6th March 2018
The Best £5000 Hot Hatches

Hot hatches could’ve been built with British roads and British drivers in mind; tight handling, compliant chassis and peppy, rev-happy engines are precisely what the doctor ordered when it comes to tackling our nation’s pock-marked, undulating B-roads, which probably explains why we buy more hot hatches than anyone else. The popularity of the hot hatch […]

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20th June 2018
5 Obscure ITG Filter Fitments

We’ve been a fixture of the automotive induction industry for a long time now, with many decades spent building a portfolio of filters for cars of all kinds, shapes and sizes. Keeping abreast of the changes influencing our constantly evolving world means that our engineers are never anything less than flat out, which in turn […]

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13th June 2018
ITG BTCC – Oulton Park

We round up all the ITG action from Oulton Park’s trio of BTCC races Oulton Park occupies a very special place in the annals of BTCC history, not least as it’s known for turning up thrilling, action-packed racing up and down the grid, and 2018’s trio of races most certainly did not disappoint in this […]

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6th June 2018
ITG at Coventry MotoFest 2018

It might not occupy quite the same place in popular culture as its American cousin, but Coventry, the UK’s ‘motor city,’ can still be hugely proud of its automotive heritage and continued manufacturing capability. It was therefore only fitting that ITG, based locally and very much part of Coventry’s thriving automotive industry, took part in […]

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29th May 2018
The 10 Greatest Racing Games

Whether it’s a hardcore racer with simulated tyre wear, hyper aggressive AI and inch-perfect recreations of the world’s most beloved race tracks, or an anarchic jaunt through a fictitous American city, racing (or car-based) games have been a part of the digital furniture for as long as ‘gaming’ has been a thing. Racing games can […]

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21st May 2018
BTCC – Thruxton – Team Dynamics & Power Maxed Racing To The Fore

The British Touring Car Championship returned to the fastest track on the calendar this past weekend, Thruxton serving up the now familiar mix of frenetic on-track action, topped with baking hot sunshine throughout the day. Fast it undoubtedly was, but the three races at Thruxton were marked by a refreshing lack of on-track skullduggery, with […]

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18th May 2018
Manx Magic – ITG’s Richard Clews Secures 8th on Manx National Rally

Regular followers of this blog will already be well aware that everyone at ITG is a little obsessed with rallying, none more so than Richard Clews, our General Manager. Richard has opted to once again enter the world of national rallying in 2018, signing up to contest the MSA Asphalt Rally Championship for this first […]

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16th May 2018
Motorsport’s 10 Greatest Spectacles

Motorsport has been around for as long as there have been more than one car on the road; it didn’t take long for Edwardian ‘chaps’ to figure out that pitting one jalopy against another could produce entertaining results, and the rest, as they say, is history. Not all motorsport undertakings are created equal however, and […]

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10th May 2018
Manx National Rally – Preview

Testing. A simple word with a simple meaning, yet one which means everything in rallying, and at all levels. From the M-Sports of this world downwards, rally teams must commit to an exhaustive, continuous programme of testing if they’re to have any hope of remaining competitive over the balance of the season, and it certainly […]

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30th April 2018
ITG – BTCC 2018 Rounds 4, 5 & 6 – Donington Park

ITG supported teams surged to the fore at Donington Park, Power Maxed Racing’s Josh Cook taking a sensational maiden victory and Team Dynamics’ Dan Cammish fighting hard in the top 10 The British Touring Car Championship pitched up at Donington Park this weekend just past, the Leicestershire circuit having been a fixture of the series, […]

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20th April 2018
Testing Times – ITG joins Matt Edwards & M-Sport for a day of mid-season testing in ‘Killer Kielder’

Rallying is largely defined by contrasts, none more so than the gulf between the sport itself and the environment in which it takes place, which is why we find ourselves in the middle of a seemingly peaceful Cumbrian forest at 8.30am on a Thursday morning. We’ve been invited along to Kielder, a place writ large […]

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