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Daily Archives: May 23rd, 2017

The 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) has been as captivating as ever, with three winners from four events and plenty of exhilarating battles across the quality field.


Euan Thorburn and Paul Beaton took overall victory on last weekend’s RSAC Scottish Rally to extend their championship lead as the series crosses the halfway marker. It wasn’t just the Duns and Inverness pairing that were celebrating on Saturday night though, with plenty of others tasting success across the SRC classes. Read More »

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• Mattias Ekström aims to defend overall World RX lead
• Historic track is on race calendar for the last time until further notice
• Ekström: “My duels with Petter Solberg are legendary”

Round five of the FIA World Rallycross Championship at Lydden Hill will also be a farewell. On the weekend of May 27 and 28, the field will be competing for the last time on the circuit in the southeast of England until further notice. Read More »

Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team has changed its line-up for Rally Italia Sardegna (8-11 June), with the arrival of Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jaeger in the no.9 Citroën C3 WRC.

At the halfway stage of the season, this mutually beneficial opportunity will enable the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT to take advantage of the experience of Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jaeger, third place finishers in the 2016 World Rally Championship. Read More »

Flanders International Rally Challenge contender Steve Brown heads back to Belgium this weekend to contest The ORC Canal Rally and this time, at the wheel of the Honda Civic he was due to debut at the start of the season.

His usual 1400cc Nissan Micra Kit Car had been at a power disadvantage to the others in his class last season and the Rochdale driver had to do battle with two-litre machines. Read More »

Chesterfield rally driver Rhys Yates endured a tough time at last weekend’s RSAC Scottish Rally (19th/20th May), having to withdraw the Brettex Fiesta R5 from the event after hitting a rock on the opening leg.

The third round of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship saw crews head to Dumfries for the notorious event which consisted of a two-day blast around traditional stages such as Twiglees and Ae.  Read More »