Track action (Photo by Melissa Warren)Love it or hate it, the sporting world makes up a large part of society. Whether you’re an avid fan of golf or have splashed the cash on American football tickets, few things in like get people invested like sports. For the players, there’s so much at stake too — huge weekly wages and ridiculous levels of prize money!

Track action (Photo by Melissa Warren)Before the Super Finale to the WEC Super Season can get underway the 62 cars and 186 drivers for the 24 Hours of Le Mans had eight hours of testing to get to grips the iconic track.

Tack actionRAM Racing’s successful pursuit of TF Sport resulted in Ian Loggie and Callum Macleod winning British GT’s blue riband, three-hour race – the Silverstone 500 – in thrilling fashion earlier today, while Team Parker Racing’s Nick Jones and Scott Malvern also sealed popular first GT4 victories after coming so close on two previous occasions this year.

Race one start (Photo by Marc Waller)Andrew Jordan took his first British Touring Car Championship double win in more than five years as the Pirtek Racing driver dominated the first two races at Thruxton in the BMW 3 series. The reverse grid race was then won by Josh Cook in his BTC racing Honda. won the final race in Hampshire.

Milner on pole The Gineta GT5 Challenge two female drivers, Katie Milner and Abbi Pulling were both in action last weekend as the championship supported the BTCC at Thruxton in Hampshire. Both drivers were hopeful of good weekends. Milner has always gone well there and Pulling had a strong test there not long before the weekend.

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