Tom Cave leads the opening round of the 2017 Prestone MSA British Rally Championship after the first two stages of the Border Counties Rally.
Osian Pryce will return to the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship in 2017 in a Alphera-Hills backed Ford Fiesta R5.
The 2017 Prestone MSA British Rally Championship heads into its second year after relaunching and is set to be another incredible season with the Brick & Steel Border Counties Rally first up on the calendar.
Triple British Rally Champion Keith Cronin will enter the 2017 championship driving a Ecoboost-powered Ford Fiesta R5 ran by M-Sport with co-driver Mikie Galvin
Alex Laffey and Dai Roberts will enter a full season in the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship this season driving a Ecoboost-powered Ford Fiesta R5 ran by M-Sport.
The managing director of the Prestone British Rally Championship Ben Taylor is sure that: “This year is going to take the UK’s premier championship to another level”.
The future of rallying in Wales has been secured for the next three years with the introduction of a self-repair crew on all events.
Elfyn Evans and Mark Higgins 1-2 finish at 2016 Rally Isle of man secures BRC Teams’ Championship for DMACK.
Manxman Higgins took stage victories and lead the rally before securing second place on the final day.
New deal secures the future use of NRW-managed roads for Wales Rally GB for the next three years.
Welshman Tom Cave completed a brilliant drive to take a second place finish at the 2016 Rally Isle of Man, securing the vice-champion position in the British Rally Championship.
Evans happy to take the win to reward the DMACK team of their hard work throughout the 2016 MSA British Rally Championship season.
The 2016 MSA British Rally Championship finished with an exciting battle between old and new champions through the classic roads of the Isle of Man.
2016 MSA British Rally Champions Evans and Parry lead the way as mechanical gremlins hit Breen’s Citroën.