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For the second time in two weeks, Gautier Paulin took a win in the first FIM Motocross World Championship moto, this time at the Bulgarian Grand Prix at the Sevlievo track. Rain fell heavily before and during the second race making riding difficult and the Frenchman managed a fourth place in taxing conditions to finish [...]
G-Drive Racing Takes First Round LMP2 Win Dunlop’s two cars dominated proceedings at the Silverstone round of the FIA World Endurance Championship this weekend. G-Drive Racing qualified on LMP2 pole position with Dunlop’s second car of KCMG close behind. The fastest qualifying lap was one and a half seconds faster than that of Dunlop rivals [...]
Dunlop Podium Lock-out At Silverstone The European Le Mans Series qualifying went Dunlop’s way with the top-six teams having chosen the brand for their 2014 campaigns. Harry Tincknell drove the Jota Sport Zytek Z11SN-Nissan to pole position with a huge 1.152 second margin to the next car. Jota Sport went on to lead the majority [...]
New Tyre And Points Regulations Set To Transform Championship 2014 presents a new challenge for Dunlop teams bidding to win the FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) with new restrictions on tyre use. The series comprises five rounds, one more than in 2013, with races ranging from eight hours to full twenty-four hour epics. The forthcoming [...]
Dunlop’s riders return to the Bulgarian track of Sevlievo for the fifth round of the FIM Motocross World Championship just one week after competing in Italy. Last year Gautier Paulin dominated the event on his Kawasaki using the prototype tyres that have become the Geomax MX52. The win was the first of the season and [...]