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FIA Junior World Rally Championship co-driver Phil Hall guided fellow Briton Jon Armstrong to a dominant Renties Ypres Rally Belgium victory last weekend (13 – 15 August), meaning he heads into the final round of the series within sight of clinching the iconic title.

The Motorsport UK Team UK rally co-driver steered Armstrong to seven stage wins in their M-Sport Fiesta Rally4, winning the demanding closed-road event by over a minute from their nearest rival. Hall’s result in Belgium puts him just three points shy of the lead of the Junior WRC heading into the final round in Spain in October. Read More »

– Junior World Rally Championship contender William Creighton storms to seven stage wins at the Renties Ypres Rally
– The Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy ace shows true potential, but is denied a top result due to a technical issue
– Moira driver heads into final round of the series in fifth place Read More »

– Junior World Rally Championship contender William Creighton cites upcoming Ypres Rally as a pivotal event in the calendar
– The Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy pilot has enjoyed a solid points haul on every Junior WRC round so far this season
– Moira driver continues to build vital experience of World Championship events Read More »

British rally co-driver Phil Hall remains on-track to fight for the coveted FIA Junior World Rally Championship title after a scintillating performance at Rally Estonia last weekend (15-18 July), taking second place at the gruelling event.

The third round of the five-event series saw a blistering pace from the front-running crews as Hall guided fellow Brit Jon Armstrong to five stage victories before securing the impressive runner-up spot in what is considered a highly specialist, super-fast gravel event. Read More »

– Moira rally driver William Creighton continued to build experience on the world stage with a solid finish at Rally Estonia
– Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy pilot showed a positive pace in Junior BRC category in Wales the previous weekend
– Creighton aiming to learn from World Championship event mileage Read More »

FIA Junior World Rally Championship co-driver Phil Hall was eager to “take away the positives” from last weekend’s second round of the series, as engine failure denied him another top result at Vodafone Rally de Portugal (21-23 May).

The RAF Reserves High Performing Athlete and Motorsport UK Team UK squad member would resume his Junior WRC title charge alongside fellow Briton Jon Armstrong, after taking his maiden world-level victory at the first round of the series in Croatia just a few weeks ago. Read More »

– Moira rally driver William Creighton overcomes transmission woes to secure fifth spot Vodafone Rally de Portugal
– Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy ace shows strong pace at difficult FIA Junior World Rally Championship counter
– Creighton battles for Junior WRC lead on opening day before being forced out Read More »

– Moira rally driver William Creighton aims to build on Croatia Rally result at Vodafone Rally de Portugal
– Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy member will seek more crucial points in his maiden FIA Junior World Rally Championship season
– Creighton aims to “pick his battles” in the rough gravel counter Read More »

Motorsport UK Team UK squad member and RAF Reservist Phil Hall has become the first British co-driver to win a round of the FIA Junior World Rally Championship since 2014, storming to a convincing victory at Croatia Rally alongside fellow Briton Jon Armstrong.

Despite the newly formed partnership contesting an event for the very first time together, Hall guided the pairing to a ground-breaking win across the perilous Croatian closed road event, securing his maiden Junior WRC win in the process. Hall now leads the Junior World Rally Championship standings. Read More »

– Moira rally driver William Creighton overcomes a difficult Junior World Rally Championship debut to take fifth place at Croatia Rally
– Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy pilot sets second-fastest time on Wolf Power Stage
– Creighton marks the weekend as “mission accomplished” Read More »