It's looking more and more like no one will be able to stand between Sebastian Vettel and his second driver's championship. He lead Sunday's race from the green light and never looked back, making the win seem easy. There was a good scrap behind him for second place between Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Vettel's teammate, Mark Webber. Ultimately the Spaniard was able to get ahead of Webber after the final pit stops, but never had the pace to challenge Vettel. Catch the full report of the action Online, plus John Bentley's reflections on another brilliant grand prix.
Apart from the F1 action, there was plenty of rallying thrills, both locally and internationally. Here in SA, Toyota lost the win in the ABSA Off-road Toyota Desert 1000 race in a dramatic fashion as Chris Visser snatched the win in the desert. Toyota had looked set to win, as its pair of drivers, Anthony Taylor and Chris Birkin, looked certain to cruise to victory. Unfortunately for them, they suffered a broken sideshaft just 17km from the finish. This allowed the Team Ford Ranger of Visser to steal the win. Check out the full story Online!
In IRC, Freddy Loix used his home-ground advantage to the fullest to win for Skoda, taking his seventh Ypres Rally victory. The win was extremely easy for him, after he pulled away early on and was unchallenged for the rest of the race.
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The all-new Range Rover Sport has been confirmed as the official Pace Car for this Sunday’s 91st running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
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