Ninety years ago some clever men decided that the rural area of the Eifel needed a race track so the local races would no longer need to be held on public roads in the dangerous Eifel Mountains. The 28.265 km long race track around the town of Nürburg quickly became Germany’s most famous racetrack.
Most of you probably know Bill Caswell, the man who took a $500 Craiglist BMW E30 to the Mexican round of the World Rally Championship. Many exciting racing adventures followed, but there was still one challenge that he hasn’t tackled yet: Racing on the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
The Belgian rally season traditionally kicks off with the Legend Boucles de Spa. In fact it has marked the beginning of each season since 1953, when it was named ‘Rallye des Routes Blanches’. After 2004 the rally was no longer part of the Championship, however it has become one of the best historic rallies in […]