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After a season-long battle which came down to the very last race of the year at Croft Circuit today, Tom Constantine sensationally emerged as Swift Sport champion after a weekend of drama at the North Yorkshire track.

Arriving in fourth place in the standings, it was always going to be a long shot for the 18-year-old from nearby Richmond with his three title rivals favourite to take honours ahead of him with just the final two rounds to contest. Read More »

Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Constantine was hoping for more success in round two of the Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship this weekend at Lydden Hill in Kent but after a superb performance at the opening round at Silverstone last month, he couldn’t manage a repeat. Read More »

Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Llewellin saw his hopes of claiming the 2018 Swift Sport Championship disappear when he retired from the final at the penultimate round of the MSA British Rallycross Championship which was held at Pembrey this weekend. Read More »

Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross champion Tom Llewellin claimed his second podium of the season Tom Llewellinwith runner-up spot at round three of the Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship at Croft on bank holiday Sunday.

Having recently celebrated his 17th birthday, Tom from Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire was again contesting the Swift Sport Championship for Peter Gwynne Motorsport (PGM) in the Suzuki Swift and after the difficult weather conditions at the opening two rounds, round three was swathed in sunshine at the North Yorkshire track. Read More »

We sampled the world of rallycross for the first time, visiting our local circuit Mallory Park for round 5 of the British Championship. Championship leader Andy Grant (Focus) was looking to take his first overall win of the series but he came up against an in-form Pat Doran (Fiesta), looking to make it back-to-back British Championships. In the Superfinal Doran carried through his form from the whole day and took a dominant win by over two seconds from Andy Scott (306), with Grant 3rd but still leading the championship. There was no Mad Mark Watson (Xsara) though as he was denied the chance to race in the Superfinal after being adjudged to have pushed Grant unfairly in the A-Final. Read More »