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The 2016 John Easson Award winner Sam Bilham will return to active competition for the first time since March after securing a one-off drive in the Swift Group Ford Fiesta R2 at next month’s Nicky Grist Stages Rally (14th July).

The Bingley rally driver has only managed one outing this season after winning last year’s DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy which ran alongside the BTRDA Rally Series. Bilham will now compete on the fourth round of the series in a more powerful R2 specification machine, thanks to the support of the Swift Group, Greenlight Sports and Entertainment and the car’s owner Peter Smith. Read More »

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Sam Bilham enjoyed a positive debut behind the wheel of a new Vauxhall ADAM Cup car last weekend at Rally North Wales (24th March), taking the impressive machine to second in class M3 and 11th modern crew home at the Dolgellau based event. Read More »

Reigning Fiesta ST Trophy champion Sam Bilham will make his debut in a Vauxhall ADAM Cup car at the opening round of the Rally2 championship this weekend (24th March), Rally North Wales.

His inaugural event in the new machine will be bolstered by support from leading motorsport tyre manufacturer DMACK who will assist Bilham throughout the 2018 season. The Cumbrian outfit were responsible for providing tyres to the Fiesta Trophy in 2017 and will continue their relationship with the Bingley driver in the Vauxhall. Read More »

The 2017 DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy champion Sam Bilham will make his first outing since winning the title last September, taking to the wheel of a Vauxhall ADAM Cup for Rally North Wales (24th March). Read More »

Bingley rally driver Sam Bilham endured a tough return to the 2017 DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy with engine issues forcing the current champion out of contention for a home win on Trackrod Rally Yorkshire (30th September).

But a fifth-place category finish was enough to add another title to his name, securing the Ravenol BTRDA Rally Series Junior Driver Award at the event. Read More »

Despite clinching the DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy with two rounds to spare, Bingley rally driver Sam Bilham will make a comeback to the series on his home event at the end of the month at Trackrod Rally Yorkshire.

The 2300 Club John Easson Award winner secured five wins from five starts this season which ensured he took the title at the Nicky Grist Stages in July. Bilham and co-driver Cameron Fair make a return after missing the Woodpecker Stages and will bid for glory in the Yorkshire forests on 30th September. Read More »

Bingley rally driver Sam Bilham secured the hotly-contested DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy at last weekend’s Nicky Grist Stages after taking his fifth win of the series.

Bilham and co-driver Cameron Fair needed only a podium result on the event but took yet another victory to seal the championship with two rounds remaining. Read More »

DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy contender Sam Bilham lies just one podium result away from clinching the title this weekend as the series heads to Wales for the Nicky Grist Stages (Saturday 8th July).

The 2300 Club John Easson Award winner has dominated the hotly contested championship this season, taking four wins from four starts in his Calvert Construction & Reis Motorsport Insurance backed Fiesta. One more podium will see the Bingley ace seal the championship and Ravenol BTRDA Class N3 honours with two rounds still to go. Read More »

A fourth successive win in the BTRDA Rally Series – DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy this weekend brings the hotly contested single make championship title within the grasp of Bingley rally star Sam Bilham.

With victory at the DMACK Carlisle Stages on Saturday (10th June), the 2300 Club John Easson Award winner and co-driver Cameron Fair are just one podium result away from taking the Fiesta honours, despite three rounds of the series yet to run. Read More »

Bingley rally driver Sam Bilham will head to Cumbria this weekend looking for win number four in the BTRDA Rally Series N3 class and DMACK Fiesta ST Trophy at the DMACK Carlisle Stages.

Taking a hat-trick of wins so far this season, the 2300 Club John Easson Award winner and co-driver Cameron Fair have been a dominant pairing in the hotly contested single make championship and will enter the second half of the series firmly in control at the top of the standings. Read More »