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KAST Lubricants Become Official Oil Supplier to Future Classics Racing Championship


KAST lubricants, a division of the KAST Automotive Components brand have agreed a 12 month sponsorship deal with the Future Classics racing Championship. KAST Automotive Components are distributed in the UK & Ireland solely by online car parts retailers, MicksGarage.com. The KAST range includes suspension & steering parts, engine parts, drivetrain parts and lubricants. This announcement brings KAST Lubricants to

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MicksGarage.com Future Classics Race Report


So with round four now only a few weeks away, it’s time to reflect back on rounds two and three of last month. With the full day of racing taking place on Sunday, 17th April, qualifying took place on the Saturday. With the onset of rain it looked like everyone would have only three or four laps to set some

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Future Classics Team Up with Micksgarage.com for 2016


Micksgarage today announced the partnership between MicksGarage.com and the Future Classics race series for the 2016 championship: “Motorsport is a passion we share here at MicksGarage and having the opportunity to be involved with and support a number of different championships and drivers over the last few years is something we’re delighted to be able to do and hopefully will continue

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Plenty of Pace but no luck for Sportchip.ie

Sportchip Chester Crop

Grzegorz Kalinecki’s SEAT Leon FR showed improved pace at Mondello park yesterday as the MicksGarage.com ITCC returned to the Kildare venue for rounds 7&8 of the series. Since their double win in Bishopscourt last month, the Sportchip.ie team had not been resting on their laurels, and had managed to remove an incredible 42kg from the SEAT Cupra R in their quest

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Mondello March 15th Report- with Leo Nulty

Barry Rabbitt leads to the first corner © Michael CHester

Well that wasn’t a bad meeting was it? The season opener at Mondello Park had all the ingredients you would want- packed grids, great racing, a bit of paint swapping and even live TV! The season started with the new ASK Supercar Championship taking to the track. Sean Doyle, predictably, had claimed pole position in the ex Jonathan Fildes/Michael Leonard machine,

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