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Daily Archives: July 26th, 2015

WWRS15 FlattersPhil Burton and Mal Capstick won again in the sixth round of the West Wales Rally Spares R.A.C. Rally Championship, today’s Harry Flatters Rally (Sunday 26 July).

Despite this being his first visit to the Epynt ranges and his first asphalt rally for 22 years, Burton set a cracking pace in his Ford Escort Mk2 to win convincingly as persistent rain hit the event. Read More »

BHRC15 FlattersJason Pritchard and Phil Clarke claimed an important victory on round five of the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship on the Harry Flatters Rally today (Sunday 26 July).

Persistent rain, heavy at times, made the Epynt ranges a tough place to go rallying, but Pritchard and Clarke rose to the challenge of five long stages and were clear victors as the sun finally came out in time to welcome the finishers back to Brecon. Read More »

Steve_Brown_PR7_15Nissan Micra Kit Car pilot Steve Brown will head to the North East this weekend in a bid to regain some lost ground on his REIS MSA Asphalt Rally Championship class B9 title chase at the Tyneside Stages. After suffering a disheartening retirement on just the second test of the ALMC Stages in Ireland last month, Brown now has it all to do if he is to regain the lead of the hotly fought 1400cc class. The Rochdale ace lost two places in the series thanks to his non scoring outing on the last round, and currently sits eight points adrift of the leader in third. Read More »

harryflatters15 (5)Wet and windy conditions dominated the day on this years Harry Flatters which saw Damian Cole & Jack Morton take their Fiesta WRC to a maiden victory. At the lunch break they were second overall after an understandably tentative start in the new car which saw an inspired Mark Jones & Terry Martin (BMW M3) take the lead by 18 seconds. A string of 3 further fastest stage times saw Cole win by 49 seconds with Jones a superb 2nd overall. A broken windscreen wiper saw Eian Pritchard & Steve McPhee (Focus WRC) drop a whole heap of time on the opening stage but with that fault fixed they came back through the field to finish 3rd overall. Read More »