News in Rally and F1 Racing.

The entire year of 2011 has certainly been an active one if this involves Motor Sports. With Red-colored Bull Racing ruling the head lines for majority from the F1 season after which ongoing their success within the acquiring the constructors' Championship for that second year consecutively!

In the Rally Championship (WRC) Sebastien Loeb required this year's world title alongside his co-driver Daniel Elena. Racing in the fast hot hatch Citroen DS3 that has the best equipment like universal joints, the 37 years old French driver has handled to have a record 66 wins throughout his 12 year career. This really is his seventh successive WRC around the trot, therefore it is fair to state he's someone to watch throughout the 2012 WRC season.

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Sebastian Vettel was crowned the F1 World Champion and by doing this smashed several records, including winning the monaco grand prix, increasing his leas to 58 points over Lewis Hamilton. To be the youngest driver to be the podium in a lot of successions in a single season alone however didn't stop him. Also, he brought the race to have an astounding 739 from the 1139 total laps completed, alongside his 15 pole positions supplying him with another achievement to become hugely happy with.below his belt! Another massive switch to the F1 season was vehicle tyres manufacturer, with Pirelli tyres overtaking from Bridgestone. Sebastian was the only real driver with whom visited Pirelli in advance to achieve an inside understanding of F1 vehicle tyres and also to uncover possible forthcoming season tactics. In performing his homework in advance it certainly appears to possess compensated off!

Unfortunately 2011 wasn't all full of racing triumph and also the racing world experienced losing an impressive racing driver, Serta Wheldon. Serta, initially from Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire and that he was the 2005 Indianapolis Racing League IndyCar Series champion, and champion from the Indiana 500 both in 2005 and 2011. The racing driver died, aged 33, from unsurvivable injuries following a crash in the 2011 IZOD IndyCar World Championship that was being held in the Vegas Motor Speedway on 16 October 2011. Sadly another famous fatality was Italian motorcycle racer Marco Simoncelli. Marco have been within the Road Racing World Championship for 10 years. He taken part within the 125CC Championship before rising to 250cc in 2006. This Year he was marketed up with the ranks again to Talkabout GP where he looked to possess a promising future using the Honda Gresini Team. He died aged just 24 after any sort of accident throughout the 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang on 23 October 2011. Our sincere condolences for their families and buddies.

Finally the Dunlop tyres backed British Touring Vehicle Championship (BTCC) saw Matt Neal using the training costs for 2011. Matt, who stands in a giant two metres tall (6ft 6) is simply too tall they are driving single chair racing cars. He may be the controlling director of his father's alloy wheel company and it has a claim that they can fame after showing up on BBC2's Top Gear driving a Mitsubishi L300 camper van by which they'd a race and smashed up their motor houses, in fashion obviously!