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The 2015 MSA British Historic Rally Championship will enjoy extensive TV and media coverage as it begins a new era under the management of the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club.BHRC15 Media

Headline exposure for the championship and its competitors will be through TV coverage on Motors TV. Produced by Olly Dickinson, the coverage will include hour-long report programmes on each of the eight rallies that make up the 2015 schedule. In addition to the coverage of the BHRC, each 90-minute programme will then switch to a dedicated half-hour review of the concurrent R.A.C. Rally Championship.

The really good news for historic rallying is that Motors TV is now available on the Freeview platform (channel 71) and this will make the coverage accessible to many more viewers.

Supporting the prime TV schedule will be extensive coverage on YouTube and via the free iRally App, which is available for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices and offers an incredibly popular rally video channel.

Hand-in-hand with the TV coverage will be a comprehensive website and social media campaign, led by Steve Higgins, which will cover both the MSA British Historic Rally Championship and the R.A.C. Rally Championship.

Details about the BHRC can be found at the new website:, while the R.A.C. Championship will continue at

The two championships have dedicated Facebook pages at and Meanwhile, each championship has its own Twitter feed: @MSABHRC2015 and @RACRallyChamp.

A comprehensive print media package, run by Paul Lawrence, will supplement the on-line activity and ensure coverage for the championship in a wide-range of specialist and classic car publications. In 2014, the R.A.C. Championship enjoyed exposure in titles including Motorsport News, Autosport, Motor Sport, Classic and Sports Car, Classic Car Weekly, Octane, Retro Ford and Classic Car Buyer.

More details about the MSA British Historic Rally Championship can be found at
Follow the championship on Facebook at and on Twitter: @MSABHRC2015

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