Swift Rallycross Championships

Swift Rallycross Championships


Narrowly missing out on the Junior champion title in 2014, Northallerton youngster Drew Bellerby has only one mission in mind for 2015 and that is to join her sister Paige, who now competes in the Supermodified class in a Lotus Exige, in holding the coveted title of MSA Junior Rallycross Champion.

Drew Bellerby taking the win at Croft Circuit in 2014


Joining her on the track will be Stockton-on-Tees teenager and British Rallycross Best Newcomer for 2014, Jennie Hawkes, who makes up the Hawkes Fire Rallycross Team with her uncle, Andy Hawkes who competes in the Swift Sport class and her father, Supermodified driver Martin Hawkes.  Only sitting behind the wheel of a car weeks before the opening round last year, Hawkes Jnr gained speed and confidence throughout 2014 and returns this season aiming for that top step on the podium.

Jennie Hawkes in action at Blyton Park last season


Wanting to try the discipline that is in the motorsport headlines of late, Junior driver Bradley Durdin makes his debut in Rallycross.   With previous experience in autograss and karting as well as testing a Ginetta G20, he is keen to add rallycross to his resume’ with the ‘arrive and drive’ hire option provided by Peter Gwynne Motorsport.

Bradley Durdin joins Juniors after a recent test with Peter Gwynne Motorsport


Counting down the days until his 14th birthday, round three of the championship at Pembrey in Wales cannot come quick enough for youngster Sam Jones who is set to join the others on track then.  In the meantime he is testing wherever possible to get up to speed for his mid-season appearance.


Join us at Croft Circuit to watch the next generation of Rallycross stars in the making.

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