Following a fast and furious opening round over the undulating roads of West Cork, the FIA Celtic Trophy contestants face a new and daunting challenge when Round Two of the series heads to the Northumberland National Park and the vast Kielder Forest complex where the fast forest tracks, all blind brows and deep ditches will pose a new and completely different set of problems for the crews.
The Pirelli International Rally is the only loose surfaced round in the series, something that will call for major adjustments from both drivers and cars and it will be interesting to see how the FIA Celtic Trophy runners match up to the conditions and the challenge of the crews from the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship, who will be out in force.Read More
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News: Ahlin is All Right
Swedish star Fredrik Ahlin, and his co-driver MORTEN Erik Abbrahamson, on only their third visit to a UK event, scorched through Kielder Forest to take victory on an incident packed Pirelli Car...Read More