The Swift Sports provided some of the most entertaining racing for round five of the TOYO TIRES British Rallycross Championships at Lydden Hill on Bank Holiday Monday. Constantine, Weatherley and Layton charging off the line It was the junior graduates who were the force to be reckoned with at the Kent circuit. Reigning junior champion Tom Constantine took the first chequered flag and fastest in Q1 ahead of Max Weatherley, whilst in the second grid, it was fellow former juni
Under blistering Bank Holiday sun, the Motorsport UK Junior Rallycross Championship opened the race proceedings at Lydden Hill Race Circuit in Kent on Monday. It was Tom Ovenden who took the first chequered flag of the day, in front of his home crowd, holding off a charging Roberts Vitols, Alfie Porter and Archie Thomas in a closely fought affair, with all four drivers in with a chance of victory until the chequered flag fell. Sayer (L) and O'Donovan (R) head the field
The Swift Rallycross Championships return to action at Lydden Hill Race Circuit on Bank Holiday Monday for round five of the British Rallycross Championship. Being one of the most popular events of the year, fans can expect a bumper entry with everything to play for in both senior and junior classes. Will Layton, Chris Scott and Tom Constantine off the start line at Lydden Hill In the Swift Sports, James Chisman and Chris Scott who were both absent last time out at Pembrey,
Luke Constantine defending his lead from Roberts Vitols (L) Ben Sayer (R) The Motorsport UK Junior Swifts return to Lydden Hill Race Circuit where the majority of the juniors featured at the Kent track as part of the Titans RX series in July.
Making his Swift Rallycross debut is Harry Garman who turns fourteen just days before the event. Having previously competed in karting where he has claimed champion status in 2016 in Honda Cadet and 2017 X30 Mini at Whilton Mill Kart