The FMP Rally Challenge, which is open to members of all Motorsport UK registered Motor Clubs, was created in 2013 to support Wales Air Ambulance and thanks to the generosity of competitors and spectators the charity has benefited on average by over £1000 per year.
Round 5 – The Plains Rally inc. Manx National Results
Lepley Edges Ahead on the Plains
All six Contenders finish the Manx
Newark youngster George Lepley and the Ford Fiesta R2 crew of Perry Gardener and Keaton Williams continue to dominate, each with victories on all 3 gravel rounds so far.
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Photo courtesy of Mike Frayne
West Cork Rally – Daniels & Whittle Seize An Early Lead.
Rhidian Daniels and Tomos Whittle
Nantgaredig Driver Rhidian Daniels and Cross Hands Co-driver Tomos Whittle were amongst eight contenders who nominated the West Cork Rally to score optional overseas points on St. Patricks weekend. The pair put in a faultless performance to bring their JJ Aggregates TWC Carpentry Citroen C1 home fourth in Class which takes them to the top of the current leader board. Fellow Ammanford Motor Club member Ian Taylor climbs into the top three and with a late entry in for Round 3, The Marshall and Hicks Ltd. Tour of Caerwent, he could well be challenging for the top spot. For full story click here.
Click on current scores for Challenge results from Round 2 – the Rallynuts Tour of Epynt and the West Cork Rally.
Motor Sports Council National Court Ruling
In a sitting of the above court on Tuesday 5th March 2019, Case No. J2019/02 regarding Mr. Paul Bird, it was ruled that he should be removed from the results of the Rallynuts Stages 2018. This was due to his refusal to provide a sample for a doping test. Mr. Bird was not a registered contender of the FMP Rally Challenge and his removal from the results does not affect any award winning positions in the ‘FMP’. Motorsport UK have been made aware of this fact.
FMP Rally Challenge Co-ordinator.