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Sebastien Loeb drives F1 Car

Four-time world rally champion Sebastien Loeb had his first taste of Formula 1 performance at the Paul Ricard Circuit in the South of France last Wednesday, December 5th, when he swapped cars with Renault's Heikki Kovalainen.

Loeb drove Renault's R26 championship-winning 2006 car for a Total-Elf promotional event.

"Today has been a fantastic experience; if I'm honest, it's a little bit like Christmas come early!" Loeb said. "I have just become a father for the first time, I won my fourth world title last weekend, and now a dream has come true: driving a Formula 1 car for the first time."

"I was very impressed with the grip generated by the aerodynamics, which is radically different from what we are used to in rallying," he added.

The Frenchman, however, is no stranger to circuit racing as he competed at the Le Mans 24 Hours last year.

"I already knew Paul Ricard well from my testing before Le Mans last year, so it meant I could really make the most of today's opportunity. It was a truly exceptional day."

Citroen team-mate Dani Sordo also had the chance to try the Formula 1 car, while Kovalainen drove the Citroen C4 WRC, with Loeb as his co-driver.

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What do you think of the new Skyline GT-R???

Post your thoughts on the new Skyline GT-R. Does it live up to the hype? Is it ugly? You tell us and we select a winner from those who posted a response. One winner will be selected based on our favorite contributor, another winner will be selected randomly, so the more you post the better your chances. Winners will receive a gift pack courtesy of 247motoring.com Contest ends Dec 10, 2007

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D1GP Model Coverage

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Gardella Racing Plans for New Drift Team

Gardella Racing Expands its Sport Compact Domination to the Formula Drift Series

11.30.2007- Howell, NJ- Since his start 8 years ago, Gary Gardella, owner and lead driver of Gardella Racing (GR), business plan has always been to be involved in more than one form of racing. He has been planning a team expansion for the past two years and for 2008 he is making an effort to reach his goal of having a presence in all venues of the sport compact market.

Gardella has been following the rapid growth of Drifting in the US through the Formula Drift Series and is proud to announce his plans to go after the 2008 Formula Drift Championship. “Gardella Racing is excited to expand into another venue of sport compact motorsports,” stated Gardella. “We have been planning the move into Drifting over the past couple of years and now are able to make it happen. I am excited to bring in Gardella Racing’s vast racing experience and professionalism to a rapidly growing drift scene.”

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Civic Type R vs S2000 Battles

We hate you Honda for not bringing over the civic type R. Instead we get the crappy overpriced Civic Si Mugen edition.

These cool videos of the type R will tie us over 'til we can illegally import one of these for ourselves.

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WRC Wales Rally GB Results

BP-Ford takes a 1-2 finish in the season finale but you know it would have been sweeter if Grönholm/Rautiainen had taken the championship before retiring. They had their chances but Loeb was just a little better this season. We're going to miss Marcus and Timo next year in the WRC. They will be tough to replace.

Final positions

Pos.
Driver Vehicle
Time
Diff Fastest
1 Hirvonen / Lehtinen Ford Focus RS WRC 07 03:22:50.9 00.0
2 Grönholm / Rautiainen Ford Focus RS WRC 07 03:23:06.1 +15.2
3 Loeb / Elena Citroën C4 03:24:23.9 +01:33.0
4 Solberg / Mills Subaru Impreza WRC 2007 03:25:48.2 +02:57.3
5 Sordo / Marti Citroën C4 03:26:05.2 +03:14.3
6 Wilson / Orr Ford Focus RS WRC 06 03:30:23.8 +07:32.9
7 Atkinson / Prevot Subaru Impreza WRC 2007 03:31:20.4 +08:29.5
8 Stohl / Minor Citroën Xsara WRC 03:31:45.5 +08:54.6
9 Pons / Amigo Subaru Impreza WRC 2006 03:32:39.7 +09:48.8
10 Latvala / Anttila Ford Focus RS WRC 06 03:33:33.3 +10:42.4

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PDX Tuning Wins Subaru Tsukuba Challenge

SANTA MONICA (November 29) - The final round of the 2007 Subaru Tsukuba Challenge at Laguna Seca was run in conjunction with the Redline Time Attack on November 10 & 11 and saw PDX Tuning from Portland beat out its main rivals, Crawford Performance and ESX Motorsports in a true nail biter. The action started with final qualifying on Saturday and was as much about furious activity in the garages, as hot laps on the track. Even the 92db sound limit came into play.

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WRC Wales Rally GB Photos

Just got some news/photos on the Rally under way in the UK. Hirvonen is in the lead followed by Grönholm, Loeb and Petter Solberg respectively. As expected Loeb is playing it safe to protect the championship lead. Pictures below.

Day 1 standings
1. M Hirvonen/J Lehtinen 1hr 17min 21.3sec
2. M Grönholm/T Rautiainen 1hr 18min 00.9sec
3. S Loeb/D Elena 1hr 18min 19.2sec
4. P Solberg/P Mills 1hr 18min 55.3sec
5. D Sordo/M Marti 1hr 19min 59.2sec
6. M Wilson/M Orr 1hr 22min 22.6sec
7. C Atkinson/S Prévot 1hr 22min 23.6sec
8. M Stohl/I Minor 1hr 22min 59.2sec
9. X Pons/X Amigo 1hr 23min 18.8sec
10. A Mikkelsen/O Floene 1hr 24min 03.1sec

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Timo Rautiainen Awarded Michael Park Trophy

PRESS RELEASE – 30/11/2007

MICHAEL PARK « BEEF » TROPHY

On September 18th 2005, Michael PARK (“Beef”) was killed in a tragic accident during the Wales Rally GB in a car driven by his long term partner Markko Märtin. Michael is much missed by the entire WRC Community. A group of friends and colleagues inspired by Vince Laverne decided to perpetuate his memory by creating the Michael Park "Beef" Trophy.

The trophy is a bronze bust which has been created by the French artist François Chevalier and has been donated to the family of Michael.

Each season a smaller trophy will be awarded to a WRC co-driver who has best achieved the overall qualities associated with Michael during his career with consideration taken into account of actual results, attitude, commitment and any specific action or achievements. The decision will be made by a jury selected from the WRC community. In 2006 the inaugural trophy was presented to Daniel Elena.

They had to choose between 5 nominated co-drivers:
• Denis Giraudet (France)
• Phil Mills (Great Britain)
• Ilka Minor (Austria)
• Stephane Prevot (Belgium)
• Timo Rautiainen (Finland)

We are pleased to announce that in 2007 Timo Rautiainen has been chosen as the second winner of the Michael Park "Beef" Trophy.

His achievements include the following;

• Loyal co-driver to Marcus Grönholm throughout their WRC careers.
• World Rally Champion for co-drivers in 2000, 2002 and potentially in 2007.
• 5 WRC victories in 2007 season to date.
• Competing in his last World Rally this weekend in Wales before retirement.
• Highly committed and dedicated professional co-driver who was greatly respected and liked by Michael, his team mate in the 2005 season.

The trophy was presented to Timo by Daniel Elena prior to the start ceremony of Wales Rally GB in Cardiff last night.

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D1 Grand Prix All-Star Weekend!

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It was an exciting weekend of drifting at Irwindale Speedway for the finale of the D1 Grand Prix Series. This 2 day event featured an international cast of drivers with Nobishige Kumakubo winning the Saturday event in his rear-wheel drive Mitsubishi Evolution. Sunday event featured a world all-star invitational with JR Gittin from the USA taking the win beating out Kumakubo. Check out our photo gallery and if you want even more pics visit http://www.pictage.com/392641.

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