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TimRodgers_WRGB15report01Burton upon Stather rally driver Tim Rodgers overcame major pre-event car problems to win the Co-Part Fiesta Trophy on last weekend’s Wales Rally GB, Britain’s round of the World Rally Championship. Rodgers was driving his RoLEC, FMS Autoparts, Sabelt, Peart Auto Services, The Tortoise Shop.com, Maple Garage Ltd, Glow Feast and JFK-supported Ford Fiesta ST. Read More »

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TimRodgers_WRGB15previewRally driver Tim Rodgers, from Burton upon Stather, is set to fulfil a lifelong dream when he takes part in Britain’s round of the World Rally Championship, Wales Rally GB. Rodgers will drive a Ford Fiesta ST in what will be the last time such a car is seen at world championship level as its homologation expires at the end of the year. Read More »

pr_tim_trackrodprevRally driver Tim Rodgers will contest his third and final event of the year next weekend when he contests the Trackrod Challenge rally in Yorkshire.

The event is a round of the BRC Challenge championship and Rodgers is hoping to take on the championship leaders on what is his home event with the aim being a top three finish. Read More »

tim_scotres01Burton upon Stather’s Tim Rodgers contested his first gravel rally for three years last weekend on the Scottish Challenge event and he was heading for a second place finish when he went off the road avoiding another crew’s accident on the final stage. Read More »

tim_scotprev01After a successful comeback event on the recent Jim Clark Challenge rally Burton upon Stather driver Tim Rodgers will contest the Scottish Challenge rally next weekend in his Rally4Real.com Ford Fiesta ST.

Rodgers finished 7th overall on the Jim Clark and was only 3 seconds away from being the leading Fiesta driver on what was his first event for three years. Read More »

pr_r4r_cam01Hull’s Tim Rodgers enjoyed a very successful Cambrian rally when he took third in the Rally First class on the debut event for his Rally4Real built Nissan Micra.

The opening pair of stages in Clocaenog forest saw Rodgers struggle a little as a slight leak saw oil dripping onto the clutch causing it to slip. He arrived at the first main service halt of the event in 10th place. Read More »

Hull’s Tim Rodgers will make his return to rally competition next Saturday (17th October) when he contests the Cambrian rally in a Nissan Micra. The car has recently been built by Rally4Real.com for their hire fleet and it will run in the popular low-budget Rally First class of the BTRDA championship.

Rodgers has not competed on a stage event since last years Plains rally and he is keen to return to the forests. Read More »