he Motorsport UK British Rally Championship resumed in the Scottish Borders at the Beatson’s Building Supplies Jim Clark Rally for its second round of the 2023 Championships (May 26/27). From the town of Duns, this gruelling two-day Asphalt rally offered up some 72 competitive miles across 9 stages and would uphold its reputation as an enjoyable, yet tough and challenging rally for the British Rally Championship crews to tackle.
The MRF Tyres BTRDA Rally Series arrived in Wales for the second round of its 2023 season. The Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells hosted the Rallynuts Stages Rally (April 15), a Midland Manner Motor Club organised event. Approximately 44 competitive miles, (27 of which were single usage) over seven stages in the Myherin, Hafren/Sweet Lamb and Coed Sarnau complexes were on offer.
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.
The Motorsport UK British Rally Championships will return to the stages with a new season opener to the series on March 11th. The Malcolm Wilson Stages Rally will take up the role of hosting the first round of an exciting seven-rally calendar. It has been decades since the British Championship has competed on these stunning Lake District Forest Stages, so this event makes a very welcomed addition to the schedule this year.
The MRF Tyres BTRDA Rally Series makes a welcomed return to the national stage rallying calendar on March 11th. The Malcolm Wilson Stages Rally will once again take up the honours as the season curtain raiser for the 2023 Championships, where an exciting eight-round calendar is on the cards.
The Motorsport UK British Rally Championship crowned all new Champions in 2022, with seven tough and challenging rounds across both gravel and asphalt stages up and down the country; the series offered up the ideal proving ground for Britons’ bright young rallying hopefuls at the pinnacle of national rallying.