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  • Round 6 The White Rose Classic

    Supported By The quintessential Yorkshire market square of Malton was MTC 1 for the third running of the White Rose Classic, the 6th round of the MSN Historic Road Rally Championship. 46 cars got started under grey but dry skies to compete in a packed day both on and off road that would include Continue reading »

  • Brawdy delight for Smekss & Neale

    It was smiles all around for Adrian Smekss and Chris Neale after the pair took the West Wales Rally Spares HRCR Stage Masters honours at the recent Brawdy Stages. The military venue is classed as single venue but in the 8 to 9 mile stages there is a mixture of everything for fast perimeter Continue reading »

  • EAC 2019 Isherwood Success at Last

    Supported by Round 5 of the HRCR Clubmans Championship took place in East Anglia and was hosted by Chelmsford Motor Club. The weather on the day did not disappoint with dry and hot conditions that would test both the cars and the crews in equal measure. However, with few of the Championship contenders taking Continue reading »

  • White Rose 2019 Preview

    Supported by White Rose Rally preview I’m trying to get my head round the “finals” for this weekend’s East Anglian Classic sorting out maps and most importantly checking what types of navigation have the organisers used in the past …………..and then I think it’s also the White Rose Rally 7 days later, it’s a Continue reading »

  • Four seasons in one day

    Rudi Lancaster and Guy Weaver dominated the Red Kite Stages more than two-and-a-half-minute difference to second place Pete Littler and Andy Marchbank. The Devonian looked absolutely shattered putting so much work into the steering wheel on the superb stages where he went banzai trying to put a marker down to his competitors.   Even Continue reading »

  • EAC 2019 Preview

    Supported by Chelmsford Motor Club’s EAC Rally will start and finish at the Grange Hotel, Bury St. Edmunds with scrutineering, as last year, at Owen Turner’s workshops. Owen himself will be sat on a boat between Helsinki and Tallinn at this time, hopefully closing in on a good result on the Peking Paris. As Continue reading »

  • Round 4 The Hughes Classic

    Supported by A glorious early summers day greeted Thomas and Roger Bricknell in a VW Golf GTI as they departed MTC1 as first car away to start the Hughes Classic Rally 2019. 36 HRCR cars had entered for the 4th round of the championship in Kent alongside 17 club cars that included Simon Mellings Continue reading »

  • 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 »

  • Hughes Rally 2019 Preview

      Supported by   The Hughes Rally preview The Hughes Rally organised by Blackpalfrey Motor Club is our next HRCR / MSN Championship round, starting and finishing at The Moat, Wrotham, Kent The entry of 55 cars is bolstered by the inclusion of 17 modern day cars running in the Clubman Class, it’s 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 »