BRC Challenge – a truly National


The British
Rally Championship’s support series, the BRC Challenge, has already
attracted competitors from all over the UK and will go ahead as
planned following the six BRC events.


deadline for cheaper registrations coincided with the cut-off for a
decision on the continuation of the championship. With thirteen
drivers’ forms received and a potential of another dozen or so
before the first round, the series is looking like being even more
successful than in 2009.


Of those
M-Sport expects around half to be Fiesta SportChallenge
competitors, registrations for which are being processed by new FSC
coordinator Callum Craw.


Eight of
the current driver registrations are new to the BRCC and they come
from as far afield as Fife, County Tyrone in Northern Ireland and


Black – Northamptonshire

Chalmers – North Yorkshire

Louise Cook
– Kent

Donnelly – County Tyrone

Conor Flynn
– Derbyshire

Andy Gwynne
– Gloucestershire

Wilkes – Somerset

Simon Moore
– Tyne & Wear

Morrison – Fife

Chris Peart
– East Yorkshire

Spencer – Tyne & Wear

Thompson – Lancashire

James Watts
– Hertfordshire
The first round, the Bulldog Challenge Rally, is just over
six weeks away on Saturday 27th March and will be based at
Welshpool’s new livestock market.


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information on the BRC Challenge visit: