Let battle commence and take your place among the best and follow in the tyre tracks of greatness…
The British Rally Championship returns in 2023 to provide the ultimate test for the best drivers in the latest four-wheel drive cars on some of the most iconic stages in rallying. The BRC has always been regarded as a premier championship and continues to enjoy an international reputation as one of the best in the world. It is this position that provides the foundations and the inspiration for the BRC.
With rallies in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Belgium, the calendar is full of classic tests and dynamic twists to provide the best possible competition, from which will emerge the worthy champions.
The championship has selected a calendar of events that combine the highest standards of organisation, the most testing stages, challenging mileages and the opportunity for crews to make their own notes on all rounds. All FIA homologated cars are eligible to compete, with the exception of WRC cars. Previously homologated cars are eligible if within five years of the expiry of their FIA homologation.
The Junior BRC will be open to competitors under 27 in Two-wheel-drive R2 and Rally4 cars – the internationally recognised class for the development of young drivers.
Those wishing to contest the BRC in non-homologated machinery and WRC cars up to 2017 may enter the National Rally Title. Competitors will follow the same itinerary as those in the main BRC classes; full stage mileage and the same venues and the opportunity for reconnaissance on all rounds.
* Points will be awarded in each class as follows: 25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1 with double points on offer for the final round of the season
* Competitors may nominate one event as their ‘Joker’, on which they will score additional points: 5-4-3-2-1
* Five scores will count
Seeded running order will be subject to 2023 Motorsport UK regulations.