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Category Archives: British Tarmac Rallying

The Autosport International Show (9-12th January) provided the backdrop of the formal unveiling and opening of registrations for the 2020 British Historic Rally Championship [BHRC] which will be sponsored by fluid giants Fuchs Lubricants for the fourth consecutive season.

As announced in October, the iconic Championship will grow to eight rounds in 2020 thanks to the addition of the Jim Clark Rally which takes place in the Scottish Borders in May. The new calendar will form five forest and three asphalt rounds, providing some of the most challenging and demanding events in the UK for both returning and new competitors to the series. Read More »

Entries have opened for the 2020 Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship – with the Sporting and Technical Regulations available to download at asphaltrallying.com.

Organised by the BTRDA, the Asphalt Rally Championship will consist of seven top quality events – four of which are new for 2020. With one double-header, there are eight points scoring opportunities and the best six scores will to count towards the overall and class titles. Read More »

Almost one million viewers have watched the live web-streaming coverage of the Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship over the last two years, with the audience figures growing and the service set to expand in 2020. Read More »

World Rally Championship co-driver Phil Hall ensured he ended his 2019 competitive season on a high, by winning the Royal Air Rally Championship thanks to a last-minute seat alongside Ross Leach at the Hall Trophy Rally.

Hall, 30 from Mansfield near Nottingham secured the hard-fought domestic title after a buoyant season in the Junior World Rally Championship, made even more poignant thanks to this season’s unique collaboration with the Royal Air Force during his World Championship campaign. Read More »

The annual Swift Signs and Shirts Christmas Stages Rally takes place once again at Croft Circuit Kevin Procter on Sunday 15th December 2019 and as well as a top-quality entry of some of the best drivers and cars in the UK assembled by Northallerton Automobile Club, there’s some additional attractions for all the family to enjoy this year. Read More »

A total of nine crews made the journey to Anglesey for the final two rounds of the Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge over the weekend of 23rd, 24th November. After a season which started at Ingliston in March, it all came down to our end-of-season showdown which we shared with our friends in the English Formula 1000 Championship. Read More »

Stephen Wright has been confirmed as the 2019 McGrady Insurance Motorsport UK Northern Ireland Stage Rally Champion. Read More »

Official M-Sport re-seller EDSL Sport will showcase the range of popular Ford Fiesta R2’s at a team test day on December 14th in the Midlands.

The Hampshire based squad will have the latest specification MK8 1.0litre EcoBoost Ford Fiesta R2T example available to test at the Curborough Circuit near Lichfield, Staffordshire and will also have the earlier generation Fiesta’s (R2 & R2T) on hand for use during the session. Read More »

The Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge heads to Wales, for the final two rounds of the 2019 championship.

Fraser Anderson from Helensburgh took an early lead in the Championship, then Thomas Johnstone from Kettlebridge in Fife moved into the lead after Crail in June, and currently heads the points table, one point ahead of Cameron Davidson from Lesmahagow, but with the best six scores from eight to count it is Davidson who is best placed to take the 2019 title. Read More »

Moira rally driver William Creighton proved his Junior British Rally Championship pace this season has been no fluke, by storming to third overall at last weekend’s Tyrone Stages Rally (19 October), behind the wheel of a DGM Sport Ford Fiesta R5, only his second ever event in R5 machinery. Read More »