Under sunny skies at Pembrey Circuit in Wales, the Motorsport UK Junior Swifts once again provided close racing throughout the day for round six of the British Rallycross Championship.
Current championship leader and winner of round five, Patrick O'Donovan, was the fastest teenager on track in the Junior Swifts for Q1, with Luke Constantine looking back on form in second place. Latvian junior Roberts Vitols who returns to the UK having secured the S1600 Rallycross Champion
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 Sport Rallycross Championship got underway at Silverstone in fine style as Max Weatherley and Chris Scott entertained the crowds from the off, with a race-long battle that was narrowly edged by Weatherley. Reigning Junior Champion Tom Constantine did not disappoint with a strong third place in the opening qualifying. Chris Scott’s continued his front-running form taking victory in Q2, just under a second ahead of Dominic Flitney. This time it was Russian driver Nik
Under sunny blue skies at Silverstone, the Motorsport UK Junior Rallycross Championship opened the proceedings for the 2019 British Rallycross season with action right from the start. A three-way battle between the front-runners Patrick O’Donovan, Roberts Vitols and Ben Sayer, saw O’Donovan emerge victorious from the first corner. Contact between Sayer and Vitols at turn two enabled O’Donovan to further extend his lead and take the first chequered flag of the BRX season. Lu
Reigning MSA Junior Rallycross Champion Tom Llewellin (Haverfordwest) finished his first year of senior competition by repeating his final-round victory from 2017. Outgoing Champion Simon Ovenden (Canterbury) started on pole position for the final but it was Christopher Scott (Gillingham) who took the lead on the opening lap from Ovenden, as Max Weatherley (Faversham) pressured Llewellin for third. Weatherly made a mistake in his lap two joker, while Ovenden passed Scott for
It was a winner-takes-all scenario at the front of the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship entering the final round of the season, with brothers Luke and Tom Constantine (Richmond) separated by a single point.
Fastest in Q1, Luke Constantine then ran into a range of technical issues including a broken sump and starter motor in qualifying, while a flu-ridden Tom Constantine didn’t have a clean run either as Marius Solberg Hansen (Norway) finished top in the Intermediate Classi
Luke Constantine takes Junior points lead with win Luke Constantine (Richmond) moved into the lead of the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship standings by a single point by claiming victory in round eight at Pembrey.
It was his older brother, Tom Constantine (Richmond) who led the final from the start and opened a commanding lead in the opening laps, but his single-make 1300cc Suzuki Swift would run into gearbox problems on lap four. Having taken an early joker, Luke moved i
Joining the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship for his Rallycross debut, Will Layton prepares to take the step up from a kart to a car at none other than the ‘Home of Rallycross’ Lydden Hill, this Bank Holiday Monday. Layton first raced in the Junior TKM back in 2016 where he went on to win the championship in his first season. He has since moved up to X30 Junior and then Senior X30 in winter 2017. Racing has slowed down this season as studying for his A levels at Silverston
Solberg Hansen leading the pack at Croft Circuit A record 12 drivers started the sixth round of the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship at Croft, and it was a quartet of 2018 newcomers that battled for victory in the final.
As points leader Tom Constantine (Richmond) spun out of contention at the first corner, together with brother Luke, Patrick O’Donovan (Iver) took the lead from the outside of the front row. Luke Constantine fought back to pass Marius Solberg Hansen (Norwa
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 Rallyc