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The Pokerstars Rally was nothing short of utter domination by Jason Pritchard & Phil Clarke (Focus WRC) as the pair set fastest time on every stage completed and took victory by over 5 minutes. Mark Kelly & Neil Colman (Fiesta R5) were a fine 2nd overall, after a challenging event which saw two stages cancelled and another with most of the crews getting notional times, on the opening night. Completing the podium were Damian Toner & Denver Rafferty (Escort MkII) who were 16.4s ahead of local crew Steve Colley & Kirsty Duke (Evo IX). Rounding out the top 5 were John Stone & Tom Woodburn on their first event in their Polo R5. Read More »

After retirement on the previous BRC round, Matt Edwards & Darren Garrod (Polo R5) struck back in the finest way, setting fastest time on all but one stage and leading from start to finish on the 2021 Trackrod Rally Yorkshire. Osian Pryce & Noel O’Sullivan (Polo R5) consolidated their BRC championship lead with 2nd overall. They took it by 0.8s from Matthew Wilson & Stuart Loudon (Fiesta Rally2) who had an overshoot on the final stage, in Dalby, although this balanced out with Pryce dropping time on the same stage, ran on the Friday night as stage 1. William Creighton & Liam Regan (Fiesta Rally4) were the class of the 2WD field, taking victory by over 1m 20s. Read More »

Osian Pryce is just one step away from becoming British Rally Champion for the first time as he leads the drivers’ standings heading into the final round of the series, the Modern Tyres Ulster Rally (Saturday 20 November). Read More »

It’s the most straightforward final round scenario that Matt Edwards has ever faced as he aims for nothing less than maximum British Rally Championship points on the upcoming Modern Tyres Ulster Rally (Saturday 20 November) to secure a record-breaking third straight drivers’ title.

The Yuasa Rally Team Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 pilot has already won two rounds this year, the Nicky Grist Stages and Trackrod Rally Yorkshire, but with two scores from seven rounds to drop, only another maximum points haul will add another BRC drivers’ title to the ones he won in 2018 and 2019.

And if he achieved it, the result would give Darren Garrod the co-drivers’ title for a second time, after he won the trophy navigating for Matt in 2018. Read More »

The 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) will have extensive media coverage, with considerable emphasis placed on live broadcasts to capture the action, drama and unique atmosphere of this epic rally.

For anyone following the rally, whether it is from the forests and service areas or from the armchair at home, as it covers England, Scotland and Wales there are lots of ways to keep up with the rally over five days of flat-out competition. Read More »

The top three finishers in the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) will take part in a parade around the famous Carmarthen Velodrome after the finish of the rally.

After five days of fierce competition in the forests of England, Scotland and Wales, the rally will finish in Carmarthen as it makes its first visit to the south-west Wales town. There will be a ceremonial finish in the centre of Carmarthen from around 4pm on Monday 29 November. Read More »

The Rallynuts Stages Rally returns to the British rallying calendar for the first time since 2019 this weekend as the popular gravel event blasts back into life on Saturday [13 November].

Forced to take a two-year sabbatical due to the pandemic, the Builth Wells based event has seen a one-off move from its traditional April slot in 2021 due to the restrictions imposed earlier this year. The swap has meant that the well-respected event is now the final round of the season for several championships, setting up a thrilling battle in the forests for the hard-fought accolades. Read More »

FIA Junior World Rally Championship co-driver Phil Hall is encouraged by a “stellar” season in the co-drivers seat after narrowly missing out on taking the coveted title at Rally RACC Catalunya – Rally de España last month. Read More »

Just two weeks after conquering the fast roads of the Otterburn military ranges, Cumbrian rally driver Frank Bird was back in rally action this weekend where he rocketed to another comprehensive victory on the Neil Howard Memorial Stages Rally, sponsored by Graham Coffey & Co. Solicitors, at Oulton Park in Cheshire. Read More »

The popular Brick and Steel Border Counties Rally will make a welcome return to the British rallying calendar in 2022 after securing a slot on the MRF Tyres BTRDA Rally Series roster.

In a shift from its traditional March date, the 14th May event will once again be based in the picturesque Scottish Borders town of Jedburgh and provide some of the best rally drivers in the UK with classic forest tests in the renowned and little-used Tweed Valley and Wauchope Forest complexes. Read More »

Details of spectator ticketing for the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) have been revealed and the booking system has now opened.

Great news for rally fans is that spectators will be admitted to nearly all of the 31 special stages as the rally covers England, Scotland and Wales in the course of five days. With a capacity entry of 150 cars, this year’s edition of the biennial event promises to be the best yet. Read More »

* Historic Rally Festival to return on the 15th and 16th October 2022
* Weston Park to host additional dusk and evening stages on the Saturday
* Rally HQ remains in Telford with full support of Telford and Wrekin Council
* 2021 event one of three finalists in the Historic Motoring Awards for Motoring Spectacle

This year’s Historic Rally Festival was such a huge success, the organisers are delighted to announce its return on the weekend of 15th and 16th October 2022. Read More »