|Credit Suisse Celebrates Successful 2012 GP De Monaco Historique|
|The historic racing community bid farewell to a thrilling weekend of action on the streets of Monaco as the 8th Grand Prix de Monaco Historique came to a close on Sunday evening. In a weekend that saw some captivating motor racing on the world's most famous street circuit, Credit Suisse once again played host to racing drivers, VIPs and media at the Swiss chalet-themed Credit Suisse Drivers Club throughout the weekend. The Drivers Club offered all its guests a 'piece of Switzerland' featuring natural wood throughout, mountain views, Swiss cowbells and even an original cuckoo clock. A central feature of the weekend was the 1st Credit Suisse Historic Racing Forum. In front of a capacity audience, the Forum kick-started the weekend as former F1 drivers Jochen Mass and Emanuele Pirro joined historic racers Alain de Cadenet and Duncan Dayton to debate: 'Is historic racing better than Formula 1?' Following this, the panelists then took part in a uniquely Swiss 'Alphorn' photo opportunity. The Credit Suisse Drivers Club was also the scene of the Opening Party, welcoming friends of Credit Suisse to enjoy a glass of Moët & Chandon to mark the official start of the weekend's proceedings and the Spring Rally Monaco Classics that was also taking place. Karsten Le Blanc, Managing Director, Credit Suisse Private Banking Eastern Europe, Middle East & Africa, states: 'The Credit Suisse Drivers Club once again proved to be a real hub for not only our Credit Suisse friends, but media and racers too. We were delighted to host such a fascinating Forum on Friday morning – it was an absolute pleasure to have such a high caliber of panelists join us for what proved to be a very entertaining 60 minutes. As for the action, and as an amateur racer myself, I believe the standard this weekend was outstanding, and we were lucky to be able to witness so many hard-fought victories, including one by our very own Forum panelist Duncan Dayton in the Serie E race on Sunday afternoon. We are already very much looking forward to 2014.' On track, historic racing enthusiasts were treated to a feast of exhilarating action as cars from a pre-1952 class right up to the pre-1985 class took to the track in front of large crowds. For a full list of results, see below. 8th Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Results Serie A: Pre-1952 voiturettes and Grand Prix cars 1. Julian Bronson Great Britain 2. Paddins Dowling Republic of Ireland 3. Michael Gans Switzerland Serie B: Pre-1961 voiturettes Grand Prix and Formula 2 cars 1. Roger Wills Great Britain 2. Gary Pearson Great Britain 3. Barrie Baxter Great Britain Serie C: Pre-1953 sports cars and prototypes 1. Alex Buncombe Great Britain 2. John Ure Great Britain 3. Carlos Monteverde Great Britain Serie D: Pre-1966 rear-engined F1 Grand Prix cars 1. Andy Middlehurst Great Britain 2. Sidney Hoole Great Britain 3. Paul Drayson Great Britain Serie E: Pre-1973 3.0-litre Formula 1 cars 1. Duncan Dayton USA 2. Michael Fitzgerald USA 3. Andrew Smith Great Britain Serie F: 1973-78 3.0-litre Formula 1 cars 1. Michael Lyons Great Britain 2. Bobby Verdon-Roe Great Britain 3. Mauro Pane Italy Serie G: Pre-1985 Formula 3, 2000cc 1. Ben Barker Great Britain 2. Matteo Marzotto Italy 3. Paolo Barilla Italy|
|8th Grand Prix de Monaco Historique|
The annual Monaco Grand Prix Formula One event, held on the Circuit de Monaco, began in 1929 and has become one of the most prestigious automobile races in the world. The narrow streets of Monaco serve as the temporary 2.075 mile track, featuring tight corners, elevation changes, and even a tunnel. Today, drivers still navigate the uphill climb to Casino Square, before turning down to Mirabeau and the Loews Hairpin, before entering the famous tunnel that runs into the harbor-side chicane, a notorious spot for accidents. From there, drivers sprint past many of the harbor's large yachts toward L....
|The California T takes on Monte CarloAn exhilarating road trip through the Principality of Monaco|
Ferrari's head of development test-drivers Raffaele De Simone gives us a thrilling taste of the California T's driving prowess on the challenging streets and roads of the Principality of Monaco. He talks his viewers through the new car's performance as it tackles the Col de Turini mountain pass, one of the toughest stages on the famous Monte Carlo Rally, the legendary Tunnel and, of course, the Monaco Grand Prix's famous Loew....
|TWO iRACERS IN MAZDA CLUB RACER SHOOTOUTBedford, MA (December 1, 2014) - iRacing champions Evan Maillard and Steven Diem are among eight aspiring race drivers to qualify for the final round of the 2014 Mazda Club Racer Shootout. Maillard of Nesles La Vallée France and Diem of Honolulu, Hawaii were among the 22 drivers who qualified for the Shootout by winning the iRacing Mazda MX-5 Cup online racing series. They were subsequently selected as finalists by a panel of experts who reviewed their business presentation and videos.|
|THE McLAREN 650S CONTINUES TO WIN FANS ACROSS THE WORLD, CLAIMING AWARDS ON THREE CONTINENTS◾'Best Supercar' in the Middle East Car of the Year Awards marks the third successive annual award in the region|
◾650S named '2015 China Performance Car of the Year'
◾Hat-trick of victories completed with the 'Scottish Sportscar of the Year' title
The McLaren 650S has achieved further global acclaim after scooping three coveted titles in one week. The groundbreaking car was named 'Best Supercar' in the Middle East Car of the Year awards, followed shortly after by claiming the prestigious '2....
|SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH OF NEW TAILLIGHT FOR THE RANGE ROVER SPORT IS CELEBRATED BY FANS ON SOCIAL MEDIA WORLDWIDEEngland, UK – There are exciting times afoot at British automotive lighting specialists Glohh.|
Fresh from the success of their launch product, the GL-3 taillight, which allows owners of the Mk1 Range Rover Sport (2005-2013) models to upgrade and modernise their standard specification taillights with their stylish own take, Glohh have seen a meteoric rise over the past six months. Launching the GL-3 in January 2014, and with particularly successful market penetration in the lucrative Mi....
|FORMULA E, ONE DROP & PRINCE ALBERT II OF MONACO FOUNDATION TEAM UP FOR SUSTAINABILITYLONDON, UK (November 14 2014): Formula E, ONE DROP and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation have come together to show their commitment to sustainability with the launch of a new video campaign – available to watch here http://youtu.be/nNTyWbJAbEc.|
ONE DROP and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation are the Official International Foundation Partners for the new all-electric FIA Formula E Championship, working together to raise awareness on sustainability, accelerate action and....
|FORD ANNOUNCES SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM CHANGES◾Jim Farley appointed executive vice president and president, Europe, Middle East and Africa|
◾Stephen Odell appointed executive vice president, Global Marketing, Sales and Service
◾Nick Smither, group vice president and Chief Information Officer, has elected to retire after 34-year career
◾Marcy Klevorn named vice president and Chief Information Officer, succeeding Smither and elected a Ford Motor Company officer
◾Robert Brown, vice president, Sustainability, Environment & Safety Engineering....
|FORD RACING INTRODUCES KING COBRA PARTS PACKAGE FOR 2015 FORD MUSTANG GT◾New 'King Cobra' parts package 2015 Mustang GT concept unveiled at SEMA Show.|
◾King Cobra package can be replicated by any Mustang owner with the help of Ford Racing's extensive parts catalog.
◾Highlights Ford Racing's first performance packages available for the 2015 Mustang. It is equipped with Ford Racing's 'Drag Pack,' 'Handling Pack,' and 'Super Pack' supercharger kit that helps the King Cobra produce 600+ horsepower.
Ford Racing is excited to introduce a special 2015 Mustang GT built....
|2014 United States Grand Prix - PreviewRound 17 of the 2014 Formula One World Championship brings us to Austin for the United States Grand Prix, held at the Circuit of the Americas.|
Driver / Senior Management Quotes
Crossing the line on Sunday in Sochi was a really amazing moment. To win the very first Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix and help the team achieve the first Constructors' Championship for Mercedes-Benz with a one-two finish – it couldn't have got much better. When I went to the factories ....