Tynemouth offers BTRDA Junior prizes
Legendary timing operation Tynemouth Computer Services turns 40 years of age in 2019, and to celebrate founder Martin Liddle will support the BTRDA Junior Rally Championship with cash prizes.
Liddle and the BTRDA have also been linked for 40 years with Tynemouth taking care of the series’ points and results.
The first, second and third drivers in the Junior series will receive £150, £100 and £75, respectively, on each event. Co-drivers will be awarded £75, £50 and £25, respectively.
In a move which is expected to help support the revival of the 1400 Championship next year, Fuchs Lubricants has partnered with the class.
Seeding rules changes midway through 2018 mean organisers are able to position lower-powered cars at the front of the field to receive better conditions. It is hoped more 1400 entries will return to gravel rallying after enough lead-time to rejoin at the Cambrian Rally opener in February.