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Steve Brown enjoyed the best result of his circuit racing career last weekend at Lydden Hill, by taking taking fifth spot in the Toyo Tyres British Rallycross Championship BMW MINI final (21st April).

Brown took his Bellerby RX MINI to the impressive result, despite contesting only the second ever British Rallycross meeting of his career. Added to his opening round result at Silverstone in March, he now sits in sixth place in the hotly contested single make formula. Read More »

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Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Constantine was hoping for more success in round two of the Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship this weekend at Lydden Hill in Kent but after a superb performance at the opening round at Silverstone last month, he couldn’t manage a repeat. Read More »

British rally driver turned Toyo Tyres British Rallycross Championship contender Steve Brown will be aiming for better fortune at Bank Holiday Monday’s Lydden Hill meeting (22nd April), after suffering a last-minute technical issue at the opening round of the series at Silverstone last month. Read More »

For the second meeting in a row, reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Llewellin claimed runner-up spot to continue his championship challenge at round seven of the MSA British Rallycross Championship held at Lydden Hill in Kent on bank holiday Monday.

As usual, the 17 year old from Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire was again contesting the Swift Sport Championship for Peter Gwynne Motorsport (PGM) in the Suzuki Swift and the day didn’t start too well when a technical problem ruled the Welshman out of the first heat. Read More »

Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Llewellin followed up his podium at the opening Tom Llewellinround of the Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship at Silverstone with more important points in round two at Lydden Hill in Kent although it wasn’t the result that he was hoping for. Read More »

Two of the most exciting and current names in British motorsport, Ash Sutton and Nathan Heathcote, will go head-to-head on Saturday 4 November, as part of Lydden Hill’s MotorMania event at the Kent track. The newly-crowned champions of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship and Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship will headline a packed programme of demo races, prior to the traditional fireworks display.

Sutton was crowned BTCC champion after an explosive season in the UK’s premier saloon car series which saw him the only driver to claim six wins across the season. Heathcote clinched the British RX title in style with victory in the final at Croft, and followed that up with a win in the British Rallycross Grand Prix the following day. Read More »

The 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship’s visit to the United Kingdom saw Team Peugeot Hansen collect a qualifying heat victory, while the work of Sébastien Loeb and Timmy Hansen promoted the outfit from third to second place in the provisional Teams’ standings. Read More »

• Mattias Ekström finishes fifth in Great Britain
• Swede loses overall lead in the world championship
• Ekström: “Victory was not on the cards, but a podium finish was”

Mattias Ekström finished fifth in the fifth round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship 2017. Read More »

Karting North East-sponsored driver Guy Wilks has vowed to come back fighting after missing out on a semi-final place at his home round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.Guy Walks

The only permanent British driver in this year’s championship, Wilks, from Durham, had been looking to emulate his success in the earlier part of the season as the championship headed to Lydden Hill for its only UK round of the year. Read More »

Karting North East-sponsored Guy Wilks is aiming to put the disappointment of recent rounds behind him when he contests his home event at this weekend’s World RX of Great Britain. Read More »