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Reigning British Rally Championship Cadet Cup champion Rupert Flynn upheld EDSL Sport honours at the opening round of the British Rally Championship and BTRDA Rally series last weekend, the Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally (8th February).

Making his Junior BRC debut, Flynn co-driver Richard Crozier stayed out of trouble to secure a confidence-boosting fifth spot in the series in the EDSL Sport hire car. Sadly neither team-mate Brian Brady or BTRDA contender Elliot Payne would make it to the Llandudno promenade to cross the ramp on Saturday evening. Read More »

Progressive rally driver Eddie Lewis proved that he is “not there to make up the numbers” after an impressive performance at the opening round of the Junior British Rally Championship last weekend, the Cambrian Rally (8th February).

Lewis, aged 18 from Newark, led the Junior BRC contingent after the opening stage and set a string of top times, before a puncture and subsequent steering issue forced the youngster down the leader board to just miss out on a podium position on the final stage of the rally, finishing fourth. Read More »

Motorsport Ireland Billy Coleman Award nominee William Creighton stormed to an inspiring Junior British Rally Championship victory at the opening round of the series, the Llandudno based Cambrian Rally (8th February). Read More »

Finlay Retson secured the best result of his career at Saturday’s Cambrian Rally (8th February), finishing in second place at the opening round of the Junior British Rally Championship.

The 19-year-old ace from Blairgowrie enjoyed the best possible start to his 2020 campaign, battling through tricky conditions to set two fastest times and even lead the category at one point on his way to a runner up position across the world-famous North Wales stages in his Ford Fiesta R2. Read More »

Nottinghamshire rally driver Eddie Lewis will return to the scene of his successful World Rally Championship debut this week as he embarks on his maiden season in the prestigious Junior British Rally Championship at the Cambrian Rally (8th February). Read More »

Moira rally driver William Creighton will aim to get his Junior British Rally Championship campaign off to the best possible start this weekend, as the season gets underway at the Llandudno based Cambrian Rally (8th February).

The Motorsport Ireland Billy Coleman Award nominee has made the switch to a brand new M-Sport Ford Fiesta R2 for the forthcoming season, as the Junior BRC switches to a single make formula, with the winner awarded a €60,000 prize fund towards an FIA Junior World Rally Championship programme the following year thanks to M-Sport and Pirelli. Read More »

Official M-Sport re-seller EDSL Sport will showcase the range of popular Ford Fiesta R2’s at a team test day on December 14th in the Midlands.

The Hampshire based squad will have the latest specification MK8 1.0litre EcoBoost Ford Fiesta R2T example available to test at the Curborough Circuit near Lichfield, Staffordshire and will also have the earlier generation Fiesta’s (R2 & R2T) on hand for use during the session. Read More »

Billy Coleman Award finalist William Creighton secured his first Junior British Rally Championship (JBRC) victory since the 2017 Ulster Rally, storming from a lowly fifth place to win the category at the Armstrong Galloway Hills Rally last weekend (14th September).

Creighton, 21 from Moira in Co. Down has suffered a string of bad luck this season behind the wheel of his Creightons backed Peugeot 208 R2, and that luck would find him once again on the second stage of the Scottish event, suffering a puncture and dropping to last place. Read More »

London based rally driver Ruairi Bell helped to cement his plans for 2020 by winning €60,000 towards an FIA Junior World Rally Championship (JWRC) campaign after storming to the Fiesta Trophy victory at last weekend’s Armstrong Galloway Hills Rally (14th September), final round of the British Rally Championship (BRC).

The 19-year-old ace took his Baltic Motorsport Fiesta R2T to fourth place in the Junior BRC during the day, doing enough to scoop the biggest prize in UK Rallying which has been provided by M-Sport and Pirelli. Read More »

Irish rally ace Marty Gallagher was able to spray the Junior British Rally Championship champagne for the first time since February as he took the EDSL Sport Ford Fiesta R2T to second place at the Armstrong Galloway Hills Rally (14th September), the final round of the 2019 season.

Gallagher and co-driver Dean O`Sullivan were able to enjoy a trouble-free run in their M-Sport machine, even leading the hotly contested Junior series before settling for the runner up spot and a well-deserved finish. Read More »