The MSA British Rally Championship has confirmed that it will be returning to this year's Rallyday event after a gap of six years.

The Castle Combe event, which takes place on Saturday 21 September, will once again welcome a host of stars from Britain's premier rally championship and its support series. Things, however, have changed at the BRC since it was last at Rallyday in 2007, with the championship having gone to two-wheel drive and, in doing so, has become one of the most hotly contested in Europe.

Amongst those attending the show and featuring on track on the Rally Feature Stage will be championship leader Jukka Korhonen. The Finn and Welsh rival Tom Cave will have a chance to battle it out on the ultra smooth race-circuit just a few weeks after the upcoming Todds Leap Rally NI, round four of the series. Alex Parpottas, Harry Threlfall, James Ford, Benjamyn McKay, Gary Wright and Chris Wheeler are all also listed to attend.

The MSA British Rally Championship and NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge will form part of Rallyday's paddock display alongside Wales Rally GB, with crews giving demonstration runs on the feature stage and a competition to win a ride alongside the best drivers in Europe at the BRC's Open Day later in the year. The International Rally Drivers Club will also be at the show, helping to promote rallying to the expected 10,000-strong crowd.

Rallyday's annual show gives visitors a chance to enjoy the spectacle of seeing a wide range of rally cars and stars in a spectator friendly environment. It comprises live action on the track with static displays in the paddock and has something to offer everyone.

On track action comes in the form of professional driving demonstrations, track sessions, rally car rides, circuit parades and a feature rally car stage. Off track there are a host of displays where visitors can have a close look at some of the world's most iconic rally cars, which have made rallying history through the years.

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