Bailey Wins Again at Croft

The sun shone as round three of the Swift Sport Rallycross Championship commenced at the first visit of the season to Croft Circuit . With the biggest entry in British Rallycross, as the qualifying heats got underway it was round two winner Morgan Bailey who was the fastest man out of the fourteen car faction. Returning Swift front runner Rob Shield, having missed round two, followed with Ryan Hadfield in third who had claimed his first podium at Lydden in his second Rallycross outing. Tom Llewellin having passed his driving test only a week after his seventeenth Birthday took fourth with fellow PGM Team mate Max Weatherley fifth and 2018 returnee Chris Scott in sixth. Reigning champio

Constantine Doubles up at Home Circuit

On the back of his second ever win in the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship in round two at Lydden Hill, Tom Constantine (Richmond) beat younger brother and pole position starter Luke in the run to the first corner and led the race throughout for his second successive win. Luke Constantine had twice set the fastest time in the qualifying stages but had to settle for second in the final, while the pair’s cousin, James Constantine (Darlington) battled over third with newcomer Ben Sayer (Northallerton) for much of the race, Sayer claiming the final podium position as Constantine crashed out. “It was really competitive today, I had a lot of competition, mainly from the family and I was pl

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