FUCHS Lubricant Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship

FUCHS Lubricant Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship

The FUCHS Lubricant Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship will be a National ‘A’ status championship catering for cars from Motorsport UK historic categories:

Category One (pre-1968).
Category Two (1968-74).
Category Three (1975-81).
Category Four A (1981-85).
Category Four B (1986-90).
Category K – FIA Appendix K cars (pre-1986).

The championship is for all competitors in historic cars with particular emphasis placed on keeping the Category One cars active. A firm application of Motorsport UK and FIA technical regulations will be maintained.

Visit the FUCHS Lubricant Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship website.

Motorsport UK 2020 English Rally Championship supported by SEACON UK

Motorsport UK 2020 English Rally Championship supported by SEACON UK

The Motorsport UK 2020 English Rally Championship supported by SEACON UK uses a class based scoring system, enabling competitors with smaller engined cars to compete on equal footing with the larger engined cars.

The championship is open to all types of rally cars, which are split into seven competition classes:

Class E1 – All BTRDA Rally First cars
Class E2 – Cars up to 1400cc not eligible for Class E1, plus Historic Category 1 & 2, Category 3 with single cam engine and Category 4a up to 1600cc.
Class E3 – Over 1400cc up to 1600cc, current & former FIA Group N3 and FIA R2B cars.
Class E4 – Over 1600cc up to 2000cc plus Historic Category 3 cars with multi cam engines, Category 4a cars over 1600cc and 4b cars up to 1600cc
Class E5 – Over 2000cc 2 WD cars including all FIA R3T cars.
Class E6 – Over 2000cc 4 WD cars not eligible for class E7.
Class E7 – Current and former WR cars with sequential gearbox, plus all S2000, RRC and R5 cars and any derivatives there from.

Visit the Motorsport UK 2020 English Rally Championship supported by SEACON UK website.

HRCR Motoscope Northern Historic Gravel Rally Championship

HRCR Motoscope Northern Historic Gravel Rally Championship

The HRCR Motoscope Northern Historic Championship is a National ‘B’ status championship with the following categories:

Category One (pre-1968).
Category Two (1968-74).
Category Three (1975-81).
Category Four (1981-85).

The championship is regarded as one of the premier regional championships and is going from strength to strength each year.

Visit the HRCR Motoscope Northern Historic Gravel Rally Championship website.

FUCHS Lubricants RACRMC Asphalt/Rally 2 Mixed Surface Rally Championship

FUCHS Lubricants RACRMC Asphalt/Rally 2 Mixed Surface Rally Championship

Promoted by the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club, Rally 2 will follow the newly announced Rally 2WD format, which has been widely praised as a rejuvenation of rallying for the 2WD fraternity.

A low cost, exciting “Challenge” run by enthusiasts, the focus will be on enjoyment, camaraderie, and the benefit of having potentially first-class forest conditions thanks to the new format with a family-style atmosphere.

Classes are simple and ensure pretty much any 2WD car can take advantage of the format, with the chance of an extra achievement at the end of the year. Classes are as follows:

T14 – cars up to 1400cc.
T16 – cars up to 1601cc.
One-Four – cars up to 1400cc.
Open – cars 1401cc – 2000cc.
Open-Plus – Cars over 2001cc.

Visit the FUCHS Lubricants RACRMC Asphalt/Rally 2 Mixed Surface Rally Championship website.

Crew25 Rally Championship

Crew25 Rally Championship

New for the 2020 Season, the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club Ltd are pleased to launch a new initiative aimed at encouraging a new generation of competitors into the sport. By keeping the championship low in cost, with a simple class structure and incentives to be won throughout the year, the club is hoping to provide a new entrylevel platform for youngsters to compete on.

The key element of this championship, however, is that both crew members are 25 and under, but a separate class structure is available for Drivers only. This allows the championship to focus on developing new blood and encourage drivers and codrivers to advance their skills together.

Class 1: Up to 1000cc Complying with Motorsport UK Regulations
Class 2: 1000cc to 1400cc Complying with Motorsport UK Regulations
Class 3: 1400cc to 1600cc Complying with Motorsport UK Regulations
Class 4 (Open): All Vehicles that do not comply with classes 1, 2 or 3. Limited to max 1600cc

Any 2WD vehicle with a maximum cc of 1600 cc is allowed.
Any turbo charged vehicle in classes 1 or 2 will be in the next higher class.

Visit the Crew25 Rally Championship website.

ANECCC SG Petch Stage Rally Championship

ANECCC SG Petch Stage Rally Championship

The aim of the Association of North East and Cumbria Car Clubs (ANECCC) championship is to give the clubman competitor the opportunity to compete in some of the best rallies in Cumbria, Southern Scotland, and the North East of England.

The National ‘B’ status Championship will be held under the general regulations of the Motorsport UK (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA) and will consist of five classes for drivers and co-drivers.

Class 1. Up to 1400cc.
Class 2. 1401cc to 1600cc.
Class 3. 1601cc to 2000cc.
Class 4. 2001cc and over.
Class 5. All 4WD cars.

Visit the ANECCC SG Petch Stage Rally Championship website.