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Eriksson has the Speed to win RX2 at Silverstone

The Speedmachine Festival at Silverstone over the late May Bank Holiday weekend was going to be history making for many reasons, as first ever International World Championship RX event at the new circuit, the debut of the brand new American Rallycross Championship (ARX) and lastly an opportunity for the future stars to shine in RX2. Since being launched as the main stepping stone into the World Rallycross (more…)

Nicholls In Control of MX1 After Canada Heights

The British weather has unfortunately been unkind to the Maxxis British Motocross Championship in 2018 as after the cancellation of Lyng in early March, the competitors had to suffer horrendous conditions at Culham Moto Park on 1st April 2018. With Culham becoming the opening round of the championship, this meant Canada Heights would take the slot of round two in what would be much warmer April conditions. (more…)

Locals go to war in BSB

The 2018 Bennetts British Superbikes Championship (BSB) headed south from Donington Park to Brands Hatch for their first of three visits for round two of the season and it appeared that local knowledge could favour the leading two. After a rain affected opening round at Donington Park, young gun Bradley Ray (Buildbase Suzuki) headed to his local circuit as the rider to beat after taking a superb double (more…)

60th Season of the BTCC is Underway

Brands Hatch on the 07-08 April 2018 was the venue to kick start the 60th season of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Championship and to celebrate, TOCA unveiled a thirty-two-strong car field of various manufactures and teams at the Media Day on 27 March 2018. As certain drivers had moved away due to different reason, such as Gordon Shedden to WTCR and Audi, the BTCC had retained a line-up worth talking (more…)

RX History Made at Silverstone

Ever since Silverstone launched plans for a purpose-built Rallycross track and became the new home for the FIA World Rallycross GB round, there has been plenty of hype and lots of talk. 2018 was certainly going to an exciting year for Rallycross in the UK and now with Silverstone alongside Lydden Hill as permanent Rallycross homes, everyone couldn’t wait for the new season to get underway. To begin (more…)

Repeated Performance of 2017 Bags West MSN Rally Victory

The racing season in Norfolk got underway on the 18th February 2018 as the venue of Snetterton was transformed into eight competitive stages for round five of the 2017/18 Motorsport News MSN Rally Championship, hosted by the Anglia Motorsport Club. It had been over a month since the teams last took the track at Brands Hatch and yet again, entries were booming creating a mixed field of Historic Rally (more…)

Challenging Conditions at MSN Brands Winter Rally

The Motorsport News MSN Circuit Rally has been in full swing since the conclusion of the 2017 season and with the 2018 season around the corner; it was a quick chance to review what had already happened. The opening venue for the 2017/18 season was Oulton Park on the 4th November, showing the strength of the championship with a massive field and a variety of rallying beasts. A competitive opener set (more…)

Truck Season ends with Fireworks

There would be fireworks on and off the track for the British Truck Racing Championship season finale as the BTRC rolled into Brands Hatch on the 4th and 5th November 2017. A speculator season had yet again seen the five-tonne machines go to war and with Division 2 concluded at Pembrey; attention was firmly on Division 1 and the battle between reigning champion Ryan Smith and ten times champion Stuart (more…)

WRC History Made in Wales

The Forests are alive with the sound of…. No not Music, engines. That’s right, engines! Every October the Welsh landscape and forests come alive to the thrills, spills and noise of the WRC – The World Rally Championship. The penultimate round of the 2017 season was the 73rd running of Dayinsure Rally GB and would potentially see the conclusion of an immense title challenge, headlined by reining multiple (more…)

Can the Pirates tame the Lions

On Wednesday 21st June, the Dorset coast town of Poole was singing to the tune of speedway as the multiple champions, the Pirates, were in Premiership action. The opposition for Wednesday’s meeting was the Leicester Lions and the Lions were heading south targeting points, as the Lions sat bottom of the Premiership table. Even though the season wasn’t going to plan for the Lions so far, a draw over (more…)