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Chesterfield rally star Rhys Yates stamped his authority firmly on the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) leader board last weekend as he took his Ford Fiesta R5 to fifth place at the Brick and Steel Border Counties Rally.

In only his second season in the series, Yates triumphed over many more experienced competitors and his top five result meant he was also the first English driver home in the ultra-competitive BRC field. Read More »

MSA British Rally Championship hopeful Rhys Yates will join forces with series sponsor, Prestone during his 2017 assault on the series.

The Chesterfield rally driver will pilot the Brettex Site Services Fiesta R5 in the high profile championship and aims to better his 2016 result of tenth in the series. Having set a handful of fastest times last season, Yates has already attracted the attention of a number of high profile brands for his 2017 BRC campaign and Prestone is the latest addition to the team. Read More »

yates-pre17After a successful debut in last year’s MSA British Rally Championship, Chesterfield rally ace Rhys Yates has secured backing from a raft of UK businesses in support of his assault on the series in 2017.

As title sponsor of Yates’ driving career since he began back in 2013 Brettex Site Services will return once again in 2017 ensuring the popular Brettex livery can remain on the Ford Fiesta R5 for the coming season.  Fondly known and Team Brettex, the small family run outfit will run the car for a second season and will be joined by experienced co driver Carl Williamson. Read More »

yates-cambrian17Prestone MSA British Rally Championship hopeful Rhys Yates will be forced to alter his pre-season plans after last weekend’s Cambrian Rally was cancelled after just one stage thanks to ice on the North Wales stages.

Originally using the event as a test for his forthcoming BRC campaign, Yates and co-driver Carl Williamson had to tip-toe through the opening stage of the event as a layer of thick ice and a dusting of snow packed the forest surface. Read More »

Chesterfield rally ace Rhys Yates will contest this weekend’s Cambrian Rally as he prepares for a full assault on the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) this season. yates-pre-cambrian17a Read More »

yates-iom16bChesterfield rally star Rhys Yates showed an impressive turn of pace at last weekend’s Rally Isle of Man to record a series of top three stage times on the final round of the MSA British Rally Championship.  The Brettex Site Services backed ace was on track for his best performance of the year, before retirement during the closing stages of the three day event. Read More »

yates-07Brettex Site Services backed rally ace Rhys Yates will make the trip across the Irish Sea this week to tackle the final round of the MSA British Rally Championship, Rally Isle of Man.  After six hard fought rounds across the British Isles the Chesterfield driver has impressed onlookers in his inaugural year in the series and will look to beat his season best result of sixth on the closed public Manx roads during the three day event. Read More »

Yates UlsterRallyChesterfield rally driver Rhys Yates overcame “one of the toughest” rallies he has ever done to take an impressive eight overall at last weekend’s Ulster Rally. As if his result on the MSA British Rally Championship qualifier was not enough, Yates and co-driver Tom Woodburn were awarded the Philip White Young Achievers Award by rally organisers for their performance on the Londonderry based event. Read More »

Yates-003Brettex Site Services backed rally driver Rhys Yates will return to the MSA British Rally Championship this weekend and is looking to build on his ever improving pace and gain confidence on the closed asphalt roads which form the Ulster Rally. Yates will resume his BRC campaign behind the wheel of his familiar Fiesta R5 Evo and has sighted his recent sealed surface performance on the Nicky Grist Stages as an indication of what is to come from the 24 year old. Read More »

NGStages_JMSPhotoChesterfield rally driver Rhys Yates mastered one of the toughest events on the MSA British Rally Championship calendar by taking seventh overall at the Nicky Grist Stages in Wales.  The fifth round of the series is unique thanks to its mixed-surface format but Yates dealt with the two day blast over the forests and closed roads of the Epynt Military Ranges with ease to maintain his top ten BRC position. Read More »