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The MSA British Rally Championship has some great news this season for competitors entering the cost-effective BRC3 category, competing alongside BRC1 and BRC2 on the full event and including reconnaissance of the stages.

The initiative follows on from previous years when the R1 class received a cheaper entry fee. Supported by the BRC, qualifying rallies have agreed to provide a financial incentive to those crews entering in BRC3 category cars. The incentives will depend on the event, but will either be via a discount on the normal entry fee or the provision of start money.

Via the Championship, Rally North Wales, the first round of the Championship which offers 80 stage miles on Saturday 5th April, will provide significant start money for those entering the rally in the BRC3 category, the final details of which will be confirmed to registered competitors directly.

“The nature of BRC events mean that the entry fees can be some of the highest. The rallies are behind our push to encourage competitors into the new lower cost BRC3 formula and gain experience of these longer classic events, providing support to this entry level category is very much appreciated.” said Championship Manager Mark Taylor.

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