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ROLEX GHAND-AH NEW JERSEY (USA , JULY 18, RD 9 12 ROLEX GHAND-AH NEW JERSEY (USA , JULY 18, RD 9 12 Defending series champions Alex Gurney and Jon Fogarty finally began to turn around a thus-far dismal season for the Gainsco team at New Jersey Motorsports Park's Thunderbolt Raceway. On Saturday, Fogarty claimed his record-extending 15th pole, and the following afternoon Gurney profited from a late miscue by Scott Pruett to claim the squad's first victory since switching from Pontiac to...

Heady Highlights

Grand Prix cars will star once again fearsome Lister-Corvette and numerous Lister-Jaguars, two of which are driven by local ace Pearson Tin-top fanatics are in for a treat with hordes of Ford Lotus Cortinas, BMW i8ooTis and Alfa Romeo GTAs gunning for U2TC honours on Saturday, and a double dose of thunder from more than 30 American V8s in a field put together by the resident HSCC, which is in charge of circuit logistics once more. Saturday evening's new-for-2010 Italian Historic Car Cup enduro...

Two Races

Brian Johnson Lotus Cortina

Stood out in a packed programme at last weekend's Autoglym Classic Festival and each one featured a thrilling battle for the lead. David Howard had to work hard to win the Classic Group One Saloons event and Rod Birley fought off a strong challenge from Steve Hall in the first of the Intermarque races. Howard led from the start, chased by Mark Fowler and Tim Scott-Andrews, and his Jaguar XJ12 set such a pace that Fowler's Capri began to fishtail wildly as he struggled to keep up. Eventually the...

This Week In F1

ORGANISERS OF the Moscow City Formula l demo have revealed plans to use the event as a foundation for a Russian Grand Prix to take place as early as 2012. A proposal for a world championship race around a 2.75-mile street track around the Kremlin has been put forward with financial support from the city government. The demo attracted a crowd of 200,000 last weekend, with Jenson Button the star turn demonstrating a McLaren. Vladimir Makarov, the head of the promotional committee of Moscow, said...