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Just days after tackling round two of the Junior World Championship in Corsica, British co-driver Phil Hall made the mammoth trip to Paraguay last week to compete in the Super Rally del Nanduti alongside Skoda Fabia R5 pilot Miguel Garcia.

The newly formed duo would have a dream start to the tough event, leading overall until a damaged radiator demoted the Saba Competición run Skoda back to fourth, narrowly missing out on a podium spot in the searing heat of the event near the country’s capital, Ascuncion. Read More »


MSA Academy co-driver Phil Hall rounded off his year with a FIA World Rally Championship class win in Australia, taking the RC4 honours at the Kennards Hire Rally Australia (16-19 November 2017) alongside Ford Fiesta R2 pilot, Rhys Pinter. Read More »

International rally co-driver Phil Hall will head to Australia this week to contest the final round of the FIA World Rally Championship and alongside it, returns to an exciting relationship with the Royal Air Force.

Hall, from Mansfield in Nottingham, was previously a full time serviceman but left the RAF in 2015 to pursue a professional rally career. After returning to the service earlier this year as a reservist, Hall will once again wear the iconic RAF livery that launched his career, starting with the Kennards Hire Rally Australia (16-19 November 2017). Read More »

Progressive co-driver Phil Hall had a tough Dayinsure Wales Rally GB baptism last weekend (26-29th October) as he made his home World Rally Championship debut, sat alongside rising British talent Tom Williams.

Using an MH Motorsport Ford Fiesta 1.0 litre Ecoboost R2T for the very first time, Hall guided Williams to 5th in class RC2 and 51st overall, overcoming a damaged subframe and the use of Rally2 on Saturday’s leg of the event. Read More »

MSA Academy co-driver Phil Hall returns from single-make outing in Germany to tackle Britain’s round of the FIA World Rally Championship for the first time.

Despite racking up numerous FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) events, British rally co-driver Phil Hall will make his debut on his home round of the series as he contests this week’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB (26-29 October). Read More »

MSA Academy rally co-driver Phil Hall secured an impressive result in the ultra-competitive Opel Adam Cup last weekend, taking ninth in the category alongside upcoming driver Fred Field at ADAC Rallye Niedersachsen in Germany (8th/9th September).

Just weeks after securing his second FIA World Rally Championship finish of the year at ADAC Rally Deutschland alongside British Rally Championship contender Tom Williams, Hall returned to mainland Europe to join Field for the second time in the Adam Cup. Read More »

MSA Academy co-driver Phil Hall will tackle his second FIA World Rally Championship round in as many months, as he heads for the ADAC Rally Deutschland alongside British Rally Championship contender Tom Williams. Read More »

Nottingham rally co-driver Phil Hall will head to the FIA World Rally Championship for the second time this season, as he guides up-and-coming British Rally Championship talent Tom Williams around the infamous Neste Rally Finland (27 – 30 July).

After outings in Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Corsica so far this year, Hall will assist the Ford Fiesta R2 driver on only his second outing in a WRC event, utilising his previous experience of the country’s huge jumps and super-fast roads. Dubbed the “Rally of 1000 Lakes” the event is steeped in history and sits alongside the Monte Carlo Rally and RAC Rally as a legendary rally. Read More »

Despite being away from the gruelling sport for around 18 months, Hall and teammate Carla Scowcroft overcame blistering heat and a tough 70km all-terrain route to finish 11th, taking 4th in the mixed class in the process.

Hall can usually be found in the codriver’s seat of a wide range of leading rally cars across the world. Outings in mainland Europe, Australia and New Zealand have left the 28 year old little time to concentrate on his other passion of endurance running and walking events.

A necessary part of his motorsport activities have been fitness and Hall has ensured he has kept up a training plan since his last endurance event. This enabled him to head to Surrey at the weekend to contest the two-day Mountain Marathon across the tricky terrain of the South East. Read More »

The 28-year-old from Nottingham can regularly be seen in the co-driver’s seat of top-flight rally cars across the world, but this weekend Hall will turn his attentions to the South East countryside to get his fix as he contests the tough, 70km route over two days.

Due to his hectic motorsport schedule, Hall has been unable to contest an endurance event for some time and this weekend’s OMM Lite marks his return to the sport after almost a year away. Whilst his recent sporting efforts have concentrated on rallying, he has kept his fitness levels up with the intention of returning to trails when time allows. Read More »