Provisional 2016 Formula One calendar

The World Motor Sport Council has approved rule adjustments for Formula 1 and announced the provisional calendar for the 2016 Formula 1 season.

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The most beautiful race in the world

Following the “Mini Miglia” shakedown in Scotland, at the end of last month, nine classic Jaguars lined up in Brescia, Italy for the start of the Mille Miglia – an event once described as “the most beautiful race in the world”.

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Jaguar prepares for Mille Miglia

How magnificent can things be? This time last week I was standing in front of magnificent Inveraray Castle, on the shores of Loch Fyne, when the crunching of gravel and the burble of a classic straight six engine announces the arrival of a magnificent Ecurie Ecosse Jaguar Long-nose D-type.

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50th anniversary of Jim Clark's 1965 season

This month Club Lotus and the Jim Clark Trust will be holding a weekend of celebrations to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark’s 1965 season in which he won his second Formula One World Championship title, his win at the Indianapolis 500, the Formula 2 championship and the Tasman Championship.

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London Formula E race is go

London is to get its own international motor race. Agreement has been reached for Formula E championship races to be held in Battersea Park, to follow Moscow as the final two races in the 2014-15 Formula E Championship.

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Toyota unveil new rally challenger

Toyota has unveiled a new rally car that will have its debut on the ADAC Rallye Deutschland which starts on September 11. The Toyota GT86 CS-R3 will not be competing in the event, but will be running as a course car, ahead of the field.

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Give us more noise!

It was perhaps an unfortunate juxtaposition of races. Sat near the start-finish line at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne’s Albert Park last month, our eardrums were severely battered by the V8 Supersaloon race, before the new Formula 1 cars with their 1.6-litre engines and electric motors made their debut.

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On starting grid for "world's greatest motorsport show"

More than 80,000 motorsport fans are expected to descend on Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC), UK, on January 14-15 for the Autosport International show.

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WRC takes a backward step on UK TV

What a disappointment! The DriveBlog household had become avid viewers of the WRC coverage on Dave, the TV channel. Now, as we start what could be one of the most interesting World Rally Championships for years, where do we turn?

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Glasgow start for Historic Monte-Carlo

The Monte Carlo Rally Historique will celebrate the centenary of the famous rally when it returns to one of the traditional start points – Glasgow’s Blythswood Square on Thursday, January 27.

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Mini set to return to rallying

Mini is to make a return to rallying with ambitious plans to tackle the World Rally Championship, starting with selected rounds in the 2011 series and a full season in 2012.

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