British Cross Country Championship set for 2024 return
The Motorsport UK British Cross Country Championship is set to return to the UK motorsport calendar in 2024.
Jon Aston, an experienced Clerk of the Course and member of Motorsport UK’s Cross Country Committee, will run the championship. Further details on the 2024 calendar and how to compete, will be announced soon.
Capacity entries were a highlight of the last edition, held in 2021. Adrian Marfell and Paul Bartleman won the four-round series – shortened due to the Covid pandemic – in their Fouquet Nissan buggy, one of the many unique vehicles found among the entrants.
Jonathan Jackson, Head of Rallies & Cross Country at Motorsport UK:
“The return of the British Cross Country Championship is a significant step in the right direction for this hugely popular discipline. Participation across the varied disciplines in Cross Country is high, and the return of the British Championship for the discipline will provide that ‘halo opportunity’ for the British community.
“The Championship will be led by Jon Aston, whom we’re excited to work with again to deliver a sustainable future for the discipline.”
Jon Aston, promoter of the British Cross Country Championship:
“We are excited to be bringing back the BXCC after a two year pause. The 2024 championship will see some changes to the organising team and the event structure in a bid to freshen up the championship, hopefully our customers will like it!”
More information about the 2024 British Cross Country Championship is available at https://crosscountryuk.org/