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The Citroën Racing Trophy will once again feature in the MSA British Rally Championship in 2014, helping the front runners to keep their DS3s at maximum attack with a substantial prize fund.

€10,000 in prize vouchers will be available on each of the seven rallies (the Rally Isle of Man double header prize split between the two legs) and this year Citroën Racing has elected to incentivise the top five finishers using the state-of-the-art rally-winning machines.

The winner will still take a parts voucher worth €4000, with second taking €2250, third €1500, fourth €1250 and fifth place benefitting from €1000 in parts support – definitely not to be sniffed at. Read More »

– Jukka Korhonen secures Citroën Trophy UK (CRT) and British Rally Championship title (BRC), as Citroën dominates the BRC once again
– Osian Pryce nets CRT victory hat-trick, Korhonen seals title with third place
– Korhonen: “It’s just an amazing feeling”

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Finn Jukka Korhonen heads to the Rally Sunseeker as hot favourite to take the MSA British Rally Championship and the Citroën Racing Trophy UK titles this weekend.

Korhonen currently leads the series by 12 points, but with a superb set of prizes in store for the top three finishers and the final positions still to be decided, there’s a lot at stake as the crews line up on Friday night for the ceremonial start at Poole Quay.

This year’s Citroën Racing Trophy UK winner receives 8000€, a free entry into Wales Rally GB and 20 Pirelli rally tyres, with second place also receiving a free entry, 5000€ and 12 free Pirelli tyres. The third placed driver receives a Wales Rally GB entry, 3000€ and eight free Pirelli tyres. Read More »

– Osian Pryce seals victory on Yorkshire tarmac, to take his second consecutive Citroën Racing Trophy UK win
– Jukka Korhonen finishes second, to hold on to the championship lead with one round remaining

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– Trackrod Rally Yorkshire marks penultimate meeting of Citroën Racing Trophy UK this weekend
– Number one seed, Tom Cave, is looking for his second successive Rally Yorkshire win
– Current championship leader, Jukka Korhonen, is aiming to consolidate his position at the top, ahead of Alastair Fisher

The Citroën Racing Trophy UK and the MSA British Rally Championship reach their penultimate rounds this weekend at Trackrod Rally Yorkshire and the DS3 R3 crews are looking forward to returning to the forest stages, all of which are classic RAC rally tests. Read More »

Pryce Ulster13a– Pryce prevails in challenging Rally NI to secure maiden Citroën Racing Trophy UK victory ahead of Jukka Korhonen
– A number of key contenders fell victim to tricky tarmac conditions, including Alastair Fisher and early leader, Tom Cave

Twenty-year-old Welshman, Osian Pryce, took his first Citroën Racing Trophy UK and MSA British Rally Championship outright victory at Rally NI – an event which proved extremely challenging for the DS3 crews on the switch-back Ulster lanes. Read More »

– Citroën Racing Trophy UK returns to action in Northern Ireland this weekend
– Jukka Korhonen, who stunned many with his win earlier this year, will head up the action
– Round four, with new stages featuring a host of bumps and jumps, is expected to test drivers, cars and crews to the maximum

Round four of the Citroën Racing Trophy UK will take place on the Todds Leap Ulster Rally. The rally gets underway on Friday from a new base in Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh.

The Rally NI section hosts the Citroën Racing Trophy UK and MSA British Rally Championship runners and it is 29-year-old Finn, Jukka Korhonen, who will start at number one, as he leads both the British Rally Championship and Citroën Racing Trophy UK series. Read More »

– Citroën Racing Trophy UK returns to Scotland for round three
– Jukka Korhonen aiming for third successive win
– All of the top-10 seeded entrants are DS3 R3 runners, as the 1600cc machines continue to dominate

Round three of both the Citroën Racing Trophy UK and British Rally Championship return to Scotland again this weekend, but this time it’s to the border forests, rather than the tarmac roads encountered on round two. Tarmac or gravel, it seems no problem to Finn, Jukka Korhonen, who dominated the opening rally in the Kielder forests, then took a superb win on the Jim Clark Rally, but not without a strong challenge from Tom Cave. Read More »

– Round two of the Citroën Racing Trophy UK will be held in Scotland this weekend
– Competitors will cover 130 miles of tarmac stages, beginning on Friday evening
– Several crews in contention for a strong result on the Border roads

The Jim Clark Memorial Rally welcomes the Citroën Racing Trophy crews this weekend, as the DS3 R3-mounted crews will challenge 130 miles of closed road tarmac stages, on the Border roads. Read More »

Former Pirelli Star Driver, 28-year-old Finn, Jukka Korhonen, took a dominant victory on the opening round of the Citroën Racing Trophy UK. Citroën DS3 R3s took an amazing top five places on this opening MSA British Rally Championship round in the forests around Carlisle. The Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation Rally was in honour of the former World Rally Champion.

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