Haverfordwest this popular event is run on a large Ministry of Defence site in West Wales has easy access via the M4.
Gravel – Llandovery Area A return to the Epynt military ranges but this time we’ll tackle the man made military gravel roads designed to take supply trucks to the soldiers training on Sennybridge. Beware of England’s version of Germany’s famous ‘hinklestiens’ which protect the inside of the roads from any major cutting of corners. Continue reading
Rounds 6/7 A great opportunity to experience the fantastic atmosphere of rallying on the closed roads of Belgium. Starting Friday evening the event consists of 2 legs over approx. 200 Kms of stages.
Our first Forsetry event, for some time, will run over the little used tracks of the Forest of Dean with our cars running at the front of the field. The event offers over 40 miles of stages
Jason Gardner and Mike Trode topped the podium on their home event in very demanding and tricky conditions on the Winner Garage Skoda Wyedean Rally. It didn’t all go his way as he admitted to struggling with the wrong tyres on the first three stages and he also had a stall when a car Continue reading
The second day dawned bright and early with a loop of 5 stages to be run three times and at least it would mostly be dry with a few heavy showers before once again the heavens opened for the night time stages. The longest stage of the rally Passendale at 20 kilometres would be Continue reading
Rikki Proffitt and Graham Wild dominated the 60th running of the Tour of Flanders by winning the majority of stages in their 1965 Porsche 911 and finishing 38th overall out of a mixed field of 100 modern and historic crews. Organisers had laid on a tough route for competitors with more than 100 miles Continue reading
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
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
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
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
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
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
Mintex HRCR Stage Masters Challenge 2019 A new season and a new challenge awaits the 30 registered crews as the 2019 curtain-raiser is finally upon us, with the Owen Motor Club Jasper’s Bakery AGBO stages providing an exciting first round of the campaign. The popular one-day historic ONLY event offers some smooth but Continue reading
Organisers of the 2019 Mintex HRCR Stage Masters Challenge have been overwhelmed by the number of registrations for the 11-round series. The HRCR Open Day at Gaydon saw 25 crew’s sign-up; we look forward to the return of Stuart Anderson in the Vauxhall Chevette, he’ll be joined in class D4 by Mike and Doug Continue reading
The event had the good fortune of staying dry given the rain on previous days. The conditions were slippery especially on the first stage, Molls gap with it’s rock lined path to the famous pinnacle. Guy Weavers good result was in doubt when the car had a fuel pump malfunction on stage 6. Thankfully Continue reading