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Daily Archives: July 5th, 2015

Phil_Hall_PR13_15_FiestaFresh from victory in last weekend’s Canadian Rally Championship, progressive British rally co-driver Phil Hall has secured a deal to contest his first ever FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) event, in Australia. Sitting alongside rising talent Rhys Pinter in a familiar Ford Fiesta R2, Hall will travel some 9,500 miles in September as he competes in the tenth round of the WRC, the Coates Hire Rally Australia. Read More »

Sam Bilham (GBR) Next Big Step Nissan MicraNext Big Step graduate Sam Bilham will head to this Saturday’s Nicky Grist Stages with some extra power under the bonnet after fitting a new engine to his familiar Nissan Micra over the last few months.  Having only contested the Somerset Stages back in April so far this year, Bilham will re-join the REIS-Ravenol BTRDA Series on the sixth round of the season which takes in stages previously used on the World Rally Championship finale’, Wales Rally GB. Read More »

Rhys_Yates_PR2_15_InActionREIS-Ravenol BTRDA Series class frontrunner Rhys Yates will head to Wales this weekend as he contests the sixth round of the national championship, the Nicky Grist Stages.  Once again piloting his Brettex Site Services Ford Fiesta R2, the Chesterfield youngster will be looking to further increase his lead in the ultra-competitive B10 class and close in on the coveted BTRDA Silver Star title. Read More »

AaronMcClurePR10_15_InAction2300 Club John Easson Award winner Aaron McClure will aim to banish the memories of his rally ending roll on the Carlisle Stages last month as he heads to the sixth round of the REIS-Ravenol BTRDA Rally Series, The Nicky Grist Stages.  After recording a raft of impressive stage time during the day, the Allfloors Express – YOKOHAMA backed Mitsubishi E9 pilot misheard a pace note to end the event in one of the infamous Kielder ditches and will aim to reignite his BTRDA and Hyundai Genpower Production Cup hopes. Read More »