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Monthly Archives: April 2021

+ 180 entry applications received in two hours
+ Clear indication of the demand for UK forest rallying
+ Draft unseeded entry list to be published on Tuesday 4 May

The organisers of the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) were completely overwhelmed by the demand for places when the entry list opened at 0900 today (Friday 30 April). Read More »


Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy member David Kelly has set his sights on the Junior British Rally Championship title in 2021 as he returns to the series behind the wheel of an M-Sport Fiesta Rally4.

The 25-year-old Donegal ace will aim to secure the coveted series win, which offers the unprecedented incentive of a prize drive opportunity in a round of the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship, driving a Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing i20 N Rally2. Read More »

+ Classic Welsh stages confirmed
+ Entries open at 0900 on Friday 30 April
+ Event regulations now published

The classic Mid-Wales forest special stages of Dyfnant, Gartheiniog and Dyfi will be used on the Roger Albert Clark Rally for the first time this November in the event’s most ambitious Welsh leg to date. Read More »

Organisers are delighted to announce that planning for a new-look Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally is at an advanced stage for the 25/26 June motorsport weekend.

In a dramatic shift in format, the previously all-gravel round of the KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship switches to a closed-road sealed surface event for the first time in 2021 and despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the event is hoping to go ahead as planned this summer. Read More »

London rally driver Ruairi Bell will kick-start his 2021 competitive outings behind the wheel by contesting the opening round of the Peugeot Iberica Cup in Portugal, thanks to the motorsport preparation firm PT Racing.

Bell, 21 from Blackheath has contested selected events of the all-Peugeot series previously, but will now head to Rali Terras d’Aboboreira (30th March – 1st May) in a brand new Protec Temporary Protection and Marex backed 208 Rally4, to gain more experience of European events and, for the first time, will be partnered by Welsh co-driver Gareth Parry. Read More »

+ Regulations now available for download
+ Entries will open at 0900 on Friday 30 April
+ Entry capped at 135 cars, including 20 places for foreign crews

The event regulations for the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) have been published ahead of the entry list opening at 0900 on Friday 30 April. Read More »

– Moira rally driver William Creighton overcomes a difficult Junior World Rally Championship debut to take fifth place at Croatia Rally
– Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy pilot sets second-fastest time on Wolf Power Stage
– Creighton marks the weekend as “mission accomplished” Read More »

A week after his GT race success in Monza, it was back to rally action for Penrith-born driver Frank Bird this weekend where he was contesting round two of the COVID-19 delayed 2020/2021 Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship with MSVR.

The 2021 Snetterton Stages Rally was based at the Norfolk racetrack and after winning the opening round at Donington Park in December, the 21-year-old Cumbrian, along with Maryport-based co-driver Jack Morton were hoping to repeat the feat to continue their remarkable run of form. Read More »

After the 3rd UK Lockdown motorsport restarted in mid April and our first trip out was to Snetterton for the 2nd round of the Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship. There was a stellar entry and heading them up were 2020 Snetterton Stages winners Frank Bird & Jack Morton, in their Fiesta Rally2 (R5 MkII). They were up against it though as BRC regulars and WRC2 competitors Rhys Yates & James Morgan (Fiesta Rally2) were 2nd on the road. Yates took the first 4 stages to lead by 15s at the lunch break. Bird came out fighting and took stage 5 before Yates took stages 6 & 7. On the final stage Bird went fastest but Yates took victory by 14s, as the pair were evenly matched through the afternoon. Read More »

Let’s talk about the first ever UK Drift Championship event. Located at the Three Sisters Circuit in Wigan on the 17th & 18th of April 2021.

You may all know the outcome for the SB team and Steve ‘Baggsy’ Biagioni, securing third place on the podium.. but you may not know the full story.

So let’s fill you in with what happened.

Let’s start on the Wednesday, car set up day and a visit to our good friend and Pro drifter ** Martin Richards (
for a full alignment. Read More »