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Matt Beebe - season review.
15 December 2006:
Matt Beebe rounded out a highly successful year by winning the 2006 Tesco 99 Octane MSA British Rally Champion R3 class despite being the less experienced under dog from the word go.
Thomas and Moore go head-to-head.
13 October 2006:
The VK Vodka Kick-backed Fiesta SportingTrophy UK will climax in a thrilling finale on the Bulldog Clubmans Rally next weekend, with the title still up for grabs and competitors aiming to make the most of their final opportunity to score points this year.
Matt Beebe – the year so far.
28 August 2006:
Just two and a half years after making his rallying debut Matt Beebe has quite literally taken British rallying by storm. After dominating the MG scholarship two years in a row Beebe stepped up to the premier division of British Motorsport for 2006.
Living the dream as a female rally driver: Rhodes.
25 August 2006:
Clare Rhodes has been living the dream after spending a season as a rally driver thanks to the Silverstone Rally School Lady Quest scholarship.
Colin McRae goodies up for grabs!
1 October 2004:
The latest game in the hugely popular Colin McRae Rally series, Colin McRae 2005, is out to buy now, and to celebrate
has decided to run a competition.
MG ZR Rally Scholarship launched.
14 May 2003:
The MG-XPOWER MG ZR rally car is the vehicle to be used in a new initiative to bring young talent into motorsport, The MG ZR Rally Scholarship.
MG ZR converts the uninitiated.
4 March 2003:
The MG ZR rally car had a new driver recently for a feature in Britain's
Cars and Car Conversions
MG rally round in November.
31 December 2002:
November 2002 was all about the Network Q Rally GB for MG Sport and Racing. The UK's round of the World Rally Championship saw four MG ZRs take on the three-day event, with rally regulars Gwyndaf Evans and Chris Patterson joined by another JWRC-spec car driven by Mark Blundell, and three of the four cars featuring strong media links.
MG ramps up the rally momentum in October.
27 December 2002:
MG's rallying campaign was building momentum in October, the announcement that Mark Blundell would drive for MG in November's Network Q Rally of Great Britian being splashed across the press and media.
Double debut in January for MG.
9 December 2002:
We start our review of MG Sport and Racing's year naturally enough in January, a month that saw the competitive debut of the marque's newest challenger, the MG ZR rally car.
BRC announces new category - Nations Cup.
11 November 2002:
An important new category will be introduced into the British Rally Championship next year - the Nations Cup.
New partnership for 2003 BRC.
28 October 2002:
The development of the BRC takes another step forward with the announcement of a newly formed partnership between ABIRO Limited and International Motor Sports Limited.
Format for 2003 BRC revealed.
14 August 2002:
ABIRO has just released details of the proposed format for the 2003 British Rally Championship - subject to MSA approval.
Eighth round of PBRC confirmed.
15 May 2002:
ABIRO Limited has just announced the first details of the planned eighth and final round of the 2002 Pirelli British Rally Championship.
Time beats Trackrod.
4 July 2001:
2001 British Rally championship cancelled.
3 July 2001:
Dunlop Rally tyres waiver extended.
22 June 2001:
MSA implements rally learner scheme.
9 June 2001:
Ulster Rally joins BRC casualties.
9 June 2001:
Manx International cancelled.
17 May 2001:
Pirelli Rally cancelled after new outbreak.
11 May 2001:
2001 Rally of Wales cancelled.
22 March 2001:
MSA chief to retire.
14 February 2001:
Ford Champions test Focus WRC.
26 January 2001:
New Rally Championship to kick off in March.
12 January 2001:
New rally series to launch at NEC show.
11 January 2001:
Higgins voted National Rally driver of the year.
6 December 2000:
McShea lands first Clark prize.
23 November 2000: