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Issue 176 - April 2019

Issue 176 - April 2019

Issue 176 - April 2019

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The April edition of Pacenotes Rally Magazine has hit the shelves and it's jam-packed with a special British Rally Championship (BRC) feature!

In this month's edition, we celebrate more than 60 years of the Britain's premier rally series with a selection of interesting features and reports as well as interviews with past and present champions including Jimmy McRae, Mark Higgins, Keith Cronin and Matt Edwards!

Craig Breen features on the cover after his West Cork Rally win. The event hosted a round of both the British and Irish series - we have a full report complete with photos of all the class winners inside.

Ben Buesnel takes a look at the BRC's 'greatest hits' since the series started in 1958. Martin Holmes turns the clock back to the 1979 Scottish Rally which hosted a round of the British and European championships with luminaries such as Timo Salonen, Hannu Mikkola, Stig Blomqvist, Pentti Airikkala and many more.

Columnist Jamie Arkle also looks back in time to the highly competitive F2 era and the 1997 Manx Rally which saw a final round tussle for the championship crown. It was a five-way fight between Mark Higgins, Martin Rowe, Alister McRae, Gwyndaf Evans and Robbie Head, all in a variety of stunning F2 machinery.

Championship Managers, past and present, give their views on the series with both Iain Campbell and Mark Taylor going under our spotlight.

But it's not all about the British Rally Championship! We also have reports from across the UK and Ireland including the latest rounds of the Scottish, BTRDA, Asphalt, Irish Forestry, Scottish Tarmack and NI Championships, plus a splattering of club events and even the Bro Caron road rally!

There's plenty to enjoy so make sure you grab your copy quick! Order print and digital versions online at www.rallymag.com or call 028 4066 0390.