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It is all systems go for the Roger Albert Clark Rally Championship following confirmation that the new series has been granted championship status for 2013.

To be run as a National B status championship and run by the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club, the new series will cover seven one-day gravel rallies, starting with the Red Kite Rally on Sunday 20 January.

The championship will cater for cars from MSA historic Categories One, Two and Three, complying fully with MSA historic regulations. There will be a class for cars prepared to FIA Appendix K regulations, while additional classes will accommodate cars built up to the end of 1986, other pre ’87 cars that do not fully comply with historic regulations and an open category. Read More »

The MSA British Rally Championship will move back to a seven-round format in 2013, with the Scottish Rally back in the calendar after a seven year break.

The new-look calendar will also see Rally North Wales back as the opening round of the series, with Rallye Sunseeker playing host to the season finale in October.

The inclusion of the Scottish Rally plugs the summer gap in the calendar and with the start of the season in Wales in April, the events are spread relatively evenly across the season with plenty of time early in the year to prepare cars and finalise budgets. Read More »

The YouTube edit of the second round of the Kololi Beach Club MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Bulldog Historic Rally, is now on-line at: Read More »

Coverage of the second round of the Kololi Beach Club MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Bulldog Historic Rally, will first be screened on Motors TV at 10pm on Saturday 14 April. Read More »

British Rally Championship contender Matt Cotton finished on the podium once again last weekend when he contested the second round of the world renowned series, The Bulldog International Rally of North Wales.  Cotton piloted his AVS Motorsport run Ford Fiesta ST to a worthy 18th overall and 2nd in class, ensuring he remains in the championship title hunt for the remaining rounds of the season. Read More »

You can catch up now with highlights from round two of the MSA British Rally Championship, Bulldog International Rally of North Wales, on the championship’s own YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/BRCMedia.

The main Sky Sports programme, which normally airs on the Monday immediately after each event, will be shown a week later than usual, coinciding with the original date of the rally at the very end of March. Read More »

Richard Sykes and co-driver Simon Taylor took their first win in three years on round two of the NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge after a tough day’s action that saw only eight cars reach the finish in Welshpool.

The battle throughout the day threw up some surprising twists and turns but by the time the cars re-grouped at the finish it was Sykes who would lead home Steven Smith and Daniel Johnstone in second place with Damien Smith and Paula Swinscoe in third. Read More »

Stourbridge’s Richard Sykes took his first rally win in three years on the Bulldog Challenge event last weekend, a performance which put him in the lead of the BRC Challenge rally championship.

The Welshpool-based event, which was round two of the championship, started with the Big Ray stage. Read More »

Californian Nick Allen and British co-driver Andy Bull won the inaugural event in the 2012 Twingo Renaultsport R2 Trophy UK this weekend, Scots pairing Garry Pearson and Craig Wallace taking the R1 Trophy honours on their second event in this series.

The event, Bulldog International Rally of North Wales was the second round of the MSA British Rally Championship, this year an all two wheel drive affair which has attracted drivers from around the world. Read More »

Repeat victories for Nick Elliott/Dave Price (Ford Escort Mk2), Julian Reynolds/Patrick Walsh (Ford Escort Mk1) marked round two of the 2012 Kololi Beach Club MSA British Historic Rally Championship on the Bulldog Historic Rally on Saturday (24 March). Read More »