The Prestone MSA British Rally Championship is ready to burst back onto some of the world’s best rallying stages with another action-packed year of competition ahead following its highly successful reincarnation last year. The BRC is well-known for being the premier proving ground for young rallying talent, and further history is set to be made on the seven-round series in 2017.
2016 witnessed a stellar performance by Elfyn Evans in a DMACK-backed Ford Fiesta R5. The Welshman put on a dominant display to clinch the title on the Ulster Rally – 20 years after his father Gwyndaf lifted the same trophy on the same event. The 28-year-old’s success story fired him back into an FIA World Rally Championship seat and upon his return, the DMACK World Rally Team driver set fastest stage times on the Monte Carlo Rally to put him back amongst the world’s best. Continue reading British Rally Championship continues to be number one proving ground for WRC
This latest edition of Handbrakes & Hairpins dedicated in memory of Timothy Cathcart, who passed away at the British Rally Championship’s Ulster Rally this past weekend.
Inside we bring you news from Michelin and the World Rally Championship’s new two-year deal, Marcus Gronholm’s Volkswagen Motorsport move, a look at this weekend’s WRC ADAC Rallye Deutschland and a review of the SA National Rally Championship’s Round Five.
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A fantastic week of rallying bring you this 20-page edition of Handbrakes & Hairpins. From the opening round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Portugal, the Middle East Rally Championship’s Jordan Rally and Britain’s Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation Rally, we have reported on these events with incredible photography. From across the Atlantic Ocean, we also bring you a report on Rally America’s Oregon Trail Rally and a preview of the World Rally Championship’s Rally Argentina.
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This week sees action from no less than three countries and three continents, as well as news from South Africa as well. This weekend sees the start of the eagerly anticipated 2014 British Rally Championship, and there will be a number of drivers all capable of claiming the win. We’ll bring you the news as it happens from the United Kingdom, as well as from Rally America’s Oregon Trail Rally from Friday to Sunday on our editor’s Twitter feed at @evan_rothman. Next week’s issue will be a muddy one!
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