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Cambrian Rally gets BRC underway for 2020

The 65th running of the Cambrian Rally took place on the 8 February 2020 in the Welsh Forests, incorporating many sections from the 2019 Rally GB route. Crews from the BTRDA and BRC series would compete over seven stages, laid out in the Conwy Valley around the Betws y Coed area and Llandudno town centre. The running of the event would see the Saturday split into two halves, with runs through the (more…)

The 65th running of the Cambrian Rally took place on the 8 February 2020 in the Welsh Forests, incorporating many sections from the 2019 Rally GB route. Crews from the BTRDA and BRC series would compete over seven stages, laid out in the Conwy Valley around the Betws y Coed area and Llandudno town centre. The running of the event would see the Saturday split into two halves, with runs through the (more…)

Closed Road Corbeau Seats Rally Again a Success in Clacton Area

12 months ago the East Anglia region became famous in the Motorsport calendar as the first event in England to benefit from the new “Closed Roads” Legislation and with that, the Corbeau Seats Tendering and Clacton Rally was born. Bringing rallying back to the East Anglia region was a major success and backed by the MSA/Motorsport UK, a crowd of 6,000 was out in force to enjoy the sights and sounds (more…)

Season underway with Winter Rally at Brands

A new Motorsport season was underway on the 19 January and as usual, we began trackside at Brands Hatch for their traditional winter rally. Sponsored by MGJ Engineering and round four of the Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship, the event always attracts a good crowd and a produces a strong line up, creating epic action around eight stages. With the 2018-2019 calendar starting back in November (more…)

Honda the Team to Beat in BTCC

Championship leader was Matt NealAfter a two week break since the opening round, the British Touring Cars was back, as Donington Park in Leicestershire hosted round two of the 2016 season. The action at Brands Hatch in early April had been pretty eventful, especially with thirty-two cars; however the longer straights at Donington would spread them out without losing the thrill that the BTCC is famous for. One thing that was for certain (more…)