DMACK prizes for Junior BRC crews
DMACK is offering £3850 worth of prize money to competitors in the Junior British Rally Championship this year.
The firm was the sole tyre supplier of the JBRC last year, offering a prize of a subsidised entry into the Wrc-supporting Drive DMACK Fiesta Trophy, won by Rob Duggan.
But the BRC has reverted to an open tyre formula in the class for 2017.
DMACK is offering £550 per round if the winner of the class is using DMACK tyres, which are now produced in the UK.
In addition, if the champion of the class is using DMACKS, they will earn an entry into the M-sport shootout at the end of the year.
The winner of that wins a fully-funded scholarship into 2018’s Junior World Rally Championship.
Dick Cormack, DMACK managing director, said: “DMACK provided a huge prize to the Junior competitors last season and once again we are demonstrating our commitment to supporting future talent in British rallying.”