TATA Motors held their Annual Distributors Awards 2015 - 'Tata Motors One World', on the 21st March 2016 at JW Marriott Hotel, New Delhi.

Diesel and Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO) will be introducing the second installment of commercial vans, the “Vito” under Mercedes-Benz.

Kia’s ‘small car all grown up’ – the redesigned new generation Picanto which first arrived in Sri Lanka more than four years ago, has returned in its 2016 version with improved performance, a ‘facelift,’ new wheel designs and exciting new colours.

The Classic Car Club of Ceylon, the accredited Country Representative in Sri Lanka of the Federation Internationale Vehicules Anciens (FIVA) is pleased to announce that UNESCO has granted its official patronage to World Motoring Heritage Year 2016, thereby providing moral endorsement and support to FIVA’s exceptional programme.

Cycling in Sri Lanka takes place in two different formats presently; professional cycling and recreational cycling with rehabilitational cycling to be introduced under the auspices of the Cycling Federation shortly.

Hellibees Racing has kicked of 2016 “brilliantly” with four wins and four podium finishes at the first tarmac race of the year, held in Mirigama on March 6.

CEAT Sri Lanka, the country’s leading corporate patron of motor racing, is seeking a third consecutive team championship for cars in 2016, with the formal reconstitution of the CEAT Racing team for another exciting season on the track.

As cricket fever tightens its grip on the subcontinent, Sri Lanka’s wielders of the willow are to be given a morale booster by CEAT, the country’s leading tyre brand, which is rolling out an innovative activity to reignite the fervour and unite fans behind the island’s un-fancied team.

Diesel and Motor Engineering (DIMO) PLC has for the second consecutive year, claimed the top award at the ACCA Sustainability Reporting Awards, held on the 24th February2016 at the Kingsbury Hotel.

Madushan Mannapperuma son of veteran racing driver Sumanapala Mannapperuma was awarded the prestigious National Tarmac Racing Championship 2015 for his excellent consistent performance in the Group SL - Special Cars up to 1500cc tarmac races, at the recently concluded Sri Lanka Automobile Sports Awards Ceremony.

The two young guns, Chandima Goonarathna and Lakshika Weerasinghe was awarded the year 2015 National Championship awards recently at a special ceremony held celebrating the two Formula McLarens events which was conducted during year 2015.