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Front-running Prestone MSA British Rally Championship Cadet pairing Alex Waterman and Harry Thomas will graduate to the Junior category this season behind the wheel of an MH Motorsport Fiesta R2T.

After a successful debut season in the sport which saw the duo take an impressive third overall in the series designed for up and coming young drivers, the Hampshire based preparation firm has signed the duo as they step into one of the most hotly contested categories in the sport. Read More »


– Two testing days available with Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing
– Championship leader after Ypres and overall champion to drive latest R5 machine
– Registrations now open for Britain’s premier rallying series

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Hampshire based British rally team MH Motorsport enjoyed a successful weekend at the fifth round of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC), scoring a Cadet podium lock-out at the Nicky Grist Stages in Wales (8th/9th July). In the process, they edge just a few points away from securing the Cadet Cup title.

With the Cadet category providing the opportunity for progressive youngsters to hone their skills in older specification R2 cars, the series was always set to provide close competition this season and MH Motorsport’s Josh Cornwell & Richard Bliss have dominated proceedings in each round so far. A third place last weekend was enough to bring them within a stone’s throw of the Cadet Cup honours with two rounds remaining. Read More »

Swedish driver Fredrik Ahlin and his Norwegian co-driver Torstein Eriksen claimed victory on round five of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship – the Nicky Grist Stages (8/9 July). Local crew Osian Pryce and Dale Furniss (Ford Fiesta R5) led for most of the event until a high-pressure fuel pump failure sidelined the Welsh pairing on Sunday afternoon – allowing the Scandinavian crew to inherit the lead in their DMACK Skoda Fabia R5. The Welsh event was their third victory this season – returning them to the top of the championship table. Read More »

As the only MH Motorsport BRC Junior category entrant in the rally, all eyes were on Solberg for the unforgiving event which was the first foray onto a sealed surface this season. Co-driven by Patrik Barth, Solberg now lies just ten points way from a podium position in the championship.

The Hampshire-based firm took four cars to the event across the English Channel but the round one winner would be the only pilot of the Ford Fiesta 1.0litre EcoBoost R2T in the team. Read More »

After taking a Prestone Junior BRC win at the opening round in March, Solberg and co-driver Patrik Barth will be looking for a return to form at the Ypres Rally, having missed out on a podium position in the last two rounds of the series.

They will be aiming to take their Ford Fiesta 1.0litre EcoBoost R2T to a second victory as the championship makes a switch to asphalt in Europe. Read More »

The third round of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship went right down to the wire on the final stage of the final day, with homegrown hero David Bogie and co-driver Kevin Rae winning the RSAC Scottish Rally (19-20 May).

Bogie and Rae enjoyed a ding-dong battle throughout with the fellow Skoda Fabia R5 crew of Fredrik Ahlin and Torstein Eriksen, until the Scandinavian pairing were forced out of the event with a damaged radiator. Read More »

Petersfield based preparation experts MH Motorsport will be aiming to take their second Prestone MSA Junior British Rally Championship (BRC) win in a row, as they head to the Pirelli International Rally in Carlisle this weekend.

MH Motorsport were delighted to come out on top at the series opener in March, with Norwegian Oscar Solberg taking the win of the hotly contested Prestone MSA Junior BRC series in his Fiesta R2T. Read More »

– BRC set to excel in extremes with new title partner Prestone
– Continued TV coverage on Channel 4, BT Sport and Motorsport TV
– Substantial cash prize fund of £30,000 for Junior BRC Champion
– Exciting seven-round calendar offering an array of challenging conditions

With just days until the start of the 2017 Prestone MSA British Rally Championship, Britain’s premier rallying series is ready to fire into action with a raft of exciting changes and developments ahead of the new season. Here is your guide to the year ahead. Read More »

brc-junior-prize17e– Cash prize can be taken to any series
– Junior BRC moves to open tyre format
– Tyre supply open to all BRC-registered tyre manufacturers
– Fierce competition expected once again in 2017 series

The 2017 Junior British Rally Champion will take home a massive cash prize of £30,000 after a closed-season shake-up in the series’ tyre regulations. Read More »