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hrcr-stage-masters-logoThe HRCR have once again teamed up with West Wales Rally Spares for the second year in a row to present the 2017 Stage Masters Challenge.

The very best clubman in the UK will compete on a 9 round calendar including two overseas trips to the Isle of Man and Killarney Stages for the double and one and a half point scoring rounds, respectively.

This year also sees the introduction of the Escort Cup open to Ford Escorts with 8 valve engines. Read More »

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Perez Nicky Grist14Hot on the heels of his father’s battling third place on the Nicky Grist Stages Rally yesterday, today it was the turn of 14-year old Seb Perez to claim the Kick Energy Rally Team’s second podium of the weekend when he claimed a third place in the Kick Energy Junior 1000 Rally Championship on the Brawdy Stages Rally in South Wales. Read More »

Newby Brawdy14Continuing his impressive credentials, Carnforth teenager Arron Newby was again in action as he added the Brawdy Stages Rally to his increasing reputation by taking victory in South Wales.

Taking time out from the defence of his Eurocars Motorsport Manx Rally Championship which he comfortably leads, Newby and co driver Tom Woodburn headed for the Haverfordwest venue in Pembrokeshire with a top quality 65 car field assembled. Read More »

JMS_Brawdy-13_Car-3_Med_01Carnforth teenager Arron Newby continued his sensational rise to prominence to win the Brawdy Stages Rally this weekend and in doing so, took his victory tally to five in the TEGSport Subaru Impreza.

Held in Pembrokeshire, South Wales, the 18 year old was back in action at the event following his third place finish back in 2011 when he was contesting the Junior class but this time around it was the much more powerful Subaru Impreza he was competing in. Read More »

Rally driver Nick Cristofaro ended his Junior rallying career last weekend with a dominant victory in the Brawdy Stages rally which was held at Brawdy airfield in West Wales.

Cristofaro, 17, was co-driven on the event by Motorsport News journalist Sean Moriarty who is writing a feature on junior rallying. The new pairing got off to a brilliant start in their Nissan Micra, setting fastest time on the opening stage of the event. Read More »