British Rallycross

Eight Round 2019 British Rallycross Calendar Announced

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The 2019 Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross calendar has been announced with eight events set to take place across four venues.

2019 will again see the Silverstone RX track used as the season opener, with the calendar beginning on March 24 before the championship heads to Lydden Hill for its regular Easter Monday date on April 24.

Rounds three and four next take place at Pembrey on the weekend of June 22-23 before a two month summer break until the end of August when the championship returns to Lydden, this time on August Bank Holiday Monday, August 26.

Photo Credit: MSA BRX

Croft is next up for the series a fortnight later on September 8 with Pembrey playing host to its third round of the season another two weeks afterwards on September 22.

The final round of the 2019 season will see the championship head north for the second time as they visit Croft on October 27 rather than in 2018 where the season ended at Silverstone.

Tim Whittington, BRX Championship Manager said on the 2019 calendar: “I’m pleased to be able present a calendar that offers a full season of competition and makes use of the circuits available to us. Toyo Tires remains the title sponsor for the third year and the championship will continue to be covered by a mix of social media coverage and TV broadcasts.”

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