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  • HRCR dambusters at Scammonden

    Four cars took part on this the fifth round of the Moran Motorhomes HRCR Speed Championship and the first Hill Climb of the season promoted by the North West region of the MG Car Club. The dam, built in the 1970’s as a part of the M62 construction provides a service road that is Continue reading »

  • A ‘Littler’ Bit More….

    A tough and long day greeted crews for the 2019 Plains Rally which was a case of endurance and picking your way through the tracks which in some cases had turned into rubble.   Pete Littler is trying to get as much seat time as possible and had to make some big changes to Continue reading »

  • Three down – Twelve to go

    Round three was the Bristol Pegasus promoted sprint at Llandow in sunny South Wales and just to prove the point that it never rains in Cardiff the sun came out to play all day. The organisers boasted a full entry for this most popular of venues and even a few timing glitches and visits Continue reading »

  • Aintree – Heavy Going.

    Following a great start to the season at Three Sisters the crews headed to the more familiar stamping ground of Liverpool Motor Clubs sprint at Aintree where the “going” could be described as “heavy” at best. Even the Mersey Delta seeming to up-sticks and land slightly further east on the former Grand Prix circuit Continue reading »

  • HRCR Mini Sport Cup 2019: Round 2 – Dixies Historic Challenge

    HRCR Mini Sport Cup 2019: Round 2 – Dixies Historic Challenge Round 2 of the 2019 HRCR Mini Sport Cup, Dixies Historic Challenge run by Forresters Car Club is a firm favourite with our Mini crews – despite the notoriously challenging conditions – and usually equally as challenging weather conditions! With 17 Minis on the Continue reading »

  • Gardner dominates on Epynt

    For the second year in a row Jason Gardner headed home the West Wales Rally Spares HRCR Stage Master contenders, with more than a minute in hand on his closest rival Mike Simpson. Only a handful of seconds separated this pair until stage 6 which is where that stage started on gravel and went Continue reading »

  • Paul Boscott – In car

      If you want to get a feel of the Sprint and hillclimb series then go no further than Paul Boscott’s youtube channel CLICK HERE A wet and windy Saturday 27-04-19 at Aintree with a few jobs to do before the next outing   Abingdon Long Course Sprint 07-04-19, 115.75 sec     Three Continue reading »

  • Sprinting over the hill – They’re off!

        Thanks to Paul Boscott for the video footage   Team Green Flanks New Man Phil Mould at Three Sisters The new look Moran Motorhomes Speed Series got under way on Sunday 31st at the newly resurrected Three Sisters Circuit at Wigan and those that made the journey were impressed with the venue Continue reading »

  • Ward wins RallyNuts stages 2019

    Steve Ward and Mike Crawford finally took maximum points after a dusty and summer like Rallynuts Stages rally in mid-Wales.   The Ford Escort pairing had a torrid 2018 with mechanical breakdown following mechanical breakdown, but a more relaxed Steve was quietly confident that the changes made to the car including a new gearbox Continue reading »

  • Record breaking Stage Masters season starts

    Mike Simpson and Dale Gibbons started their campaign with a start to finish victory on the extremely slippy roads on the grounds of Weston Park near Telford. Owen Motor Club had organised a 10-stage rally, all ran in pairs with four running through the notorious ford which saw the demise of most of the Continue reading »

  • Sons Three – Fathers One

    Round one of the 2019 HRCR Mini Sport Cup, Jasper’s Bakeries AGBO historic stages run by Owen Motor club got off to an electric start. With 22 minis starting making up half of the 44 starters, with four fathers competing against their sons, and 6 crews new to the championship, making this the most Continue reading »