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Blairgowrie rally driver Finlay Retson is still firmly in the race for the 2021 Junior British Rally Championship despite a difficult weekend at round four of the series, Trackrod Rally Yorkshire [24-25 September].

The 21-year-old was hampered by an early spin on the opening stage of the event, and would never recover the subsequent time loss, eventually taking his Ford Fiesta Rally4 to fourth place to secure valuable points for his Junior BRC title charge. Read More »

Fraser Anderson once again demonstrated his incredible speed behind the wheel of his Baxter and Gillespie-backed Ford Fiesta R2T when he opened up an impressive 48.7 second lead in the British Rally Championship Academy Trophy, but the Helensburgh teenager was denied a superb class victory on the Trackrod Rally Yorkshire (24-25 September) after he rolled out of the event on the penultimate stage. Read More »

– Junior British Rally Championship contender William Creighton returned a faultless performance in Yorkshire to reignite his title hopes
– The Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy ace led the category from the second stage to win by over a minute
– Moira driver has just two weeks to prepare for the gruelling Mull Rally Read More »

Osian Pryce leads the British Rally Championship after a stunning drive on the final stage of the Trackrod Rally Yorkshire saw him take second in his Melvyn Evans Motorsport-prepared Volkswagen Polo GTI R5.

The 28-year old Machynlleth born driver, who last led the BRC in 2017, was third, two seconds behind Matthew Wilson, going into the sixth and final Trackrod stage, which was a repeat run through the high-speed 11 mile Dalby forest test. Read More »

Matt Edwards stormed to a dominant victory on the Trackrod Rally Yorkshire (24-25 September), winning the 56 stage mile gravel forest event in his Yuasa Rally Team Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 by an incredible 32. 8 seconds – having set fastest time on five of the six stages.

It was Matt’s second win of the season and the result puts his British Rally Championship title challenge right back on track. Read More »

Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy driver David Kelly believes his season has reached a “turning point” as he heads to the fourth round of the Junior British Rally Championship this weekend, Trackrod Rally Yorkshire [24/25 September].

Kelly, 25 from Donegal has endured a tough season behind the wheel of his Glebe Builders backed M-Sport Ford Fiesta Rally4 but a recent outing at the non-championship Bushwhacker Rally has seen an uplift in fortunes, taking a class win and top-twenty result in the process. Read More »

– Junior British Rally Championship contender William Creighton heads to Trackrod Rally Yorkshire, aiming to get his title hopes back on track
– The Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy ace marks the event as “pivotal”
– Moira drive begins a packed schedule of British and World Championship events Read More »

Fraser Anderson is hoping that a new engine in his Baxter and Gillespie-backed Ford Fiesta R2T will power him to British Rally Championship Academy Trophy success on this weekend’s Trackrod Rally Yorkshire (24-25 September).

The 18-year old Helensburgh-based ME Rallysport team driver enjoyed a great start to the season as he finished second in class on the opening Neil Howard Stages at Oulton Park and then won the BRC Academy on the Nicky Grist stages to take the lead in the category. Read More »

Matt Edwards is ready to reignite his British Rally Championship title challenge when he drives his Yuasa Rally Team Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 on this weekend’s Trackrod Rally Yorkshire (24-25 September). Read More »

Osian Pryce will arrive at the Trackrod Rally Yorkshire in a tremendously strong position in the British Rally Championship – being the only driver to have finished on the podium on all three previous rounds and, despite not having played his bonus points scoring Joker, he is just one point behind the leader at the top of the drivers’ standings. Read More »