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cambrian14 (9)The climax of the BTRDA 2014 championship saw Steve Perez (Focus WRC) and Paul Bird (Focus WRC) co head-to-head to decide who would be champion. The scenario was simple, win the rally and you will be champion and after the 1st stage Perez, co-driven by Paul Spooner, was fastest through the stage. Bird, co-driven by Aled Davies, had gone off and dropped a minute to his rival. Stage 2 saw a twist as Dave Weston & Kirsty Riddick (Impreza WRC) went fastest to take the lead from Perez. It was then the Bird onslaught started as he went fastest on 5 of the remaining 6 stages, with Weston taking the only other one, but it was not enough as Bird ended up 12 seconds behind Perez. The pair tied on points but Perez was champion, whilst Weston showed a statement of intent as he took a maiden BTRDA win by 20 seconds. Read More »

SONY DSCTorrential rain had fallen on the Saturday in South Wales and whilst Sunday was dry and pretty good for October, parts of Walters showed the weather’s efforts from the day before. We had true safari conditions in places with waterlogged tracks and bomb holes along with treacherous downhill sections. Chris Bird (Milner) was in fine form to take the win and seal the 2014 crown.  Andy Degiulio (Milner) kept him honest with 2nd place and the podium was completed by Steve Mitchell after some early dramas. Read More »

trackrod14 (8)It was a tight battle at the top. Steve Perez & Paul Spooner (Focus WRC) only set one fastest stage time on the first stage but they held on to take victory from Paul Bird & Aled Davies (Focus WRC) by 3.4 seconds. Bird went fastest on the final 3 stages but it proved not be enough, so the title fight is set up superbly for the final round in 3 weeks time. David Weston & Kirsty Riddick (Imprzea WRC) completed the podium just over 20 seconds further back, after setting the fastest time through the 2nd stage of the rally. Ignoring the 1400’s the first crew home in the 2WD rally, aka Silver Star, were Martyn Hawkswell & Benjamin Cohen (Escort MkII). Read More »

Shuttleworth RAC14Yorkshireman Robin Shuttleworth will contest this year’s Roger Albert Clark Rally (28-30 November) after winning half of the entry fee with the best performance by a 1600cc car in this year’s West Wales Rally Spares R.A.C. Rally Championship.

Shuttleworth and co-driver Ronnie Roughead won a new award presented by Jordan Road Surfacing. Read More »

Mini pre-Portugal14aMINI and the Monster Energy X-raid team are ready for the final round of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies, the Baja Portalegre in Portugal. The successful rally team will compete with three MINI ALL4 Racing, including the one of Vladimir Vasilyev/Konstantin Zhiltsov (RU/RU). The Russian duo is currently leading the World Cup with 216 points, 20 points ahead of Nasser Al-Attiyah (QT), who’s currently in 2nd place overall. Read More »

Porsche Carrera Cup 15dSeason includes two races in support of World Endurance Championship (WEC) at Spa.

The 2015 Porsche Carrera Cup GB Championship calendar has been confirmed, and a definite season highlight is a visit to the world-renowned Spa-Francorchamps circuit in the Belgian Ardennes region for a prestigious two-race event in support of the World Endurance Championship (WEC). Read More »

Credit Suisse has released the video of its fascinating 5th Historic Racing Forum, filmed at the 2014 Goodwood Revival on September 13.

The 5th Credit Suisse Historic Racing Forum video sees a captivating group of experts discuss the topic of “Dream Teams.” The experts include motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss OBE, five-time Le Mans winner and latest friend of Credit Suisse, Derek Bell MBE, versatile racer Jochen Mass, team owner and driver Alain de Cadenet, and current Formula 1 driver Max Chilton. Acknowledged motor sport authority Henry Hope-Frost moderated the lively panel of motor racing legends in the restored Credit Suisse Race Control building.

The interesting and amusing video is available to view at the Credit Suisse Classic Car Program website ( in full or short version.

The 2015 MSA British Historic Rally Championship will enjoy extensive TV and media coverage as it begins a new era under the management of the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club.BHRC15 Media Read More »

‘What to do on a night like this? Music sweet, I can’t resist’, sang Arrow in that famous Caribbean song.

Next August, there’s plenty of tropical partying and relaxation time for competitors, family and friends on the Barbados Historic Rally Carnival.

Those Carib rhythms change tone on two Saturdays, 22 and 29 August, when the beautiful Barbados tropical countryside will echo to the evocative sounds of Weber carburettors, BDAs and the distinctive bark of flat-six Porsches; the wide-ranging cacophony of pedal-to-the-metal historic rallying machinery. Music sweet indeed. Read More »

Goodwood is delighted to announce that the UK’s finest driving experience; Ultimate Driving At Goodwood powered by BMW, has been launched today.

Ultimate Driving At Goodwood powered by BMW gives you the chance to hone your skills behind the wheel with expert tuition and have an off-road adventure like no other on an authentic 32-mile course that takes in the whole of the 12,000-acre Goodwood Estate. Read More »

BHRC15 RegionalTwo regional challenges will be organised within the 2015 MSA British Historic Rally Championship, with separate competitions based around both the Welsh and Northern events.

As the championship heads into a new era under the management of the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club, individual Welsh and Northern Challenges will be aimed at giving the championship as broad an appeal as possible and ensuring that crews with limitations on time or budget, or both, can compete for end-of-season awards. Read More »

Bentley Ice Power• Power on Ice – the ultimate winter ice-driving event returns for 2015
• The Continental GT3-R makes its dynamic debut on the ice
• Programme designed by four-time World Rally Champion and two-time ice speed record breaker Juha Kankkunen Read More »

Galloway Hills On stageBlair Brown, 19 year old rally driver from Kinross finishes the 2014 Scottish Rally championships on a high after completing the Armstrong Galloway Hills Rally first place in class last Saturday. The QTS group backed youngster and co-driver Richard Simmonds had to brave the pouring rain and howling gales that would batter the six forest stages of the day. The result has allowed the duo to take second place overall in the Scottish Rally Championships Class Three in their Peugeot 205 Challenge rally car. Read More »


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