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Jenson’s Rolls-Royce deal

Jenson Button signs Rolls-Royce deal

F1 star Jenson Button will arrive in style at overseas Grands Prix this season. Rolls-Royce fan Jenson has selected a number of the iconic car company’s models, including the Wraith, Phantom Drophead Coupé and Ghost, to transport himself to 10 of this year’s races. “I am absolutely delighted to be …

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Why endurance racing is the winning formula

Traditionally, endurance racing has always been the cauldron of competition that has forged the future of road car technology. The gruelling struggle against both fellow competitors and the cruel mistress of reliability that is round the clock racing breeds performance – but performance that lasts. For example, dual-clutch gearboxes, disc …

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World Rally Sport 2012

Car rallying is one of the most enduring forms of motor sport and one of the most accessible as events are run internationally and nationally, right the way down to club level. Yet the sport for some bizarre reason does not seem to attract the interest in the UK that …

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What Makes an F1 Champion – Infographic

Another interesting and informative graphic from the guys over at car Buzz. This time they decided to find out what makes an F1 champion. They analysed all of the 32 champions from the entire history of Formula 1 spanning 50 years and found some pretty clear trends. From: carbuzz.co.uk – …

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