The Motorsport UK British Rallycross Championship 5 Nations Trophy Presented by Cooper Tires will include two rounds of the headline Supercar class at Lydden Hill on 6 & 7 November.
· Night racing returns with racing under floodlights
· Firework display on Saturday evening
· Entertainment for all the family
· Saturday afternoon tickets available for first time
It was a day of fire, drama and attrition in the latest round of the Motorsport UK British Rallycross Championship 5 Nations Trophy presented by Cooper Tires at Knockhill held in glorious weather conditions for round five of the British Rallycross Championship and round six of the remaining championships.
2019 BMW Mini RX Champion Drew Bellerby has announced that she is withdrawing from her rallycross driving commitments for 2021 to fully-focus on her new-born daughter. The Fuchs-sponsored Mini will return to the capable hands of Drew’s father Dave, winner of rounds one and two at Lydden Hill.
The next appearance for the car will be at the next double-header round of the Motorsport UK British Rallycross Championship 5 Nations Trophy Presented by Cooper Tires when it heads North to Knockhill in Scotland. The former Supernational and Swift Sport Rallycross Champion will do his best to improve on his current standing of fifth in the BMW Mini Rallycross Championship.
Drew’s sister Paige will also be competing in the Motorsport UK Supernational class in her Lotus Exige, where double victory last time has moved her to within 27 points of the championship lead.
“Balancing motorsport and being a mum is quite tough and the Pembrey weekend made me realise that I want to prioritise Beau – I only have one opportunity to be her mother while she’s so young and needs me.
Once she is less reliant on me, my rallycross side can return to the fore. Until then myself and Beau will be part of the Bellerby Motorsport support team and continue to cheer on Dad and Paige.”
Rounds three and four of the Motorsport UK British Rallycross Championship 5 Nations Trophy Presented by Cooper Tires saw glorious racing in the Welsh sunshine over the bank holiday weekend.
Six champions from three classes head the 5 Nations BRX Supercar entry, with a strong line-up across the other classes for rounds three and four of 5 Nations BRX.
Round two of the Motorsport UK British Rallycross Championship 5 Nations Trophy Presented by Cooper Tires delivered a fantastic day’s racing at the Home of Rallycross in Kent for a capacity 4000 crowd. The racing was every bit as glorious as the Bank Holiday Monday weather.
- Patrick O’Donovan heads father-son one-two in 5 Nations BRX at Mondello Park
- Ovenden claims maiden 5 Nations BRX Supercar win at Mondello Park
- Former champion Evans set for shock 5 Nations BRX Supercar return at Mondello Park
- Patrick O’Donovan scores second Pembrey win to move into 5 Nations BRX points’ lead
- Patrick O’Donovan claims maiden 5 Nations BRX win at Pembrey
- 5 Nations BRX heads to revised Pembrey Circuit for double-header weekend