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BRC Competitors home and away

Keith Cronin/Barry McNulty - Pirelli/TEG Sport Subaru Impreza N15 - Picture by Jakob Ebrey Photography.

With Rally Isle of Man just two weeks away, it’s amazing where competitors and cars from the Dulux Trade MSA British Rally Championship turn up, either in competition or promoting sponsors in the most unexpected places. Continue reading BRC Competitors home and away

Event program for exciting International Rally of Queensland

Organisers of next month’s International Rally of Queensland on the Sunshine Coast are hoping big crowds turn out to see world-class overseas drivers in action following the announcement of the event program and launch of discounted early-bird spectator tickets this past weekend.

Crews representing at least eight countries plus Australia will start the rally on Friday night 30 July with the spectacular Coates Hire Rally Shootout “super special stage” under lights at Caloundra, before tackling two days of forestry special stages in the northern hinterland. Continue reading Event program for exciting International Rally of Queensland

Horsey rues puncture in Meru

Mombasa-born Peter Horsey was left to rue a string of dramas which ultimately cost the young Civicon backed rally driver a potential podium on last weekends KCB Simba Savings Rally in Meru, 26 year old Horsey eventually returning to the finish fourth overall in his Mitsubishi Evo 9. Continue reading Horsey rues puncture in Meru

Pierre Campana moves into the lead in TWO championships!

Pierre Campana in action in the Geko Ypres Rally - Picture by Quadra Sports.

Pierre Campana further underlined his status as one of Europe’s most promising young drivers by moving to the top of the Clio R3 European Trophy and IRC 2WD Cup standings with a hugely impressive showing on the Geko Ypres Rally, which finished in Belgium this past weekend.

The 25-year-old from Corsica was making his debut on the challenging asphalt event but shrugged off his lack of experience by producing a faultless performance to finish as the second two-wheel drive car home in a stunning 12th overall following a close battle with Dutch driver Kevin Abbring, a regular in the Junior World Rally Championship for the last two seasons. Continue reading Pierre Campana moves into the lead in TWO championships!