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Daily Archives: October 3rd, 2012

You can catch up now with highlights from the final round of the MSA British Rally Championship, International Rally Yorkshire, on the championship’s own YouTube channel at

Watch Keith Cronin join an elite of Roger Clark, Jimmy McRae and Mark Higgins, the only drivers with three BRC ttitles to their credit.

Alternatively keep up to date by downloading the free BRC smart phone App from iTunes or Google Play including news, quotes, podcasts and the BRC YouTube feed. Read More »

Rally2Raise team driver Rachel Medich is all set to complete her first season in the driving seat of her DMACK and Clark Motorsport-supported Nissan Micra 1300 at next weekend’s Colin McRae Forest Stages rally.

Rachel, from Aberdeen, and co-driver Katherine Begg are looking to build on their excellent finish in the Merrick Stages rally in early September with another good performance on the Aberfeldy-based event which is the final round of the Scottish Rally Championship. Read More »

– Cronin and Clarke seal British Rally Championship title with third place in International Rally Yorkshire
– Closest ever finish in the British Rally Championship’s 54-year history as the battle between Pryce and Cave ended in dead heat
– Cave awarded victory by virtue of quicker time on special stage one

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Louise Cook is on a massive fundraising push to make it to the next WRC round, Rallye De Sardegna and avoid the dreaded FIA fines in the process.

Louise solely funds her rally career through sponsorship as the big budgets that the World Rally Championship demands are out of reach for any average salary. Read More »

Rally legend Paddy Hopkirk at the wheel of one of the latest versions of the Mini will lead the field away on Mini Britannia (Saturday 13 October) as the rallying heritage of the model comes together with the current World Rally Championship programme.

Hopkirk, winner of the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally in a Mini Cooper S, will run as course opening car on the classic race and rally tour, which starts from a base at Silverstone. Hopkirk, a life member of the BRDC, will be at the wheel of a current Mini Countryman Cooper S recce car as used on this year’s World Rally Championship. Read More »