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BHRC16 pre-SVSThe 2016 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship is finely-balanced heading into round four, the Severn Valley Stages Rally on Saturday 4 June.

After three rounds, Irish ace Paul Barrett heads the overall points’ table after three tremendous rallies in his Pinto-powered Ford Escort Mk2. Barrett jumped ahead when both Jason Pritchard and Nick Elliott fell victim to the notorious Kielder forest on the recent Pirelli Carlisle Rally. Now comes a return to Wales for some classic forest stages at a point in the calendar when there is everything to play for. Read More »

BHRC16 RNWbJason Pritchard and Phil Clarke took their second win of the season on Rally North Wales (Saturday 2 April), the second round of the 2016 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship.

Once again, Pritchard and Clarke traded times with Nick Elliott and Dave Price and it was a chicane in the opening stage that proved central to the final result. Read More »

Two of the most popular rally championships in the country joined together at this year’s North Wales Rally Services – Rally North Wales and produced two new names to be engraved onto winners on the trophy of Saturdays (2nd April) event.   Jason Pritchard, co-driven by Phil Clarke took the honours of the National A event for the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship crews in his Ford Escort MK2 with Luke Francis and John H Roberts taking the National A event win and maximum points in the Pirelli MSA Welsh Rally Championship in his Mitsubishi E9. Read More »

Jason Pritchard and Phil Clarke took their second win of the season on today’s Rally North Wales (Saturday 2 April), the second round of the 2016 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship.BHRC16 RNWa Read More »

Jason Pritchard and Phil Clarke got their season off to a perfect start with victory on the Red Kite Historic Stages (Sunday 21 February), the opening round of the 2016 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship.BHRC16 Red Kite B Read More »

BHRC16 Red Kite AJason Pritchard and Phil Clarke got their season off to a perfect start with victory on today’s Red Kite Historic Stages (Sunday 21 February), the opening round of the 2016 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship.

The ice and snow of the 2015 Red Kite was replaced by persistent rain and, at times, thick fog to deliver another tough start to the season but Pritchard and Clarke (Ford Escort Mk2) never put a wheel wrong and took maximum points to open their title defence in style. Read More »

The award winners for the 2015 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship and the Wales Rally Spares R.A.C. Championship were celebrated in style at the Casa Hotel in Chesterfield on Saturday (24 October).BHRC & RAC awards Read More »

BHRC15 Manx AJason Pritchard and Phil Clarke secured the 2015 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship crown after rounds six and seven on the Rally Isle of Man Classicagh (September 17-19).

Although Pritchard and Clarke only finished fourth in the final overall results, they scored enough points across the two parts of the championship double-header to put the matter out of reach of their rivals with one round to run. Read More »

BHRC15 Flatters AJason Pritchard and Phil Clarke claimed an important victory on round five of the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship on the Harry Flatters Rally (Sunday 26 July).

Persistent and heavy rain made the Epynt ranges a tough place to go rallying, but Pritchard and Clarke rose to the challenge of five long stages on the asphalt roads of the famous venue and were clear victors as the sun finally came out in time to welcome the finishers back to Brecon. Read More »

BHRC15 FlattersJason Pritchard and Phil Clarke claimed an important victory on round five of the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship on the Harry Flatters Rally today (Sunday 26 July).

Persistent rain, heavy at times, made the Epynt ranges a tough place to go rallying, but Pritchard and Clarke rose to the challenge of five long stages and were clear victors as the sun finally came out in time to welcome the finishers back to Brecon. Read More »

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