The Motorsport UK Esports British Rally Championship (eBRC) is go! The first season will consist of four rounds on the hugely popular DiRT Rally 2.0 with four rounds on asphalt and gravel in the Ford Fiesta R2T on the PC, PlayStation and Xbox.
Open to all who hold a Motorsport UK licence or Trackside Membership. Those who are not a member of Motorsport UK can become one HERE for £19.99 by using the code EBRC20 – Not only will you receive 20% off the membership, you will also have access to exclusive Motorsport UK tours, factory visits and member benefits from major motorsport outlets and high street names.
To enter the series…
Step 1 – Register by clicking on the register tab. If you do not have a Motorsport UK membership, you can join Trackside HERE for £19.99 by using the code EBRC20
Step 2 – Once you register, an email will be sent within 24 hours with the full details to join the competition – Please check your Junk, Spam as it may be in there
Step 3 – The link to join will be in that email. Request to Join the RaceNet Club – we will then approve access
Step 4 – View the stages, make note of the route then and recce and practice outside of club
Step 5 – Use the Ford Fiesta R2T ONLY
Step 6 – When you are ready, head into the RaceNet Club before 8am on Monday 6 July to set your stage times. Don’t forget you have one shot. Make it count!
THE FOURTH ROUND ENTRIES WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT ON THURSDAY 2 JULY
Overall Champion – Test a real-life Ford Fiesta R2T with EDSL Sport
Top–ten – Behind the scenes tour at FIA World Rally Championship team M-Sport
Best Social Media clips will win rally hospitality, tickets, merchandise and passenger rides – with more to be announced.
Round 1: Wales (Gravel) – Week Commencing – 4 May
Round 2: Spain (Asphalt) – Week Commencing 25 May
Round 3: Germany (Asphalt) – Week Commencing 15 June
Round 4: Scotland (Gravel) – Week Commencing 29 June
NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 situation servers and internet connections are under strain. The BRC can sadly do nothing for any disconnection, updates etc that occurs during a competitors timed run.
To whet the rallying Esports appetites even further, the cast of the 2020 British Rally Championship will contest the Motorsport UK eBRC Invitational series as the likes of Matt Edwards, Rhys Yates, Josh McErlean and James Williams are set to renew rivalry in the virtual world. The series will be streamed live onto the British Rally Championship and Motorsport UK social media channels.