ARCHIVED PRESS RELEASES
Prodrive leads the space race
At 03:10 GMT this morning, a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida carrying satellite components manufactured by Prodrive.
Prodrive opens its doors
For the second year running, Prodrive is opening its doors to motorsport fans on July 14 and 15 to raise money for the Oxford Children’s Hospital.
Bid to own Tommi Makinens overalls in our latest charity auction
Prodrive is giving visitors to prodrive.com the opportunity to own a piece of rallying history.
FPR races to a top five finish in opening Clipsal 500 race
Ford Performance Racing (FPR) drivers Mark Winterbottom and Steve Richards have finished the opening race of the Clipsal 500 in 5th and 11th places after a fast paced 78 lap battle.
Points for Petter in Norway
The Subaru World Rally completed its objective of finishing in the points on Rally Norway.
Prodrive is one of the fastest growing companies in Europe
Prodrive has been recognised as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies in the 2006 ‘Europe’s 500’ listing.
Ostberg to tackle WRC in Impreza
Talented young Norwegian driver, Mads Ostberg, will undertake a selected programme of World Rally Championship (WRC) events in 2007 in a Subaru Impreza WRC S10 supplied by Prodrive. The programme, which will be closely supported by Prodrive, will take in seven rounds of the WRC: Sweden, Norway, Portugal, Sardinia, Greece, Finland and GB.
Aston Martin Rally GT to compete in Italy
Italian rally specialist, Procar, will be the first team to compete in the new Aston Martin Rally GT.
Encouraging Rally Australia for SWRT
Subaru World Rally Team driver Petter Solberg finished Rally Australia in second place after an excellent performance on the red gravel roads around Perth.
Both Prodrive FPR Falcons bow out of the Bathurst 1000
After leading the Great Race for the first 12 laps and demonstrating significantly better car speed than any of their rivals, the CAT FPR Falcon of Jason Bright and Mark Winterbottom succumbed to an engine component failure and was retired on Lap 28 of a the 161-lap Bathurst 1000.