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Old 9 Dec 2012, 19:41 (Ref:3176884)   #61
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Hi all,

Im interested in rallycross (especially after viewing it on topgear) but all the places i've looked onto so far requires a class B licence which means you need to get the starter pack, do tests and so on and so on.

But was wondering weather that is the case for all rally cross or if this non-race b licence avoids all that and allows you to just have a car (to the spec) and race etc. Just im really confused at the moment lol

What rallycross events are specifically for non-race b licence?

And also, on rallycross websites and videos I have seen, you don't tend to see many corsas, is there any reason to this lol

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Old 9 Dec 2012, 22:04 (Ref:3176929)   #62
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Hi all,

Im interested in rallycross (especially after viewing it on topgear) but all the places i've looked onto so far requires a class B licence which means you need to get the starter pack, do tests and so on and so on.

But was wondering weather that is the case for all rally cross or if this non-race b licence avoids all that and allows you to just have a car (to the spec) and race etc. Just im really confused at the moment lol

What rallycross events are specifically for non-race b licence?

And also, on rallycross websites and videos I have seen, you don't tend to see many corsas, is there any reason to this lol

Hello

Ive PM'd you with an e mail address to get in touch and I can provide you with info on rallycross, licenses and also got some cars for sale

Thanks
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Old 16 Apr 2013, 01:22 (Ref:3234968)   #63
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what age do you have to be to start rallying

hi im from northern ireland and was wondering what age you have to be to start rallying/rallycross. Im 14 and just want to know if i can start now and get a bit of experience
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Old 21 Apr 2013, 19:35 (Ref:3237461)   #64
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Yes you can get a junior licence at 14 years old and race with it until you are 16 . . You will then have to move up to one of the senior classes wen you turn 17 . . .
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Old 19 Jun 2013, 18:25 (Ref:3264989)   #65
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hi there im just wondering after getting all the car and clothes e.c.t how much is it to enter a race??
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Old 22 Jun 2013, 11:54 (Ref:3266417)   #66
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Entry fees are around the 200 mark.
Currently the British Championship rounds are 245, & Clubmans events 195.
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Old 1 Jul 2013, 19:33 (Ref:3272553)   #67
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New driver information.........................;

Please check out a brand new rallycross website.

It is aimed mainly at the Clubman end of things, but it will carry news and info for all UK based Rallycross, including information about drivers and meetings.

So hopefully it will be a good place for both drivers and competitors to find relevant information.

Have a look and see what you think www.clubmansrallycross.weebly.com

This is a website designed with the drivers in mind, so please help us to make sure the content is up to date. Check it regularly as it will include updates on a regular basis.

Kind Regards

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Old 21 Oct 2013, 12:31 (Ref:3320959)   #68
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Any drivers who are looking to get into Clubman Rallycross within the UK and race within the BTRDA Championship should e mail;

clubmansrallycross@yahoo.co.uk

This will ensure they receive all the latest info on the BTRDA Championship which will return in 2014.

Also a good place to find out about any cars which are for sale, which include cars within Stockhatch, Hot Hatch and Super Modified.
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Old 6 Dec 2013, 23:24 (Ref:3341066)   #69
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Confirmed 2014 calendar is as follows;

2014 BTRDA Clubmans Rallycross Championship
Round 1 Sunday February 9th Blyton 2wd only
Round 2 Sunday March 9th Blyton 2wd only
Round 3 Saturday June 7th Pembrey 2wd & 4wd
Round 4 Sunday June 8th Pembrey 2wd & 4wd
Round 5 Sunday August 17th Pembrey 2wd & 4wd
Round 6 Sunday 16th November Croft 2wd & 4wd

Also;
Sunday 30th November Blyton BTRDA Rallycross Trophy (2wd only)

Great calender,should be a cracking championship.
Just what UK Rallycross needs a healthy Clubmans championship
And an entry level into the sport. Lots of new drivers,new cars coming into the sport the future looks bright.

Contact: clubmansrallycross@yahoo.co.uk
If interested.
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Old 8 Dec 2013, 21:00 (Ref:3341717)   #70
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So I want to get involved in motorsport when I'm older, specifically rally. Should I start at Rallycross when I'm 18 or somewhere else?
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Old 9 Dec 2013, 06:30 (Ref:3341844)   #71
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So I want to get involved in motorsport when I'm older, specifically rally. Should I start at Rallycross when I'm 18 or somewhere else?
If you want to get involved in Motorsport and in particular Rallycross you dont need to wait until you are 18. You are able to compete in the Junior Rallycross class from the age of 14.

Check out www.btrda.com (Rallycross section) for more info or e mail;
clubmansrallycross@yahoo.co.uk
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Old 9 Dec 2013, 19:01 (Ref:3342029)   #72
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If you want to get involved in Motorsport and in particular Rallycross you dont need to wait until you are 18. You are able to compete in the Junior Rallycross class from the age of 14.

Check out www.btrda.com (Rallycross section) for more info or e mail;
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Old 27 Aug 2014, 23:22 (Ref:3448329)   #73
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Rallycross Newbies...

Its a while since anything was posted here so i thought i would open up the thread and discussions again.

Things have progressed nicely since the BBC Top Gear programme brought the BTRDA Rallycross Championship alone around 330 enquiries with around 40 new drivers into the sport which is fantastic to have over 10% of enquiries taking up the chance.

We still have the "getting started" document available.
We have a 2015 calender coming along nicely
There are cars for sale at great prices.

Anyone interested in getting started in the BTRDA Clubmans Rallycross Championship should e mail;
clubmansrallycross@yahoo.co.uk

Also check out;
www.clubmansrallycross.weebly.com
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btrda facebook pages
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Old 11 Mar 2015, 22:23 (Ref:3514298)   #74
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Rallycross Newbies...

"The Seriously Fun Championship"

The 2015 season is now underway so I thought I would open this thread again

Things have progressed nicely since the BBC Top Gear programme brought the BTRDA Rallycross Championship alone around 330 enquiries with around 50 new drivers into the sport which is fantastic to have over 10% of enquiries taking up the chance.

We still have the "getting started" document available.
2015 season is underway
Classes to suit all budgets
7 round championship in place

Anyone interested in getting started in the BTRDA Clubmans Rallycross Championship should e mail;
clubmansrallycross@yahoo.co.uk


Also check out;
www.clubmansrallycross.weebly.com
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https://www.facebook.com/btrda.rallycross.1
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Old 20 Mar 2015, 14:32 (Ref:3517446)   #75
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Rallycross Newbies...

"The Seriously Fun Championship"

The 2015 season is now underway so I thought I would open this thread again

Things have progressed nicely since the BBC Top Gear programme brought the BTRDA Rallycross Championship alone around 330 enquiries with around 50 new drivers into the sport which is fantastic to have over 10% of enquiries taking up the chance.

We still have the "getting started" document available.
2015 season is underway
Classes to suit all budgets
7 round championship in place

Anyone interested in getting started in the BTRDA Clubmans Rallycross Championship should e mail;
clubmansrallycross@yahoo.co.uk


Also check out;
www.clubmansrallycross.weebly.com
Also
https://www.facebook.com/btrda.rallycross.1
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