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Connor McCloskey and Noel O’Sullivan secured victory at today’s MJE Wheel Repair sponsored Tyrone Stages Rally, the final round of the McGrady Insurance MSA Northern Ireland Stage Rally Championship!

The Kilrea driver controlled the Cookstown Motor Club organised rally from start to finish, eventually crossing the finish ramp 11 seconds clear of William Creighton and Liam Regan who impressed on their debut in a Citroen DS3 R5. Read More »

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The 2017 Prestone MSA British Rally Championship title fight will go down to wire at the end-of-season finale on the 138.com Rally Isle of Man (14-16 September). After six rounds across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and an overseas event in Belgium, Britain’s premier rally championship will be decided on the Isle of Man with three days on the famous motor sport roads. With two sets of championship points on offer for the double-header, a battle royale is set to rage across the picturesque island. Read More »

Three-time BRC champion Keith Cronin and co-driver Mikie Galvin claimed victory on round six of the 2017 Prestone MSA British Rally Championship – this weekend’s John Mulholland Ulster Rally (18/19 August). The Irish pairing took their second win of the year in their M-Sport-prepared Ford Fiesta R5 to set up an exciting title fight ahead of the season curtain call on the Isle of Man. Read More »

– Fredrik Ahlin wins Pirelli International Rally
– Welshman Osian Pryce takes second place after epic duel
– Hyundai i20 R5 shows impressive pace on BRC debut
– Split second between top Prestone Motorsport News Junior BRC finishers
– Prestone British Rally Championship now heads back to Scotland

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creightonforpressIt was a soggy old day at The Kames Motorsport Complex on 20th October for the penultimate round of the 2013 Brick & Steel Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge – the ABR Travel Services Kames Junior Rally. 16 Junior crews were entered.

Irish guest crew William Creighton/Andrew Bushe  (Citroen C1) were 1 second ahead of Alexander Vassallo after 6 stages but Alexander Vassallo/James Ford (Citroen C1) eased ahead over the next 2 stages. Read More »