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Ciceley Motosport

Adam Morgan
Daniel Rowbottom

BTCC + Endurance & GT4 (TBC)

Driving for FUCHS sponsored Ciceley Motorsport in the British Touring Car Championship, Adam ended a successful 2018 campaign 7th in BTCC claiming 6 podiums and 3 race wins.

In 2019, Adam will be joined by BTCC Rookie Daniel Rowbottom after stepping up from the Clio Cup UK, following his fourth place championship finish.

The duo will be driving Ciceley Motorsport's two Mercedes-Benz A-Class's.

Ciceley will also race thier Renault Clio's in various endurance races throughout the year and launch into the GT4 world with their Mercedes-benz AMG GT4. Stay tuned for more news on these championships.

"In 2018 not one of our Ciceley Motorsport prepared Touring Cars suffered a DNF thanks to mechanical issues... & we have to thank FUCHS LUBRICANTS (UK) plc for that! We are more than grateful for their support this season & for giving us."

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Bellerby RX

Paige Bellerby
Drew Bellerby

British Rallycross Championship

Sisters Paige and Drew both compete in the British Rallycross Championship. Paige features in the Supernational Championship and younger sister Drew competes in the BMW Mini Championship.

2018 was another great year for Bellerby RX with both Paige and Drew securing 4th place finishes in their respective championships. Both sisters enjoyed race wins with Drew collecting her first 'Driver of the day' award.

"There will never be any words to say how overwhelmed I am for the amount of support that Bellerby RX have received in 2018 and on behalf of me and Paige Bellerby we would like to send a huge thank you to FUCHS."

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CRC Offroad Motorsport

Ryan Cooke

British Cross Country Championship (BCCC)

Driving his modified Land Rover Evoque, LRM-1, Ryan achieved 1st in Class in the 2017 Drivers Championship. In 2018 the championship took a break but is hoping to be back in 2019.

FUCHS's sponsorship of Ryan has remained strong with the LRM-1 - In new oil kissed livery - even being used as part of our Hillhead 2018 exhibition.

FUCHS wish Ryan and his team a welcome return to motorsport in 2019.

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CA1 Sport

David Bogie & John Rowan
Tom Preston & Carl Williamson

British Rally Championship (BRC)

CA1 Sport’s David Bogie (Pictured) and John Rowan (Skoda Fabia R5) were delighted with an impressive third overall in the 2018 BRC. The duo enjoyed more 2018 success outside of the BRC with rally wins at the Scottish Rally in May (50th Career win for Bogie - Pictured) and again at Scotland’s Galloway Hills.

"It’s always special to win your home event but it makes it even more special when it is win number 50!"

CA1 Sport Team-mates Tom Preston & Carl Williamson also had strong showings across a variety of rallies in 2018.

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Championship / Event

Sponsorship

FUCHS LUBRICANTS MSA British Historic Rally Championship

FUCHS LUBRICANTS - Title sponsor

FUCHS LUBRICANTS RACRMC Historic Asphalt Rally Championship

FUCHS LUBRICANTS - Title sponsor

FUCHS LUBRICANTS Classic Mini Challenge

FUCHS LUBRICANTS - Title sponsor

FUCHS LUBRICANTS BTRDA 1400 Championship

FUCHS LUBRICANTS - Headline sponsor

Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

30

March

Rally North Wales

Round 2

27

April

Pirelli Rally

Round 3

8

June

Carlisle Stages

Round 4

23

June

Red Kite Stages

Round 5

28

July

Harry Flatters Rally

Round 6-7

17

August

Ulster Rally

Round 8

27-28

September

Trackrod Historic Cup

FUCHS LUBRICANTS are the title sponsors of this championship for a second consecutive year.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

2-3

March

Bovington Stages

Round 2

28

April

Rally Tendring and Clacton (essex)

Round 3

2

June

Mini Epynt Stages

Round 4

28

July

Harry Flatters Rally (Epynt)

Round 5

17

August

Ulster Rally

Round 6

11-12

October

Jersey Rally

FUCHS LUBRICANTS are the title sponsors of this championship for a fouth consecutive year.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

9

Feb

Jack Neal Rally

Round 2

10

March

Tour of Epynt

Round 3

21

April

Warcop Stages

Round 4

10

May

Manx National Leg 1

Round 5

11

May

Manx National Leg 2

Round 6

20

July

Down Rally

Round 7

4

August

Solway Coast Rally

Round 8

28

September

Patriot Stages

FUCHS LUBRICANTS are the title sponsors of this championship for the first time in 2019.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

16

February

North Wales

Round 2

9

March

Lake District

Round 3

13

April

Mid Wales

Round 4

11

May

Oswestry

Round 5

13

July

Mid Wales

Round 6

31

August

Shropshire/Welsh Borders

Round 7

28

September

North Yorkshire

FUCHS LUBRICANTS are the headline sponsor for the 2019 BTRDA 1400 Rally Championship.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

6-7

April

Brands Hatch Indy

Round 2

27-28

April

Donington Park

Round 3

18-19

May

Thruxton

Round 4

15-16

June

Croft

Round 5

29-30

June

Oulton Park

Round 6

3-4

August

Snetterton

Round 7

17-18

August

Thruxton

Round 8

14-15

September

Knockhill

Round 9

28-29

September

Silverstone

Round 10

12-13

October

Brands Hatch GP

FUCHS sponsored Ciceley Motorsport compete in this championship with lead driver Adam Morgan and BTCC rookie Daniel Rowbottom challenging for the 2019 title.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

24

March

Silverstone

Round 2

22

April

Lydden Hill

Round 3

22

June

Pembrey

Round 4

23

June

Pembrey

Round 5

26

August

Lydden Hill

Round 6

21-22

September

Pembrey

Round 7

26

October

Croft

Round 8

27

October

Croft

FUCHS sponsored Bellerby RX compete in this championship with Paige Bellerby challenging again for the MSA Supernational Rallycross Championship and sister Drew competing in the BMW Mini Rallycross Championship.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

16

February

Cambrian Rally

Round 2

16-17

March

West Cork Rally

Round 3

27

April

Pirelli International Rally

Round 4

28-29

June

Ypres Rally

Round 5

17

August

Ulster Rally

Round 6

14

September

Galloway Hills Rally

Reserve

TBC

TBC

Wales Rally

FUCHS supported CA1 Sport compete in this championship. Driver David Bogie with co-driver John Rowan finished 3rd in 2018.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

19-21

April

Silverstone (National)

Round 2

4-6 (Bank Holiday)

May

Oulton Park (International)

Round 3

24-26 (Triple-Header)

May

Donington Park (National)

Round 4

14-16

June

Brands Hatch (GP)

Round 5

28-30

June

Knockhill

Round 6

19-21

July

Snetterton (300)

Round 7

2-4

August

Thruxton

Round 8

16-18

August

Cadwell Park

Round 9

6-8 (Triple-Header)

September

Oulton Park (International)

Round 10

20-22

September

Assen

Round 11

4-6

October

Donington Park (GP)

Round 12

18-20 (Triple-Header)

October

Brands Hatch (GP)

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Wrexham Glyndwr University

Together We Progress (TWP) Racing

Endurance events

Father and Son, Jon and Will Earp, handed the entire running of the TWP to the Students; car choice, race series, design, manufacture, testing. Jon brings a handful of contacts, sponsors and drivers to the table. Whilst Will and the students share the driving. This really is a co-operative race team!

In 2018 the team maintained two Mazda MX-5's (Mk1 & Mk3), competiting in a series of endurance races, finishing 3rd and 4th in class (750 Motor Club CARTEK Club Enduro Championship).

Fellow FUCHS sponsored driver, Adam Morgan was announced as team patron in 2017. 

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Myerscough College

Verious 2 and 4 wheel events

As multi-year partners, FUCHS assists with annual lubrication presentaions to Mysercough students, aiding their work and their motorsport activities.

A very busy site for motorsport, Mysercough's many workshops are always busy with student project vehicle builds or race prep for one of it's many entered championships from BRC to Formula Ford categories.

The college campus will also host the 2019 Legend Fires North West Stages Rally.

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East Surrey College

Various Projects and 4 wheel events

The students of East Surrey College are currently working on 3 race/trackday cars: Seraph Kit Car, Toyota Paseo and a Toyota Corolla.

In January, FUCHS presented the 'Principles of Lubrication' to the students and discussed further ways we could help thim through 2019.

Students and Staff alike were delighted to recieve some FUCHS products for their projects and have our technical team available for any qweries.

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Oxford Brookes University

Team OBR

Formula Student

OBR were crowned the current best and historically most successful UK team after taking home 2nd place overall in the 2018 Formula UK Championship - The best result in Oxford Brookes 20 year racing history.

Well done Team!

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Robinson wins Carlisle historics

11.06.2018 - 03:20
Robinson wins Carlisle historics

Matthew Robinson and Sam Collis took a long overdue first BHRC victory when they won round three of the FUCHS LUBRICANTS MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the ATL Carlisle Stages (8/9 June).

Over tough and dusty stages Robinson and Collis (Ford Escort Mk2) had a great battle with the BRM-powered Hillman Avenger of Ieuan Rowlands/Emyr Hall until the Avenger slid into one of Kielder’s notorious ditches on the penultimate stage. Instead, into a superb second place went the Pinto-powered Escort Mk2 of Stuart Egglestone and Brian Hodgson.

As the Category 1 cars returned to their rightful place at the head of the field, Rikki Proffitt and Graham Wild won the division in their Porsche 911 and Mark Holmes and Craig Simkiss again topped Category 2 with another fine performance in their Escort Mk1.

“We’ve been close so many times, so it makes a change,” said Robinson after a very popular win. “But the man of the rally was Ieuan Rowlands.” Three stages on Friday evening started the historic rally and Rowlands attacked from the start to take a five-second lead over Paul Barrett/Dai Roberts. 

Unfortunately, former championship leader Barrett went out with an engine fire at the start of the second stage and the survivors were glad to make it back to Carlisle at the end of the very dusty first leg. Robinson clawed back time on Rowlands in stage two but the Welshman added another five seconds in the second run of Tommy’s Fell to finish the leg five seconds ahead.

After a short test in Florida opened Saturday’s action, the daunting 14-miler in Newcastleton decided the result as the flying Avenger slid into a ditch and out of the lead. A safe run through the final Ash Park stage sent Robinson and Collis back to Carlisle for a well deserved victory, both overall and in the Rally and Competition Equipment Category 3.

A class D3-winning second overall was a fantastic result for Egglestone and Hodgson as the local driver leapt to head of the BHRC points with a mighty run. It was close for second between Egglestone and Rudi Lancaster/Guy Weaver and Egglestone had a margin of just three seconds at the finish.

A few seconds back, another tight contest settled fourth place for Simon Webster/Jez Rogers who had only five seconds in hand over Steve Bennett/Osian Owen. Bennett was a fine second fastest in Newcastleton to claw back 21s, but was still just short of regaining time lost on Friday evening. 

Tim Freeman and Paul Williams were sixth despite losing time to several cars off in Newcastleton, while Ben Friend/Cliffy Simmons headed the class D3 chase of Egglestone in seventh. Holmes/Simkiss took the Skipton Ford Category 2 by half a minute from Warren Philliskirk and Mark Casey who were a last minute pairing after illness struck Philliskirk’s original co-driver. 

After two disastrous non-finishes this season, Josh Carr and Ben Hall (Ford Escort Mk1) were pleased to finally finish a rally and duly won class C3. However, it was still not a trouble-free run as they lost the brakes half way through the long Newcastleton stage. 

Full event results are here.

Image: Matthew Robinson and Sam Collis, Courtesy of Paul Lawrence.

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Martin Wilkinson
Team Owner, 
CA1 Sport.
BRC & other Rally events.


"I just wanted to say thank you from Team 109 for the product support FUCHS Silkolene provided us with this season - on PRO 4 our Kawasaki Ninja’s ran like clockwork!"

Eunan McGlinchey.
Team 109 Racing.
Junior Supersport Champion 2018.


"We did it! We achieved something we weren’t sure was possible but never stopped trying for! This marked another year with a 100% finish record and it just goes to show what can be achieved."

Ashleigh Morris.
Ashleigh Morris Racing.
Celtic Speed Scottish Mini Cooper
Ladies Cup Champion 2018.



Our 2018 Title Winners

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BSB

Paul Barrett
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British Junior Supersport

Dave Mackay
Sound of Thunder Championship

Ashleigh Morris
Scottish Mini Cooper Cup Ladies Cup

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MSA English Rally Championship
BTRDA Rally Championship Class B13

Michael Rutter & Shaun Parker
Open Sidecar Championship

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