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Wolverhampton and South Staffordshire Car Club regret to announce the North Wales Rally Services Rally North Wales is forced to cancel its 2020 running of the event due to uncertainties surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic.

After being forced to postpone the Dolgellau based event which was originally planned for the 28th March until November, the event organising team have been closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation. Read More »

The Fuchs Lubricants British Historic Rally Championship [BHRC] will provisionally start in June, after the sports governing body, Motorsport UK, announced a countrywide ban on the issue of organising permits due to the spread of the Covid-19 virus on Tuesday (17th March). Read More »

Wolverhampton and South Staffordshire Car Club regret to announce the 2020 North Wales Rally Services Rally North Wales, planned for the 28th March will be postponed following the latest directive from the sport’s governing body, Motorsport UK who have suspended all organising permits with immediate effect due to the Covid-19 situation. Organisers have scheduled a new, provisional date, of Saturday 21st November 2020. Read More »

The North Wales Rally Services – Rally North Wales is just a few weeks away and entries are approaching the 100 mark. With classic stages in the region, compact format and a visit to the Dyfi and Pantperthog forests, you can be assured of a great opening round to our championship as always. Read More »

Talented 18-year-old rally driver Tom Llewellin will make the switch to the Fuchs Lubricants British Historic Rally Championship (BHRC) in 2020 and is aiming “for the top” on his maiden season in the series.

Llewellin, son of two-time British Rally Champion David, successfully campaigned his Ford Escort MK2 in the Welsh Rally Championship in 2019, securing the two-wheel-drive and Under 23 titles on his debut year in the historic specification machine. Read More »

The North Wales Rally Services – Rally North Wales opens its entries today (5th February) and announces a brand new route for the 28th March event which has entertained competitors and fans since it’s rejuvenated come-back in 2015.

Sponsored once again by leading motorsport build a preparation experts North Wales Rally Services, the Wolverhampton and South Staffordshire Car Club organised event, will see a change to the traditional forests as it introduces the legendary Pantperthog test to the route in 2020. Read More »

Three-time Welsh Rally Champion Alex Allingham will mount a full assault on the Fuchs Lubricants British Historic Rally Championship (BHRC) in 2020, behind the wheel of the Weir Rallying UK Ford Escort Mk II.

Allingham will be joined by Ross Weir in the co-drivers seat as the duo aim to add the prestigious British title to their impressive list of accolades between them. The pairing will be going head to head with some of the fastest historic crews in the UK in the new-look eight-round series. Read More »

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 »

The 2020 calendar for the FUCHS LUBRICANTS Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship has been unveiled.

The schedule, which grows from seven rounds in 2019 to eight events in 2020, takes in five gravel events and three asphalt events, including two major closed-road rallies. New to the schedule is the Jim Clark Rally in May, which returns to the calendar after a break and offers outstanding closed-road stages in the Scottish borders. Read More »

Simon Webster and Jez Rogers were confirmed as BHRC champions on Saturday afternoon (28 September) after the final round of the FUCHS LUBRICANTS Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship.

While Matthew Robinson and Sam Collis took back-to-back victories on the Trackrod Historic Cup, Webster and Rogers saw off the challenge of Stanley Orr and Grahame Henderson to emerge as popular overall champions after a tremendously sporting contest. “Simon’s a gentleman and he’s a very worthy champion,” said Orr. Read More »