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Brown returns to British GT with STP Ferrari

The most exciting young driver of last year's Avon Tyres British GT Championship - 18-year-old Daniel Brown - is to return to the Independent-backed series for the coming season at the wheel of a Ferrari 430 Scuderia. Brown is to team up with rapid veteran Chris Hyman in a new car prepared by Chad Racing and backed by USA fuel additive brand STP.

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Jones brothers lead Ascari to victory

David and Godfrey Jones claimed their second win of the Avon Tyres British GT Championship season this weekend, the brothers taking command of the ninth round during the second half of the race. Their Preci-Spark Ascari held station during the first half behind the Momo Mosler, which Daniel Brown catapulted into the lead away from pole position.

Ronaldo escapes charge over Ferrari crash

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo will not face any charges after writing off his Ferrari sports car in a crash, police said today.

Surprise victory for ABG Viper

The Avon Tyres British GT Championship has a new leading driver pairing after this weekend after two superbly exciting races at Knockhill in Scotland. The new men on top are racing twin brothers David and Godfrey Jones, who scored the Team Preci-Spark Ascari's first legitimate British GT race victory on Saturday, and who collected further points in yesterday's eighth round. The ABG Viper pairing of Aaron Scott and Craig Wilkins were the race victors of Sunday's gripping event.

How a black Ferrari snared the £1bn drug barons

Cavan and Jamie Hanna hid the vast scale of their narcotics empire behind a facade of frugality. But then one of their henchmen was spotted in a sports car

Balbiani to make British GT debut at Knockhill

Chad Racing has signed Argentinian ace José Manuel Balbiani to partner regular driver Chris Hyman at the wheel of its Ferrari 430 next weekend (13/14 June) at Knockhill, and team boss Piers Masarati is looking for a good result in rounds seven and eight of the Avon Tyres British GT Championship.

Enemy Number One, by Patrick Veitch

Patrick Veitch has a way with figures, as befits a former Cambridge mathematician. He can tell you, for instance, that his profit from eight years of betting on horses is precisely £10,049,983.03.

Man jailed for damaging Jamiroquai star's Ferrari

A chef who admitted damaging a Ferrari Enzo supercar belonging to Jamiroquai frontman Jay Kay was jailed for 20 weeks today.

Struggling Ferrari to work on car development

Ferrari team manager Luca Baldisserri will not travel to this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix, staying behind to work on car development in the wake of a disastrous start to the Formula One season.

Young lions Brown and Hall keep Mosler roaring

The young lions of the British GT Championship, 17-year-old Daniel Brown and his 24-year-old team-mate Stuart Hall, made it two out of two at Oulton Park yesterday, their Momo Mosler following up its Saturday win with another resounding victory.

Joyrider jailed for taking footballer's Ferrari

A joyrider who took a Premier League footballer's £150,000 Ferrari as the player paid for fuel at a service station was jailed today.

Ronaldo faces insurance claim over Ferrari crash

Manchester Airport is pursuing an insurance claim against Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo for the damage he caused when he crashed his Ferrari in a tunnel, airport bosses confirmed today.

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