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The Prestone MSA British Rally Championship is ready to burst back onto some of the world’s best rallying stages with another action-packed year of competition ahead following its highly successful reincarnation last year. The BRC is well-known for being the premier proving ground for young rallying talent, and further history is set to be made on the seven-round series in 2017.

2016 witnessed a stellar performance by Elfyn Evans in a DMACK-backed Ford Fiesta R5. The Welshman put on a dominant display to clinch the title on the Ulster Rally – 20 years after his father Gwyndaf lifted the same trophy on the same event. Read More »

– Elfyn Evans and co-driver Craig Parry win the final round of the MSA British Rally Championship on the Isle of Man
– Triple BRC Champion Mark Higgins makes return
– BRC Podium spoils for Tom Cave and Desi Henry
– Robert Duggan and Gerard Conway claim the DMACK Junior BRC class win and fastest front-wheel-drive car on classic Manx test

Elfyn Evans and co-driver Craig Parry won the Rally Isle of Man this weekend (15/17 September) after a gruelling three-day encounter over the classic Manx Tarmac roads. Read More »

Race Retro16Line up on the grid and get ready to start your engines at Race Retro roars into Stoneleigh Park from 26th to 28th February with a fantastic line-up of motorsport heroes, high octane live action, and amazing cars from racing and rallying. Plus, hundreds of traders offering everything you need for the coming season – be it as a competitor or an enthusiast. Get your Race Retro tickets now. Read More »

– Rally ace Mark Higgins sets new lap record around famous TT circuit in all-new Subaru WRX STI
– New four-wheeled lap record for the 37.8-mile course stands at 19:26 – beating 2011 record established by Higgins in previous-generation WRX STI
– Minimal modifications to record-beating road carHiggins Manx TT14 Read More »

– Rally ace Mark Higgins to tackle famous circuit in new WRX STI
– Current four-wheeled lap record established by Higgins in previous generation WRX STI
– Record challenge car will have minimal modificationsSubaru IoM TT14 Read More »

A truly sensational entry has been assembled for the opening round of the West Wales Rally Spares R.A.C Rally Championship, the Red Kite Stages (Sunday 20 January), with the field headed by Julian Reynolds, Mark Higgins and Nick Elliott.RAC pre-Red Kite13 Read More »

The best ever entry, in terms of both quality and quantity, will line up for the 2010 Roger Albert Clark Rally when the classic event starts in Pickering on Friday 26 November.

A fabulous total of 78 cars will contest the historic and open elements of the rally and two former British Rally champions will head the main field as they each bid to become the first driver to win the event twice. Read More »

Mark Higgins and Rauno Aaltonen race retro09Visitors will have an even greater chance to mix with motorsport legends at Race Retro 2010 by purchasing a VIP ticket, giving you a fantastic opportunity to have exclusive access to the show’s distinguished guests. Held from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th March at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, the VIP ticket will give you early access to the show as well as entrance into a hospitality suite where you can enjoy refreshments throughout the day. Read More »

The 51st year of the MSA British Rally Championship may have started back in the grey cold of Wales in March, but as far as the title fight between Keith Cronin/Greg Shinnors and Mark Higgins/Bryan Thomas is concerned, it starts on the Ulster International Rally in three weeks time.

That’s not altogether fair on the other title protagonists though, since it is mathematically possible for anyone down to eighth place in the points table to snatch victory. However, the smart money is almost certainly on the pair at the top with two wins and two second places apiece, jostling for position on 76 points each. Read More »

The 51st year of the MSA British Rally Championship is shaping up to be a real hum-dinger with a fierce and ultra close battle for the top spot.
Just two points split new-boy leader Keith Cronin and triple Champion Mark Higgins, which seems pretty close, as the season heads into its second half. As July’s Rally Isle of Man entry deadline looms, the Championship would be even closer if the passage of time is to be believed.
After three events, 32 stages, 305 stage miles and 4¾ hours of flat out, high intensity, multi-surface rallying, the total time taken by Cronin and Higgins could be closer, but not much closer. Read More »