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Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport are delighted to announce that BTCC frontrunner and fan-favourite Jake Hill will once again lead the team’s assault on the 2024 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship. A winning combination, Jake will take the wheel of the WSR-run #24 BMW 330e M Sport as the team looks to fight for overall honours in the new season. Flying the flag for Laser Tools Racing for the first time in 2023, Jake Hill and MB Motorsport enjoyed their best-ever season notching six victories and twelve podiums on their way to a P3 finish in the Drivers’...

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For the 2023 season, a freshly built engine was fitted to the Force TA racing car which had a new CNC-ported cylinder head from a specialist in the USA. Pre-season rolling road tuning showed a healthy increase in power over last season’s engine build, so I was feeling optimistic on improving over last year’s 8th place in the British Sprint Championship. However, the racing gods were to throw a few spanners in the works to deal with along the way, so read on to find how it all panned out… The first event of the year was at Cadwell Park...

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Peter outram reports: Although the racing may have ended for the quite a few of the Laser Tools Racing teams, here at the Laser Tools Racing Rally Team we have a very busy end to our season with three rounds left to do in the next six weeks. Starting with the Malton Forest Rally in the North Yorkshire Forests on the 5th November where Mark and Mick will also be out in the Mini as well. More information can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/MaltonForestRally/?locale=en_GB We will then be traveling to Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire, for the NHMC Cadwell Stages Rally on...

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Knockhill Sprint – October 8th The British Sprint Championship headed to Knockhill Racing Circuit in Scotland for the second-to-last round of the year. It was a one-day event on the clockwise circuit, organised by the Scottish Motor Racing Club. I was in fourth place overall in the championship and needed to finish fourth or higher in the remaining races or break the 1100cc racing car class record to earn extra points. We began the 720-mile journey in sunny weather but encountered heavy rain, strong winds, and dropping temperatures as we reached the Scottish border. The rain continued intermittently on the...

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Chloe Grant, the promising 17-year-old talent from Perth, gracefully wrapped up her maiden F1 Academy season with a remarkable performance at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas, last weekend (October 21-22). Competing in three races, Chloe showcased her skills before an audience that included the elite of Formula 1, an impressive on-event three-day attendance of over 432,000 fans, and a vast global television viewership that enjoyed the live track action. Throughout the season, Chloe consistently demonstrated her prowess by securing top-ten finishes on ten occasions, despite facing the challenge of missing two races and competing against more experienced...

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