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205-rac-announce17The Peugeot 205GTi will be celebrated in the Fuchs Lubricants R.A.C. Historic Asphalt Rally Championship 2017, with a dedicated 205 Cup for both 1.6 and 1.9-litre models.

The 205 Cup will be open to pre-1990 cars running to period homologation, both in Group A and Group N specification. The 205 Cup will allow owners the chance to compete in these iconic cars on quality asphalt events. Read More »

rac-17-announceThe calendar for the Fuchs Lubricants R.A.C. Historic Asphalt Rally Championship has been announced and will comprise seven rounds at six events in 2017, including two new events to the championship.

The championship is for two-wheel drive historic cars from up to the end of 1990, and is organised by the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club alongside the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship. Read More »

– 20 stages covering 163 miles across three days
– Town centre stages each day
– Nine tests over eleven miles in length
– The Sloc, last run 36 years ago re-introduced
– Concludes with iconic ‘Classic’ stage brining crews to the famous TT Grandstand finish

Next weeks Rally Isle of Man will present competitors with a true ‘Manx’ challenge!

Event organisers have laid on 20 stages covering 163 miles across the island from Thursday evening to Saturday afternoon. Read More »

isleofman15 (59)After many years of doing the Manx National we finally got round to the big brother, Rally Isle of Man, and it proved to be a worthy epic. The overall top 3 took their positions after stage 7 and did not change thereafter, but by no means was this a boring rally as there was plenty going on and battles throughout. The opening two tests saw the German crew of Ron Schumann & Stefan Weigel (Evo VII) break the previous all-time stage records to lie an impressive 1st overall but it all came to nothing on the tricky Rhenab stage when the crew left the stage and retired from the event. Steve & Andrew Colley (Evo IX) took over the lead with a total of 11 fastest stage times on their way to victory by a minute and three quarters. Read More »