Last week (Wednesday 22 April) Motorsport UK announced the Esports British Rally Championship (eBRC). Rally drivers and Esports stars will contest the inaugural series with a British Championship title up for grabs. The first season will consist of four rounds on the hugely popular DiRT Rally 2.0 – the latest in a line of successful rallying games from producers Codemasters.
Your quarantine motorsport guide
The 2020 motorsport season maybe on hold due to COVID-19 but that doesn't mean you can't get your motorsport fix over the coming weeks. Here’s our pick of seven ways you can still enjoy the sport.
Clonakility calling for the British Rally Championship
The British Rally Championship heads across the Irish Sea, as the Clonakility Park Hotel West Cork Rally (13/14 March) hosts the second round of the pulsating series.
Get Started in Rallying
Circuit racing of course has its grassroots series and relatively affordable routes into the sport. But rallying has always had a greater sense of accessibility, not least thanks to the community-level clubs and enthusiasts who devote huge time and effort to running local events and keeping the sport alive. The fact even a WRC driver could finish an event, drive home in their road-legal competition car and park it on the driveway is something that couldn’t exactly be said of F1, either.
The Scottish Rally Championship is back!
The 2020 KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) season is poised for an explosive start as a new decade of SRC action kicks off with the Coogie Urquhart Snowman Rally in Inverness this Saturday (7 March).