...] Film Night

If you are stuck at home unable to get to this weekends event, or if you are jut a bit bored and looking for something to do, then our Saturday You Tube Film Night may just be your saving grace!

Over the next few weeks we will be posting some of my favourite youtube films. Some are short, some are long, but all are pure car porn and are exciting, facsinating, spectacular & unusual all rolled in one.

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Andy Priaulx ROCs

Guernseyman Andy Priaulx had a mixed weekend at the annual Race Of Champions event, held in Dusseldorf, Germany this year.

This event features a huge array of the very best drivers in World motorsport and Priaulx qualifies due to his multiple World Touring Car Championship victories.

The Race Of Champions is a two-day event with a Nations Cup on the Saturday (for teams of drivers) and the ROC on Sunday where individuals compete to see who is Champion of Champions. The event is run on a twist indoor track with drivers using an array of cars including Audi R8s, Skodia S2000 cars, VW Sciroccos and purpose built buggies.

Paired with Jenson Button (Team Guernsey!?) in Team Great Britain for the Nations Cup, Priaulx beat former winner Filipe Alburquerque and F1 champ Sebastian Vettel before being knocked out by Team Germany in the Semi-Final.

For the ROC individual event the 1995 BHC winner beat David Coulthard, Travis Pastrana and Alberquerque again but couldn’t get past eventual winner Sebastien Ogier in the Quarters.

The Motors TV commentatary team regularly remarked that Andy’s stunning starts and tidy turns were honed on the hills!