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Organisers of this year’s RSAC Scottish Rally have this week confirmed an exciting new format for the event which will play host to both the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) and ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) on the 19th and 20th May.bogie-scottish16 Read More »

brc-second-coming17aWith just five weeks until the Brick & Steel Border Counties Rally (17-18 March) blasts off in the famous forests around Jedburgh in south-east Scotland, the countdown to the 2017 Prestone MSA British Rally Championship has begun.

Building on the many notable successes of last season’s relaunched series, the 2017 title race will be decided over seven challenging rounds in Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Belgium, before culminating on the season’s final encounter on the Isle of Man in September. Read More »

Scottish ElfynEvansThe organisers of the 2017 RSAC Scottish Rally are pleased to advise that there will be a change of date for the event next year.

In discussion with, the ARR Craib Scottish Rally Championship and MSA British Rally Championship committees, the 2017 RSAC Scottish Rally is currently confirmed for Saturday 20th May 2017. Read More »

– Seven rounds in seven months for premier rally series
– Three gravel; three asphalt; one mixed surface event
– Visit to legendary Ypres Rally in Belgium
– Revised points format for 2017


The MSA British Rally Championship today (10 August) confirmed its proposed calendar for the 2017 season. Building on the extraordinary success of its first season back, next year’s BRC will further underline its standing as the premier domestic rally championship in the world. Read More »

Rhys Yates ScottishBrettex Site Services backed rally driver Rhys Yates made the trip to Scotland last weekend to contest round four of the MSA British Rally Championship, but failed to finish the Dumfries event after ending his rally in one of the events vast ditches.  Taking a brand new Evolution version of the Fiesta R5 to the event, Yates was just settling into the new machine when he slid off the forest road and into retirement. Read More »

Welshman Elfyn Evans took a start-to-finish victory at this weekend’s (25th June) RSAC Scottish Rally, winning the Dumfries based event by almost a minute from fellow countryman Tom Cave. Picking up a lead of eight seconds in the first stage of day, Evans and co-driver Craig Parry were never headed and after seven tough stages in the Eskdalemuir and Ae forests, took six stage wins in his DMACK Tyres Ford Fiesta R5 to become the new leader of the MSA British Rally Championship.

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BRC Scot16– Elfyn Evans and co-driver Craig Parry win the fourth round of the MSA British Rally Championship
– Evans retakes the Championship lead after triumph
– Crews battle the elements on one-day Scottish showdown
– Sindre Furuseth and Jim Hjerpe claim the DMACK Junior BRC class victory Read More »

Scot16 ElfynEvansOne of the biggest entries in the event’s 71 year history will descend on the market town of Dumfries this weekend, as crews from over 10 different countries tackle the RSAC Scottish Rally on Saturday 25th June. The popular event is shaping up to host one of the greatest battles in recent motorsport history as crews from the MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) and ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) meet for the first time since 2014 to tackle classic Scottish stages in the Eskdalemuir and Ae forests. Read More »

BBR pirelliThe only competing Scottish junior rally team, Blair Brown Rallying will be looking for success on the next round of the 2016 DMACK Junior MSA British Rally Championship at the RSAC Scottish Rally next weekend (Saturday 25th June). The event, based in and around Dumfries, is the closest thing to their home round of the series. Kinross based Blair Brown and co-driver Richard Simmonds from Duns will be looking for a good result to keep their debut championship on-track and secure a respectable finish position. Read More »

BRC pre-Scot16aThe 2016 MSA British Rally Championship resumes next weekend (25 June) following an eight-week break for the fourth round of the series. After a flat-out test through the Cumbrian forests last time out, BRC competitors travel to Scotland for the RSAC Scottish Rally where Britain’s premier rallying series continues on gravel in the fast and challenging forests around Dumfries. The BRC runners will not only have to fight each other for success, they will be joined by the MSA Scottish Rally Championship competitors, who hope their local knowledge will pay dividends over the classic stages. Read More »