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Arne Berg (Norwegian) 

From 2007 to current 

Arne Berg (Norwegian) 

From 2007 to current 

Martin Strommer (Norwegian) 

From 2008 to current 

Viggo Lund (Norwegian) 

From 2008 to current 

Eric Dodloug (Norwegian) 

Developed the Mustang for racing at Goodwood in 2014, car now back in Norway and racing successfully in Valerbaen 

HRH Prince Joachin 

Shared drive at Goodwood in 2011 in St Marys Trophy driving Arne Berg's Lotus Cortina 

Tom Kristensen 

Shared drive at Gooodwood in 2011 in St Mary's Trophy driving Arne Berg's Lotus Cortina 

John Avil (British) 

Ross Hyett (British) 

Ben Winrow 

New drive for 2016 

Roger Stanford (British) 

Competed in the CTCC championship from 2001 to 2014 and gained a 1st in class in He progressed to racing BMW 2002, M3 and E30's 

Jack Stanford (British) 

We built jack his first race car and he raced along side his father in many championships 

John Haugland (Norweigan) 

For John Haugland, Rally is work, Circuit Racing is hobby. 
65 years old John Haugland did his first motor-race in 1965. 
And the last until now, in Spa September 2011. 
Circuit Racing in Norway until 1972. 
Started with Rally 1969, works driver for Skoda from 1971 to 1990. 
Won 106 class wins in International Rallies. 
Did RAC Rally 19 times, won his class 9 times. 
Won 6 European Championship Rallies on tarmac overall. 
Started John Haugland Winter Rally School 1990, and Motorsport Consult 1991. 
Organised Chrysler Neon Cup, Nissan Rally Cup, Peugeot Super Cup and Subaru Cup in Norway from 1996 to 2010. 
Winter Rally School is the main activity. 
Have had more than 1000 pupils from more than 40 countries over 21 years. 
Some of these drivers have won 3 World Championships, 2 European Championships and nearly 100 National Championships. 
Winter Rally School active from December to March. See www.hauglandmotorsport.com 
Competing in Historic Racing with Arne Berg in Lotus Cortina in the UK since 2007. 
Run and prepared by Alan Henderson. 

Mike Johns (British) 

Mike started racing in 1993 competing in Sprints and Hillclimbs with a Mk1 Austin Healey Sprite (Frogeye) and progressed to Circuit racing in 1995 with a ‘fully modified’ Sprite. 
In 2005, following a 2 year break, Mike returned to racing looking for a new challenge and started competing in the Sports 2000 Championship with a Van Diemen Sports Prototype car, as well as occasional Historic races in a Healey 3000. 
In recent years Mike has concentrated on the SRCC Championships racing a Van Diemen RFS02; Royale S2000M and Royale RP42 Duratec. 
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