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Daily Archives: January 21st, 2010

Several registrations have already been received for the British Rally Championship’s 2010 support series, the BRC Challenge, all of which are new drivers to the series. But any competitor wishing to register at the lower rate of £95+VAT must do so before the 1st February.

The BRC Challenge is open to two wheel drive cars up to two litres in four separate classes, also encompassing two one make series, the Fiesta SportChallenge and the C2R2 Cup. Read More »

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Organisers of the Hankook MSA Scottish Rally Championship have unveiled a raft of awards and incentives for the forthcoming season.

The Hankook Junior Prize Drive will again be a major feature, following its inaugural year which saw John MacCrone from the Isle of Mull chosen to compete on a round of the Rally of China.

For 2010, the award has been expanded, and will be open to Juniors in the Scottish Rally Championship, the Welsh Rally Championship and Clio Challenge competitors within the British Rally Championship. Read More »

Citroën Racing Technologies will enter two C4 WRCs on the Arctic Lapland Rally from 28th-30th January. The cars will be entrusted to Dani Sordo/Marc Marti and Kimi Räikkönen/Kaj Lindström. Coming just two weeks before Rally Sweden, round one of the 2010 FIA World Rally Championship, the Lapland event will provide a valuable testing opportunity for Citroën and two of the French team’s crews. Read More »

Škoda UK Motorsport stuck to its plan and made a solid start to its 2010 Intercontinental Rally Challenge campaign today, when its star driver Guy Wilks completed the opening day of the Rallye Monte Carlo in 10th position. Read More »