A new British Rally Champion was crowned at Round 6 of the 2023 Championship, the TrackRod Rally Yorkshire.
From the seaside town of Filey, the British Rally Championship arrived in North Yorkshire and returned to the Gravel after four back-to-back Asphalt rallies. Six Stages covering approximately 57 competitive stage miles would await only a handful of BRC registered crews who would compete at the event but there was only really ever going to be one outcome.
The Motorsport UK British Rally Championship arrived in Aberystwyth, Wales for the fifth round of the 2023 season, at what is becoming the hot favourite Asphalt stage rallying event on our shores, The Rali Ceredigion.
The Motorsport UK British Rally Championship would venture a little further away from home for the third round of its 2023 season. For those competitors who were both brave enough and had the budget to contest the Ardeca Ypres Rally. Approx 220 kilometres of some of Belgium’s finest stretches of tarmac rallying stages would await them across the channel in and around the Historic town of Ypres.
The 2023 Motorsport UK British Rally Championship got underway in somewhat significantly more challenging circumstances than expected at the opening round, The Malcolm Wilson Stages Rally (11th March). The season opener saw a return for the British Rally Championship to the Lake District Forest Stages for the first time in decades but it wasn’t just the competitors that were to be tested to the limit on the event.
Returning to the British Rally Championship for the first time since 2014 as the second round of the 2022 season, the iconic Jim Clark Rally was to once again offer up an immense closed road stage rally in the Scottish Borders.