Hodgetts stuns the opposition with clean sweep on Clio return

Photo Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

2007 Clio Cup UK runner-up Stefan Hodgetts returned to the series in style as he won both races at Oulton Park last weekend for Scuderia Vittoria.

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Hodgetts to replace Dixon for Renault Clio Cup return

Experienced tin-top racer Stefan Hodgetts will replace James Dixon at Scuderia Vittoria for the rest of the Renault Clio Cup championship, starting from this weekend at Oulton Park.

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Colburn fights to Thruxton Clio double

James Colburn took a hard-fought double win in a spectacular Renault Clio Cup UK meeting last weekend at a rainy Thruxton to finally ignite his championship challenge.

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Colburn takes crucial maiden win and championship lead into final race

Westbourne Motorsport’s James Colburn finally took his first Clio Cup series victory yesterday in round 15 at Brands Hatch, and it puts him in the championship lead heading into today’s final race of the season.

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Goff does the double, Smith takes the points lead into final round of the season

Pyro Racing’s Jack Goff kept everyone assured that he is not out of the championship fight yet, by cruising to two comfortable wins at Rockingham last weekend as the title battle closes right up heading into the Brands Hatch finale.

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Dixon and Smith win rough Snetterton rounds, Rivett hangs onto series lead

Dixon briefly took the series lead back

The AirAsia Renault Clio Cup UK championship saw two entertaining races last weekend at the new Snetterton 300 circuit, with James Dixon and Aron Smith claiming a win apiece, but both also picking up a DNF each.

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Double Clio win caps off perfect weekend for Allison

Matt Allison finally tasted success in the 2011 AirAsia Clio Cup UK championship with two wins at Croft last weekend, while the championship contenders were in all the wrong places at the wrong time.

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