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Cameron Davies / Phil Hall Ford Fiesta R2British rally co-driver Phil Hall will be taking rallying and the Royal Air Force Motorsports Association to a wider audience this weekend as he represents the RAFMSA at the Waddington International Air Show in Lincolnshire. With MSA British Rally Championship contender Cameron Davies bringing along his Ford Fiesta R2 to the display, Hall is keen to introduce the public to his action packed activities whilst providing an introduction, advice and information on the Royal Air Force.

2014 is the 20th anniversary of the popular Air Show which regularly attracts over 140,000 visitors to the RAF airbase across the two day event which is the largest in the country and Hall believes it’s a perfect opportunity to show how the RAF are supportive of his adrenaline fuelled spare time.  “I really couldn’t be competing at the pinnacle of British Rallying without the support of the Royal Air Force and the RAFMSA” he explains. “It’s fantastic to be contesting such high profile championships and I’m honoured to be representing them at the Show. It’s great to have Cameron alongside me with the Fiesta which is definitely an attention grabber”.

Hall, from Nottingham and who works at the Waddington base is currently contesting the MSA British Rally Championship with many weekends filled by co-driving in a wide variety of cars throughout the UK rally scene. “I really enjoy the challenge of competing with different drivers at all levels” he says.
“One weekend I can be assisting a newcomer to the sport at a clubman event, the next I could be sitting alongside some of the quickest drivers in the country and thanks to the RAF I am able to progress my career within the sport with the full support of my employers”.

The Waddington International Air Show takes place on 5th & 6th of July and has one of the best air displays in the world, alongside a wide range of static ground displays.
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Phil is sponsored by TR Enterprises, Historic Sporting Cars, Blidworth, Notts.

Image courtesy of Jakob Ebrey

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