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Daily Archives: July 6th, 2016

Rhys Yates Scottish 02Just two weeks after ending his RSAC Scottish Rally hopes in a ditch, Brettex Site Services backed rally driver Rhys Yates will head to Wales this weekend to contest the fifth round of the MSA British Rally Championship, the Nicky Grist Stages (9th & 10th July).  Overcoming a race against time to ready the new Fiesta R5 Evo for the mixed surface event, Yates is looking to add to his championship points tally by playing his double points “joker” card and climb the leader board in the series. Read More »

Omologato Shelsley WalshOmologato Watches is proud to announce a new partnership with Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb as official watch partner for Classic Nostalgia, which takes place on 16 and 17 July.

The partnership will see Omologato present a one-off Midland Automobile Club inspired watch to the pilot of the weekend’s fastest timed run, and a special Omologato clock adorn the roof of Vox Villa, the place where none other than Murray Walker started his career in motorsport commentary. Read More »

Petrolicious Bentley– William Medcalf featured in stunning Petrolicious film
– Petrolicious takes viewers behind the scenes of William Medcalf Vintage Bentley and tells the story of William’s life-long passion for the marque
– The piece shows off the Sussex countryside where William Medcalf Vintage Bentley is based

World-renowned vintage Bentley specialist William Medcalf is proud to be the subject of the latest film to be released by celebrated film maker and car magazine Petrolicious. Read More »

This year’s Nicky Grist Stages podium finish celebrations will be held on the banks of the River Wye, overlooking Builth Wells’ 18th Century bridge, at 14.00 on Sunday 10 July – as the event brings a new picturesque ending to Round 5 of the 2016 MSA British Rally Championship.

After all 100 stage miles have been completed, the top three overall finishers in the BRC, together with the three highest placed DMACK Junior BRC crews and the BRC class winners (together with their cars), will be invited to spray the champagne at Groe Park – a short distance from the rally headquarters and the event service area at the Royal Welsh Showground.

Local dignitaries, including the Mayor of Builth Wells, motorsport photographers and TV camera crews from Channel 4, BT Sport and S4C will all attend the finish ceremony. Entry is free and fans are very welcome to come and see the stars of the BRC celebrate conquering the only mixed-surface event in the BRC. Read More »