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Adrian Flux are one of the chief partners for a brand new racing team, Brundle Motorsport, fronted by Alex Brundle.
Commentator and fellow racer Alex Brundle looks back at another action-packed weekend at Spa, where Max Verstappen continued to make history.
Commentator and fellow racer Alex Brundle looks back on a truly historic Silverstone F1 race which saw two British drivers finish on the podium.
Adrian Flux have teamed up with Caterham to sponsor the Caterham Academy Championship, in their 50th anniversary, as well as offering customers specialist track insurance.
Commentator and fellow racer Alex Brundle discusses why Formula 1 needs to rethink its street races.
Commentator and fellow racer Alex Brundle details why Formula 1 needs less red tape to allow races to be more exciting.
Commentator and fellow racer Alex Brundle details the events behind the scenes of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Formula 1 isn’t the only major motorsport returning this month. March sees the introduction of several of the UK’s biggest motor racing series.
Alex Brundle embarked on a special journey this year to try and bring historic racing success to the Jaguar E-type in its 60th anniversary year. We were there with him every step of the way to see how it played
It’s been another exciting year in the world of classic car racing for Alex Brundle. Enjoy his cracking insight into driving some beautiful vehicles with the first part of his self-written blog here.
The psychology of a professional driver is a complex issue – especially when it comes to accidents. Callum Ilott reveals how he deals with them in this in-depth interview.
It’s going to be an exciting couple of months for classic car fans at Goodwood. The racing drivers are equally excited as Alex Brundle explains in this blog.
One of the highlights of a feast of classic racing at the home of British motorsport was a live Q&A on our stand involving Alex and Martin Brundle. If you missed it, or want to rewatch it, you can do
It’s going to be a special weekend at Silverstone as The Classic opens its doors to the public. Alex Brundle will be on track and here’s what he’s had to say ahead of the prestigious event.
He may be enjoying his first taste of the glitzy world of F1 but Callum Ilott hasn’t forgotten his roots. Watch him returning to where it all began at Rye House Kart Raceway.

Highlights 1 – Winning European Le Mans Series race at Paul Ricard (July) ‘That was all very random but I’m back to doing what I do best’ Winning the first race of the year was a real highlight. Obviously it

It might seem odd to be writing a review while still in the season, but remember that this is no normal racing season. One man who knows that better than anyone is Adrian Flux-supported FIA Formula Two frontrunner, Callum Ilott.

Congratulations are in order for the United Autosports team as they have stormed to victory at the 2020 European Le Mans Series Championship by winning the 4 Hours of Monza. The #22 crew of Phil Hanson and Filipe Albuquerque won

As the whole of the UK – and almost the whole planet – is asked to stay at home, people are quickly turning to online versions of their favourite sports. These are known as esports. Simulator-style software is actually becoming

Racing Driver Callum Ilott continues his rise through the motorsport ranks after a thrilling debut year of F2, and we look ahead to what 2020 will hold for the young Brit. How has it felt to move up a level

The United Kingdom is a world leader when it comes to motorsport, hosting everything from grassroots sports like autotests, hill climbs, karting and more up to the very pinnacle: Formula One. Silverstone is perhaps the most well known, having hosted

Adrian Flux Subaru Racing, run by Team BMR, travels to Knockhill, Scotland’s only track in the calendar, this weekend for the next three rounds of the 2019 British Touring Car Championship. It’s a course that used to heavily favour the

Tickets for this event are just £10 and are available through Eventbrite. Former speedway world champion Jason Doyle will be the star guest at a live motorsport evening in King’s Lynn in March. The speedway icon will be interviewed in

Jason Plato can’t wait to put the last two years behind him, and has vowed to get back to winning BTCC races in 2019. The two-time champion has endured another miserable season, more often than not qualifying towards the back

Ash Sutton has vowed to keep fighting after his BTCC title defence was dealt a cruel blow at Knockhill. “I won’t give up, but realistically it’s going to be hard,” said the reigning champion, who stands a daunting 51 points

Jason Plato is hoping for a change of fortune at Oulton Park this weekend after engine performance problems dogged his Subaru Levorg at Thruxton. Team BMR engineers have spent the past two weeks pouring over data and meeting engine builders

Ash Sutton was full of praise for the engineers who carried out a rapid engine swap prior to qualification to keep his hopes of a second consecutive BTCC title alive at Donington. It was hardly the ideal start for the

Mark Twain said that facts are stubborn things, but statistics are pliable. Sometimes, however, they are one and the same, and among the reams of data compiled by timing specialists TSL at Donington Park – all 112 pages of them

March sees the return of arguably the biggest motorsport there is, Formula 1, with the new season kicking off in Australia. And that’s not the only fast paced action happening this month. The biggest events include Nascar Las Vegas and

If you thought January was busy, February is about to shift into a higher gear with the pulsating action happening in the world of motorsport. This month’s biggest events include the return of Nascar and the World Superbike Championships, the

We'll be there at the Adrian Flux stand - and BTCC legend Jason Plato plans on paying a visit.

Track days are usually early starts. Many want you at the circuit by 7am. So rather than rushing around at the crack of dawn, it’s definitely best to get your gear ready a few days before. Especially if you have

We all know motorsport and racing can be an absolute money pit of an expensive hobby. Here’s advice on how to keep costs down.

The final race of the weekend on Sunday afternoon, the Grand Prix de Pau, was held under sunny skies and in warmer temperatures. Ilott again started well from third but had no way past and slotted in behind Lando Norris

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