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
Come and join us at the biggest Japanese Car Show in Europe! Current Championship leader Dominic Flitney and Round Two runner-up Will Layton will be in attendance, with Swift Sport at Junior Swifts for 14 year olds plus on display. Chat with Championship drivers to discover how easy it is to get into Rallycross. With Arrive and Drive Packages available you could be out racing too! Join us at Silverstone on Sunday 5th May 2019. Tickets available at www.japfest.co.uk. Use our
Tom Constantine regains Championship lead at Lydden Hill Round Seven of the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship saw Tom Constantine (Richmond) start on pole position for the final but it was his younger brother Luke Constantine (Richmond) who took the lead into the first corner from the middle of the grid as James Constantine (Darlington) led at trio of cars into the joker lap at the first opportunity. Tom Constantine was first of the leaders to take his joker, on lap four, an
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
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
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 newcom
As the crowds gathered for the traditional Bank Holiday Monday British Rallycross Championship meeting at Lydden Hill, despite a back row start, it was reigning Swift Sport Champion Simon Ovenden who set the pace in the opening qualifier. Former Ginetta driver, Ryan Hadfield put the cat amongst the Swifts being second quickest out the box, followed by Morgan Bailey who also started from the back of the grid. Morgan Bailey left, with Llewellin close behind, Hadfield to the ri
Despite having run at the front of the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship field for the last two years, until the second round of the series at Lydden Hill, Tom Constantine (Richmond) had only previously won a single points-scoring Junior RX event, at his home circuit, Croft, in 2016. The young driver doubled his win tally at Lydden Hill by using all of his experience in the single-make 1300cc Suzuki Swift category to dominate the final from pole position. Round one winner Ma
In the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship’s first event of the season it was a pair of debutant drivers that finished first and second. Marius Solberg Hansen (Norway) was twice third fastest in the qualifying stages, before setting fastest time in Q3 to secure pole position for the final. As the lights went green for the final, Solberg Hansen took the lead, but second-place starter Tom Constantine (Richmond) was spun at turn two, in a move where Morgan Wroot (Doncaster) also