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Thursday, December 20 2012
There have been plenty of big headline stories in 2012, and
we've listed the ten most viewed on our website from the
1. Fans invited to 'Rush' to Snetterton this week for
The long-awaited film based on the 1976 Formula 1 season and the
rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda is potentially one of the
major highlights of 2013. Reports that the release date had been
moved (currently to 20 September) to put it in prime position for
the awards season has raised hopes that this could be at least as
good as Ron Howard and Peter Morgan's previous collaboration
Frost/Nixon. For most of us a live action movie to add to worn DVDs
of Grand Prix cannot come soon enough and we'll be trying to spot
scenes filmed at Brands Hatch, Cadwell Park and Snetterton, the
latter of which featured many of you who saw this story and headed
along to become extras.
2. Brands Hatch to host major new Mini Festival in
This year's inaugural Mini Festival was a huge success, with
racing, displays on track, off track and even in the air and many
sideshows. However the biggest contribution came from all the Mini
owners, clubs, enthusiasts and fans, all of whom learnt about the
event from this news item early in the year.
3. Classic car fans to join racers at Oulton
A club race meeting in July became a popular event at the Cheshire
circuit when it was combined with an annual classic car show.
Racing on the Saturday was followed by track displays, which
included an MG celebration, whilst there trade stands, rides for
kids, camping on site, and a Saturday night disco. It proved a hit
with fans of the track.
4. Damon Hill to make racing return at Brands Hatch
One of the biggest stories of the year was 1996 Formula One World
Champion Damon Hill's one-off return to racing in the
DTM-supporting VW Scirocco R-Cup. It was his first competitive
appearance in a car since the 1999 Japanese Grand Prix. Added to
the spectacle of the German Touring Car series, and a whole host of
racing celebrities, including Jenson Button, David Coulthard, Jake
Humphrey and Damon's old F3 sparring partners, and the weekend was
an essential part of the sporting calendar!
5. Brands Hatch Masters Festival set to be a
celebration of F1
Just one week after the DTM, great F1 cars took centre stage at
Brands Hatch, with six F1 races, covering three eras of the sport.
News of the centrepiece of the Masters Historic Festival broke in
January, providing some much-needed cheer in the
6. Jenson Button to attend DTM at Brands Hatch this
The lure of a second British F1 World Champion at the DTM weekend
was always going to be popular, and the winner of the
season-opening Australian Grand Prix confirmed he would be coming
along to cheer on McLaren team mate Gary Paffett. However this
wasn't to be a lazy Sunday for the Frome Flyer, as he took part in
a Q&A session with Coulthard, drove a DTM Taxi and presented
the winners' trophy to Paffett!
Gold Cup to be the north west's biggest party this
Oulton Park's signature race meeting took on an added dimension in
2012, with the event taking a trip back to the 1960s and 70s.
Themed attractions, parades and a voluntary dress code saw many
turn up in the spirit of the occasion, after having seen this
8. BTCC heads to Oulton Park as title battle heats
Earlier in the year the UK's biggest car racing series headed
north west, with Gordon Shedden and Mat Jackson having taken the
most wins, whilst Jason Plato and Matt Neal continued to battle out
the British Touring Car Championship. Plato took pole, but it was
Neal and Shedden who left with the spoils.
9. Brands Hatch to host festival of Formula 1 this
A second appearance in the top ten showed just how popular the
Masters Festival has become. Further details emerged, including the
appearance of Grand Prix veterans Jackie Oliver and Howden Ganley
joining in the celebrations. In addition to the six F1 races
planned, there were demonstration runs from newer cars, the icing
on the cake for a nostalgic weekend that also included saloons and
10. Spectacular DTM racers make a revolutionary return
A third entry for the spectacular DTM weekend, this time focussing
on the main event. New cars for 2012 saw all of the drivers in
contemporary machinery for the first time in years, whilst BMW
joined Audi and Mercedes-Benz on the grid. Further tweaks to the
regulations and multiple Touring Car Champion Andy Priaulx joining
fellow Britons Paffet, Jamie Green and David Coulthard, pushed this
story into our top ten.