Britain’s elite female cyclists will compete in Stoke-on-Trent for a fourth straight year on Tuesday 13th May.
A former Staffordshire University student and world karting champion has welcomed news that former Formula One star Michael Schumacher is showing signs of improvement.
Staffordshire racing driver Nick Yelloly has called for the new Formula 1 engines to be twice as loud.
Yelloly, from Cannock, and currently racing in the Formula 1 support series GP3, feels the noise isn’t loud enough to add to the spectacle as it has in previous years.
Staffordshire star Ant Whorton-Eales had a difficult opening round of the Renault Clio Cup Championship.
Whorton-Eales, from Lichfield, had a poor start in Race 1 driving for SV Racing from Cheshire, falling from his fifth place starting point.
Staffordshire University students won a chance-of-a-lifetime prize at Uttoxeter racecourse.
They got the chance to present the prizes to connections of Wintered Well, 4/1 winner of the second race of the day.
Staffordshire’s British Touring Car Champion Andrew Jordan is confident of adding his name to the elite list of double champions in the series this year.
A statue of the England’s first black footballer is to be unveiled at the National Football Centre in Burton upon Trent.
Arthur Wharton, the first African player to play in the Football League, is to be honoured with a statue at St George’s Park.
Cannock’s own Nick Yelloly is hoping to clinch the GP3 championship in 2014, a series which is only two steps of the ladder under Formula 1.
Last year’s GP3 Champion Daniil Kyvat graduated straight into a Formula 1 seat last year, and 23-year-old Yelloly is hoping for something similar.
Tamworth driver Martin Plowman will race in one of the biggest single day sporting events in the world, the Indy 500.
Plowman has secured a race seat with AJ Foyt team to take part in America’s premier open wheel racing series.
Superkarting starlet Robert Stubbs (Pictured) is leading the way for all young people looking for a taste of driving action.
Robert first had the chance to get behind the wheel at the age of 17, whist attending Newcastle-under-Lyme College.