Jo Polley fights for the Super Mighty Mini title at Oulton Park

Jo in qualifying (Photo by Marc Waller)Jo Polley had lead the Super Mighty Mini championship for most of 2018 but some bad luck in recent races including some mechanical issues saw her drop to second.

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Cyan Racing unveils 500-hp concept car

Cyan Racing unveils 500-hp concept carLynk & Co, the global urban mobility brand, and Cyan Racing, the reigning World Champions of touring car racing, will form a unique fusion in automotive performance and motorsport.

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F3 star Jamie Chadwick joins Dare To Be Different's ambassador line-up

Jamie Chadwick (Photo by Marc Waller)Dare To Be Different is delighted and proud to announce that celebrated female racing driver, Jamie Chadwick, has joined as an ambassador to the initiative.

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Charlotte Birch and the Silverstone curse

Qualifying was reduced to a queue behind the safety car (Photo by Marc Waller)Charlotte Birch recently headed for Silverstone for the second time this season to race in the JSCC.

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Britcar wins for Stanley and Seale plus Wylie and Mason

The Track Focused Xbows had a good day (Photo by Marc Waller)John Seale, up to now driving alone in Britcar, had been knocking at the door and showing all the signs of a class victory as his season progressed, and now, teamed with pro-driver Jamie Stanley (winner of three Sprint races on the bounce), he was able to take an overall victory in the JMH-run Class 2A Ferrari 488.

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