The Bolton-Le-Moors Car Club (BLMCC) and MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR) have teamed up to launch the Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship. For the 2020/21 season, the championship runs on circuits across the UK, including all five of MotorSport Vision’s venues – Brands Hatch, Cadwell Park, Donington Park, Oulton Park and Snetterton, plus Anglesey making this a truly nationwide championship.
From the original Austin Mini Cooper S to the modern World Rally Championship specials such as Subaru Impreza and a legion of iconic 1970s Ford Escorts, the MSN Circuit Rally Championship in association with MSVR is open to any number of rally-prepared cars.
The championship is now in its fifth year and it has grown rapidly to become the largest rally championship in the UK and a proving ground for young talent, so much so a previous competitor is now competing in the WRC.
Circuit rallying features up to 100 cars competing against the clock, across a variety of bespoke rally stages incorporating different parts of the race circuit, including paddocks and perimeter roads. Sections of the track are run in both directions and include various obstacles such as water splashes, jumps, crests, dips and the traditional hand brake turn.
The championship also incorporates the Protyre Challenge and the Michelin Cup. The Protyre Challenge was a new innovation for the 2017/18 season and has returned again for this year. Only open to competitors in Class A, B and C it gives those competitors on smaller budgets the chance to compete for honours and win some amazing prizes. Split into two four round challenges, the winner of each will receive a prize of four tarmac competition tyres from Protyre.
To be eligible for Michelin Cup points you must be displaying the Michelin Cup logos and using Michelin Tyres at all times. Competitors will collect points based upon their class and overall position against other Michelin Cup Competitors for the chance to win free Michelin Tyres.
For more information, please visit the official website (link below).
To register your interest in the Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship, and for more information, please contact Darren Spann: