Top Results as of stage 11

Pos Car Driver Time
1 4 Matt Edwards 01:32:47.1
2 3 Josh Moffett 01:33:13.7
3 7 David Bogie 01:33:16.2
4 9 Rhys Yates 01:34:24.0
5 10 Alex Laffey 01:36:18.4
6 14 Kevin Eves 01:38:40.0
7 15 Camillus Bradley 01:38:57.6
8 19 Alan Smyth 01:40:33.6
9 35 Kyle McGettigan 01:40:52.9
10 33 Jordan Hone 01:41:23.4

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British Rally Championship 60th Anniversary

The 2018 Prestone British Rally Championship celebrates 60 years since the very first round back in 1958, won then by Ron Gouldbourn and Stuart Turner in a Triumph TR3A. Turner went onto manage the BMC rally team that won Monte Carlo with Paddy Hopkirk in a MINI before introducing scores of Finns to the British rallying scene through his time as boss of Ford Motorsport.

Many careers have been started on these shores. Five British Rally Champions have gone onto become World Rally Champion, many others have competed here and didn’t have UK success but did on the world stage.

Success on the British Rally Championship is still translating to success in the European and World Rally Championship: Elfyn Evans, Craig Breen, Kris Meeke, Scott Martin, Seb Marshall, Daniel Barritt are all making a name for themselves in rallying across the globe and it started in the BRC.

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