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Af­ter a few weeks of cir­cuit-heavy TV guides, gravel and mud re­turns to the screens.

The World Rally Cham­pi­onship is cov­ered off in our WRC on TV sec­tion ( see right) so it’s na­tional to the fore; the Harry Flat­ters Rally. Held over Ep­nynt mil­i­tary base – likened to a cir­cuit in the moun­tains – the quick as­phalt pro­duces fan­tas­tic ac­tion. You can catch two sep­a­rate pro­grammes on the event, with the MSA As­phalt Cham­pi­onship (Fri­day, 2100-2135hrs, Mo­tors TV) and the Bri­tish His­toric Rally Cham­pi­onship (Thurs­day, 1340-1445hrs, Mo­tors TV) get­ting stand­alone shows.

Also mar­vel­lously club, the Bri­tish Cross Coun­try Cham­pi­onship was also in ac­tion re­cently (Wed­nes­day, 1925-2030hrs, Mo­tors TV). Le­viathans roar­ing through the forests; what more could you want?

Stay­ing in the UK (cir­cuit fans you can come out from be­hind the sofa now, the ral­ly­ing is done) the Bri­tish GT cham­pi­onship has been in ac­tion. Catch the ac­tion from Snet­ter­ton here (Wed­nes­day, 13101415hrs, Mo­tors TV).

For some­thing a bit more club, there’s a rel­a­tively rare chance to catch a glimpse of cars in ac­tion at An­gle­sey Cir­cuit. The Porsche Cham­pi­onship was part of a BRSCC meet­ing at the venue (Fri­day, 17501855hrs, Mo­tors TV).

Sky Sports F1’s Clas­sic Races shows con­tinue over the F1 break. This week is the 1995 San Marino Grand Prix (Wed­nes­day, 2100-2145hrs, Sky Sports F1).

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