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ADAM MORGAN & TOM OLIPHANT - Ciceley Motorsport

Driving for FUCHS sponsored Ciceley Motorsport in the British Touring Car Championship, Adam has featured around the Championship's top 10 since entering in 2013, securing 4 race wins and 18 podium finishes so far. Adam is looking to better his highest finish of 7th in the drivers standings (3rd in the independents) after fighting for 10th spot in 2017.

He will be joined this year by a new addition to the Ciceley team, Tom Oliphant who won the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup in a record-breaking 2015 season before moving to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, in which he scored six podium results and finished in the top four in the title race in both 2016 and 2017.

Visit the Adam Morgan website.
Visit the Tom Oliphant website.

RYAN COOKE - CRC Offroad Motorsport

Driving his modified Land Rover Evoque, LRM-1, Ryan achieved 1st in Class in the 2017 Drivers Championship after a battling season. FUCHS are proud to build on our ongoing sponsorship throughout 2018 as Ryan looks for other opportunities outside of the BCCC.

Visit the CRC Offroad Motorsport website.

DAVID BOGIE & FREDRIK AHLINS - CA1 Motorsport

Building on successful 2017 campaigns which saw Fredrik claim 2nd place in the BRC and David take multiple rally wins competing in their racing ŠKODA Fabia R5's, the CA1 Sport team are ready for another push for silverware in 2018, with both drivers aiming for more BRC podiums.

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PAIGE & DREW BELLERBY - Bellerby Motorsport

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. Both are looking like real contenders again in 2018 following a pair of 2nd place Championship finishes in 2017.

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ASHLEIGH MORRIS - Morris Racing

Scottish starlet, Ashleigh established herself as a hardy driver in the Scottish BMW Compact Cup after a string of good finishes earned her 9th place in the 2017 season. 2018 will bring a new challenge as Ashleigh moves into the competitive Celtic Speed Scottish Mini Cooper Cup Championship, aiming for overall success whilst keeping an eye on the Ladies Cup Championship within it's setup. The team actively helps our lab technicians to develop out products with regular testing and samplings.

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STEVE BROWN - Steve Brown Rallying

After claiming championships in the UK, Steve is now testing his racing Nissan Micra in Belgium. Enjoying early rally success at the close of 2016, Steve spent most of 2017 re-building his Micra before confirming his 2nd assault on the Belgium FIRC Rally Series in 2018.

Visit the Steve Brown Rallying website.

Championship / Event

Sponsorship

FUCHS LUBRICANTS MSA British Historic Rally Cahmpionship

FUCHS LUBRICANTS - Title sponsor

FUCHS LUBRICANTS RACRMC Historic Asphalt Rally Cahmpionship

FUCHS LUBRICANTS - Title sponsor

Read more about our 2018 title sponsorship of these two great historic rally championships.

Visit the MSA BHRC website.

Visit the RACRMC website.

Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

24

March

North Wales Stages

Round 2

28

April

Pirelli Rally

Round 3

8-9

June

Carlisle Stages

Round 4

24

June

Red Kite Stages

Round 5

29

July

Harry Flatters Rally

Round 6-7

13-15

September

Rally Isle of Man

Round 8

28-29

September

Trackrod Historic Cup

FUCHS LUBRICANTS are the title sponsors of this championship.

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

3-4

March

Bovington Stages

Round 2

22

April

Rallye Salamandre

Round 3

3

June

Mini Epynt

Round 4

29

July

Harry Flatters

Round 5

13-15

September

Isle of Man

Round 6

12-13

October

Jersey Rally

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

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Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

7-8

April

Brands Hatch Indy

Round 2

28-29

April

Donington Park

Round 3

19-20

May

Thruxton

Round 4

9-10

June

Oulton Park

Round 5

23-24

June

Croft

Round 6

28-29

July

Snetterton

Round 7

11-12

August

Rockingham

Round 8

25-26

August

Knockhill

Round 9

15-16

September

Silverstone

Round 10

29-30

September

Brands Hatch GP

FUCHS sponsored Adam Morgan, Ciceley Motorsport competes in this championship.

Visit the BTCC website.

Visit the Adam Morgan website.

Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

17

March

Silverstone

Round 2

2

April

Lydden Hill

Round 3

6

May

Croft

Round 4-5

23-24

June

Pembrey

Round 6

29

July

Croft

Round 7

27

August

Lydden Hill

Round 8

23

September

Pembrey

Round 9

3

November

Silverstone

FUCHS sponsored sisters, Paige & Drew Bellerby of Bellerby Motorsport compete in this championship.

Paige competes in the MSA Supernational Rallycross Championship.
Drew competes in the BMW Mini Rallycross Championship.

Visit the British Rallycross website.

Visit the Bellerby Motorsport website.

Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

10-11

March

order Counties Rally

Round 2

28-29

April

Pirelli Int. Rally

Round 3

22-23

June

Renties Ypres Rally

Round 4

17-18

August

Ulster Rally

Round 5

13-15

September

Rally Isle of Man

Round 6-7

5-7

October

Wales Rally GB

FUCHS supported CA1 Sport compete is this championship. CA1's main BRC drivers are 2017 runner up Fredrik Ahlins and Scottish rally ace David Bogie.

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Visit CA1 Sport's facebook page.

Day

Month

Location

8

April

Knockhill

6

May

Knockhill Anti-clockwise

26-27

May

Anglesey

1

July

Knockhill

22

July

Knockhill - Legends only

5

August

Knockhill Anti-clockwise

15-16

September

Knockhill - Triple header

7

October

Knockhill

FUCHS sponsored Ashleigh Morris, Morris Motorsport competes in this championship.

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Visit the Ashleigh Morris Racing facebook page website.

Round

Day

Month

Location

Round 1

31-2

April

Donington Park

Round 2

13-15

April

Brands Hatch

Round 3

5-7

May

Oulton Park

Round 4

15-17

June

Snetterton

Round 5

6-8

July

Knockhill

Round 6

20-22

July

Brands Hatch

Round 7

3-5

August

Thruxton

Round 8

17-19

August

Cadwell Park

Round 9

7-9

September

Silverstone

Round 10

14-16

September

Oulton Park

Round 11

28-30

September

Assen

Round 12

12-14

October

Brands Hatch

FUCHS sponsored Shane 'Shakey' Bryne & Glen Irwin, Be Wiser Ducati/PBM compete in this championship.

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Visit the Be Wiser Ducati website.

Barrett bounces back to top Red Kite

25.06.2018 - 05:35
Barrett bounces back to top Red Kite

Barrett bounces back to top Red Kite

Paul Barrett and new co-driver Will Rogers fought back from early delays to scoop maximum points in round four of the FUCHS LUBRICANTS MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Red Kite Stages (24 June).

As the event took rallying back into the forests of South Wales for the first time in four years, a fabulous battle raged for BHRC points behind rally winner Osian Pryce. Just 42s covered the top seven championship finishers and Barrett/Rogers scythed ahead of Simon Webster/Jez Rogers to score a last stage victory. In a dramatic finish, Steve Bennett/Osian Owen edged Webster back to fourth by a single second, while only one second down on Bennett was another Escort Mk2 in the hands of Ryan Barrett/Paul McCann.

Category victories went to Chris Skill/Tom Murphy (Ford Escort Mk1) and Malcolm Rich/Arwel Blainey (Ford Anglia) on a day when high speed stages and hanging dust made conditions challenging. However, the little used stages drew rave reviews from the crews, many of whom were tackling these forests for the first time.

As well as being the fourth of eight BHRC rounds, the Red Kite Stages was also the fourth round of the BHRC Forest Challenge, supported by Rally and Competition Equipment, and was the fourth event for the new BHRC2.

Barrett and Webster opened their battle by setting the same time in the first Crynant stage, but it changed in stage two in Resolven when Barrett collected a front puncture and drove out on it, losing about 20s. Rudi Lancaster/Guy Weaver also punctured, but up into contention came Bennett/Owen and Ryan Barrett/Paul McCann.

After service came a single run at nine miles in Margam and Bennett was a strong second as punctures struck Webster, who lost at least 20s, and both Barretts. After a second visit to service, Barrett went on the attack for the re-run of the first two stages.

Starting the deciding Glyn Castle stage, three seconds covered the top trio and Barrett continued his attack to grab maximum BHRC points from Bennett and Webster as 10 seconds decided the BHRC top three. Ryan Barrett joined the party by getting to within a second of Webster.

It was an important result for Paul Barrett in the championship after a non-finish on the previous rally. “We’ve had so much help to get here after the fire on Carlisle,” he said of the work to rebuild the Escort after an engine fire two weeks earlier. Bennett delivered a superb drive and Webster drew equal praise for running at the very head of the pace.

Lancaster deserved more than points for fifth after a puncture and late clutch issue, and he was chased home by the leading two Pinto-powered Escort Mk2s from class D3. Despite the driver feeling unwell, Stuart Egglestone and Brian Hodgson did it again but this time it was very close as Ben Friend and Cliffy Simmons were just 7s adrift after a mighty day-long scrap. Friend capped his day with third fastest time in Bryn but sadly off the road in the morning went class contender Josh Browne and Jane Edgington.

While Barrett/Rogers topped the Rally and Competition Equipment Category 3, it was Chris Skill and Tom Murphy who took a great win in the Skipton Ford Category 2 with a performance that took them inside the top 10 overall. However, Skill was relieved to make the finish with an ailing diff. Skill’s main category rivals were delayed by punctures and so into a fine second in Category 2 went the class C3-winning Hillman Avenger of Baz Jordan/Paul Wakely as Avengers packed out the top of the category.

Full event results are here: 
https://www.ewrc-results.com/results/45788-red-kite-stages-national-a-2018/ 
 

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