It's been some time since I raced at Spa Francorchamps, my favourite circuit. In fact three years have passed since we were last here. So, when the opportunity to enter the Classic Endurance Racing Series - Historic Touring Cars event, I jumped at the cha...
Life has been somewhat hectic since I started my new job in November last year. What with trying to staff a multi-billion dollar project from scratch, and manage $2Bn of it on my own, I think I can be forgiven if I missed something. That something was the ...
I was racing my ex works Rover in the Group 1 class of the Motor Racing Legends Historic Touring Car Challenge, which was combined with the Portuguese series, thus I had 23 other competitors in my class. For the first race I qualified 7th overall behind Ri...
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Ill-informed Cumbrians readying for Scottish invasion | NewsBiscuit
An eery silence has descended on Cumbria. The people are edgy, suspicious. Violence erupts in odd little bursts – a chip-shop owner advertis
Michael Schumacher no longer in a coma, leaves Grenoble hospital - F1 ne...
Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher is no longer in a coma and has left the Grenoble hospital where he was being treated,
Britain may be claiming the Olympics, but these Games really reminded ev...
“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life,” as Samuel Johnson said. Though in the interests of balance, he also wrote “who would l
London Olympics 2012: the shamefaced return of the Olympo-sceptics – Tel...
And so they return. Slipping home under cover of darkness, casting furtive glances over their shoulders lest they be spotted by the final no
6,000 fans left without tickets for Spa race | News | Motorsport.com
Aug.13 (GMM) Thousands of paying ticket customers for next weekend's Belgian grand prix appear unlikely to enjoy the fabled Spa-Francorchamp
Lorry driven wrong way down M6 motorway - Telegraph
A Hungarian lorry driver has been sentenced to four months in prison for driving the wrong way down the M6 motorway in the West Midlands.
Warwick: Hamilton must be thinking, 'What have I done!' | F1 News | Dec ...
F1 News. Former F1 driver Derek Warwick believes Lewis Hamilton has probably made a big mistake switching to Mercedes next season
Setting the NHS up overseas is a brilliant idea. We can't carry on tryin...
The idea of setting up foreign branches of NHS hospitals such as Great Ormond Street and the Marsden to generate profits is a brilliant idea
F1 news: Hewland Engineering founder Mike Hewland dies aged 89
Mike Hewland, founder of the Hewland Engineering company that became synonymous with motorsport transmission technology, has died at the age
The BBC's unashamedly patriotic – but not jingoistic – Olympic coverage ...
Right. I’ve voiced my own concerns about the BBC’s Olympic coverage, but I’m not having this. According to a report from Hannah Furness: “Ch
Chicken roasted with cucumber, tomato, saffron and rosé recipe - Telegraph
Stevie Parle's chicken roasted with cucumber, tomato, saffron and rosé, a one-tray dish that is simplicity itself, but which still looks imp
Roasting times: up-to-the-minute advice - from Delia Online
Advice and recommendations from Delia Smith about roasting times