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NGK Spark Plugs has confirmed that it will continue to support the BRC Challenge in 2013, the ninth year of the MSA British Rally Championship’s successful support series.

The interest for next year’s NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge has never been higher, which bodes well for an exciting season ahead. Apart from adding the classic Scottish Rally, the regulations remain practically unchanged, a minor tweak to the technical regulations making it easier to enter.

As in 2012, five rallies will count, but this year there are eight scoring opportunities including the Ulster double-header. Points and a half on the final round should keep the interest right to the end of the season in the Dorset and Hampshire forests of Rallye Sunseeker.

Key points are:
Cash prizes and progression to the BRC
Entry fees provide some of the best value per stage mile rallying in the UK
NGK BRCC runs ahead of the BRC on gravel events
Reconnaissance on asphalt events
Fight for outright wins in the Challenge rallies
No control tyre, just restricted maximum numbers to keep costs down
Seven rallies are real classics with a very high standard of organisation
Limited to two wheel drive, the competition is close and exciting
Control fuel to limit cost and improve safety
Rallies range from 50 -60 miles on gravel and 70-80 miles on asphalt
Same stages as the BRC to compare times with the best drivers in Europe
Specifically allocated service bays usually with the BRC teams
Junior category for J1000 graduates and novices wishing to move up
NGK BRCC invited to BRC Media & Open Day, Awards Night and public shows
Press officer, driver and co-driver web profiles, smart phone app, TV & radio

Documentation, regulations and entry forms are now available at in the NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge documents section

Catch up with the action from the 2012 NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge on the BRCMedia YouTube channel now

For more information on the NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge visit

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