1. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 51

    Slightly later than ever before (damn having to occasionally leave the house) welcome to Power Rankings 51. Here we have a pictures of Heikki Kovalainen enjoying his newly found Shaman status ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 4 years ago 186 reads 1 comments

  2. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 50

    Yes?! What better way to commemorate the 50th Power Rankings that with a picture of a particularly plump Spanish Duck (the picture was taken at last week's Jerez test)? In things disappointingly ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 4 years ago 258 reads 1 comments

  3. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 49

    NASCAR's back! WIth it's over complicated qualifying system (one that makes no sense when you think about it and even less when you try and write it down) it's the Daytona 500, now with added bump-drafting and speed...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 4 years ago 163 reads 2 comments

  4. Le Mans 24 Hours Entry List Revealed

    The organisers of the Le Mans 24 Hours, the Auto Club de l’Ouest (ACO), have announced the 55 car provisional entry list for the 78th running of the endurance race on June 12/13...

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  5. F1 Testing: Could Sauber's Pace Be Real?

    F1 testing never fails to throw up more questions than it puts down answers, and this year is no different.   Thanks to the preseason tests being unofficial, we have no way of knowing what teams are testing what and, most importantly, on what fuel loads..

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  6. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 48

    This week racing in America got underway with the Daytona 24 hours, a race dominated by possibly the world's ugliest cars, the Daytona Prototypes - cars that were once proper racing sportscars before being squashed...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 4 years ago 298 reads 3 comments

  7. How To Launch a Formula One Car

    It’s February, the beginning of a motorsports season (unless, of course, you’re A1GP, which you’re not, because you actually exist) F1 car launch and test season, and in this year more ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 4 years ago 205 reads 2 comments

  8. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 47

    Don't be fooled. This is not a picture of the first 2010 F1 car launch. Yes, it has the name of a brand new team at the front, a brand new driver pairing at the back and the new looking ...

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  9. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 46

    Oh yes, they’re back! You, at the back, stop groaning! The rankings that look at comparing apples and oranges, doesn’t think it’s complicated enough so adds bananas, celery and the colour mauve...

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  10. 2010 Dakar Rally Review: Not Just the Winners

    Two weeks. 9,000 kilometres. Nearly 400 started. Fewer than 200 finished.   Sometimes numbers are really all you need to sum up an event.   For the second year running the Dakar Rally, rather confusingly, found itself racing across South America...

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  11. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Fourteen: Carlos Sainz Takes His Win!

    Carlos Sainz exorcised the demons of twelve months ago as he held off a determined Nasser Al-Attiyah on today’s final stage to add a Dakar victory to his two WRC titles...

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  12. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Thirteen: Al-Attiyah Sets Up Grandstand Finish

    Qatari Nasser Al-Attiyah pulled to within three minutes of overall leader Carlos Sainz by finishing second on today’s thirteenth and penultimate stage of the Dakar Rally...

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  13. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Twelve: The Record Is Vladimir Chagin's!

    Truck racer Vladimir Chagin took his 56th career Dakar stage win on today’s 12th stage.   The win was the Russian’s ninth win of this year’s event as he extended his lead over Kamaz teammate Firdaus Kabirov to one hour and 13 minutes...

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  14. 2010 Dakar Stage 11: Double Trouble Cost Carlos Sainz

    A pair of punctures saw Carlos Sainz lose half of his overall lead to teammate Nasser Al-Attiyah as the Dakar crossed back over the Andes and returned to Argentina on stage 11...

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  15. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Ten: Carlois Sainz's First Stage Win Extends Lead

      Carlos Sainz won his first stage of this year’s Dakar Rally to extend his overall lead in the car category over VW teammates Nasser Al-Attiyah and Mark Miller...

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  16. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Nine: Al-Attiyah Reels In Sainz In VW Battle

    Fog was the first problem that the 211 remaining entrants in the Dakar Rally had to face on the ninth stage. However, luckily (or unfortunately depending on your appetite for chaos) the organisers ...

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  17. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Eight: Peterhansel and 'Chaleco' Take Wins

    After a rest day on Chile’s Pacific Coast the 2010 Dakar reconvened for the eighth stage, a 472 km run south back for Antofagasta to Copiapo including a 90km stretch through sand dunes to close out the day...

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  18. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Seven: The Longest Day, But the Quietest?

    The final stage before the halfway rest day on the Dakar Rally saw the longest single stage of the rally, at 600km. Competitors took on sand dunes, salt flats, and a 100km stretch of normal, ...

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  19. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Six: Two Comeback Wins, One Rider in Hospital

    Another day in South America on the Dakar Rally saw another long stage, this time 418km heading north in the Atacama Desert, passing though rocky trails, across the driest place on earth, and ...

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  20. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Five: Despres and Miller Win, Rivals Suffer

    Today the Dakar Rally went from one extreme to another, following yesterday’s short stage with a 483km long epic, skirting Chile’s Atacama Desert between Copiapo and Antofagasta...

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  21. 2010 Dakar Stage Four: Gordon Takes Silent Victory, Coma's Comeback

    The fourth day of racing on the Dakar Rally had a distinct "the morning after the night before feel," with many competitors, especially the privateer riders and drivers, still recovering from ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 4 years ago 385 reads 1 comments

  22. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Three: Despres and Peterhansel Take Wins

    Today the real 2010 Dakar started, with the rally leaving the WRC-esque gravel tracks of the first two days behind and striking out into the desert with a 182 km stage, the shortest scheduled for the two week event...

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  23. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage Two Report: A Familiar Cloud, But The Race Goes On

    The second day of the Dakar Rally got underway in a somber mood today after confirmation that a spectator hit by one of the cars had died in the hospital...

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  24. 2010 Dakar Rally Stage One: Reigning Champions Off the Top

    The 2010 Dakar Rally is underway, and already the strain is showing on the men and machines taking on the 4,000 kilometres of racing ahead of them...

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  25. The 2009 Motorsport Review Part Four: New Leaders, New(ish) Champions

    The end of the season had come; it was time for champions to be decided. Some would be familiar with the trophies they were holding, some would be new to the experience...

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