Get up to speed this weekend – 1-3 October
From rallying to Autotesting, here is a look ahead at all the motorsport action taking place this weekend both here in the UK and overseas:
Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship – Pokerstars Rally
The Asphalt Rally Championship returns to the Isle of Man this weekend, for the double header Pokerstars Rally.
Welshman Melvyn Evans starts the event with a six-point-lead over Damian Cole, following maximum points finish at last month’s Hills Ford Three Shires Rally.
Can Evans further extend his lead, or can close competitors Mark Kelly and Neil Colman gain on the championship leaders once again?
Get all the latest updates from the Pokerstars Rally here.
British Sprint Championship – Rounds 25 & 26 at Anglesey Circuit
The British Sprint Championship heads West this weekend for the Welsh double-header at Anglesey Circuit. Steve Miles heads into the weekend at the top of the championship standings, with Peter Goulding and Graham Blackwell close behind. After a successful weekend in the previous round at Blyton Park, can Mark Hillam record another competitive time?
Keep up with the latest updates over the weekend by clicking here.
British Autotest Championship – Round 5 Demon Tweeks
Although the championship win has already been achieved by Alistair Moffatt, the battle for second and third place continues between Malcolm Livingston and Willie Keaning. 2020 champion Livingston currently holds the coveted second place position six points ahead of Keaning.
How will the championship standings look after this weekend’s round? Follow the action here.
British Sporting Trials Championship – Peter Fear Trial in Pauntley
The British Sporting Trials Championship competitors reconvene for the Peter Fear Trial in Pauntley this weekend. In the previous round, Andy Wilks secured the victory at the David Ayers Sporting Trial organised by Launceston and North Cornwall Motor Club, after successfully making his way across the slippery and challenging course.
Stay tuned on the British Sporting Trials page to find out more.
FIA World Rally Championship – WRC Secto Automotive Rally Finland
The World’s best rally drivers head north this weekend for the one and only Rally Finland. Although this year’s event doesn’t feature the legendary Ouninpohja, expect high action and exhilarating speeds as the crews take on one of the fastest rounds in the calendar.
British driver Elfyn Evans and co-driver Scott Martin continue to hold their second-place position behind Sebastien Ogier, with fellow Briton Gus Greensmith and co-driver Chris Patterson also within the top ten.
WRC3 British rally driver Chris Ingram and co-driver Ross Whittock have made great progress to secure fourth place in the standings, and Junior WRC competitors Jon Armstrong and Phil Hall are only four points away from leading in their championship.
Watch all the action on WRC+ or get the rally updates here.