Sunday, September 18 - The news of the day

18 Sep. 2022 • 19:15
© Goodwood Revival / Nigel Harniman
  • Goodwood Revival A photo was taken yesterday at sunset, in order to pay tribute to Ferrari, which is preparing to return to the top class of endurance racing next year after a 50-year absence. 


  • Goodwood Revival In the Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration, Andrew Smith / Gordon Schedden (AC Cobra - 1964) finished first, in front of Tom Kristensen / Frederic Wakeman (Lister Jaguar Coupe - 1963) and Rob Huff / Richard Meins (Jaguar E 'semi-lightweight' - 1963).


  • Goodwood Revival Already a winner yesterday, the #92 Ford Galaxie 500 that Fred Shepherd shares with Romain Dumas did it again today, winning the second race on the St Mary's Trophy program. Below is the car of Jimmie Johnson.


  • Circuit Dijon-Prenois On Wednesday October 12, on the occasion of the celebrations intended to commemorate the 50th anniversary of one of the most famous tracks in France, the organizers have decided to induct Christophe Bouchut into the first Hall of Fame of Dijon-Prenois. Winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1993, the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1995 and four-time French Porsche Carrera Cup Champion, the Frenchman has won nine times on the track in all categories.


  • DTM Sophia Flörsch will be at the Red Bull Ring next weekend for the seventh of eight rounds of the DTM. The German will not be driving but will be there because of the announcements planned by the DTM and Schaeffler concerning the electric car that is supposed to arrive in the series shortly. 


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