Probite British Rally Championship registrations now open

The Probite British Rally Championship has today [11 January] opened its registrations for the highly anticipated 2024 season. Britain’s premier rallying series will feature an all-new, six-round calendar across the country, with two new events joining popular series regulars. An equal split of gravel and asphalt rounds offers the ultimate test, as each round in the championship is likely to be longer and tougher than before. A re-invigorated media package will boost coverage for the series, bringing the championship to a vastly untapped audience and will be available for all registered competitors with details announced later this month.

This is bolstered by a significantly reduced registration fee in each category, with up to 86% off 2023 prices and the opportunity to register and score points on an individual event basis. The series will offer categories for all vehicles with a Motorsport UK and Motorsport Ireland Passport, with the British Champion likely to come from the BRC1 / Rally2 top-flight, whilst the Junior category is catered for in the BRC4 and BRC5 / Rally4 and Rally5 classes. Rally3 is also welcomed.

2024 features

  • Six, all-action rounds (seven point scoring opportunities) with each event featuring unique characteristics. Longer, tougher, and more challenging rallies. Five rounds to count.
    Round 1 – Legend Fires North West Stages –  22/23 March
    Round 2 – Rallynuts Severn Valley Stages – 13 April
    Round 3 – Beatson’s Building Supplies Jim Clark Rally – 24/25 May
    Round 4 – Voyonic Grampian Forest Rally –  9/10 August
    Round 5 – JDS Machinery Rali Ceredigion – 30 August/1 September
    (Two point scoring rounds)
    Round 6 – Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally –  26 October
  • Groundbreaking media package
  • Cost effective registrations fees
  • All FIA Homologated vehicles accepted into the series, including right-hand-drives derivates (with approved conversion.)
  • Rally2 (BRC1) to Rally5 (BRC5) eligible for British Title
  • Junior British Rally Championship is open to all Rally4 (BRC4) / Rally5 (BRC5) category vehicles with no control tyre and free entries to all rounds of the 2025 Junior BRC, worth over £5,500 for the Junior BRC champion. Open to anyone under 27-years-old on 1stJanuary 2024.
  • All-new Motorsport UK Open Title houses non-homologated Rally2 and WRC machinery.  All crews will compete in the same events as their BRC counterparts.
  • Motorsport UK National Title continues, offering smaller capacity and older specification vehicles a chance to compete on longer events with recce alongside their BRC counterparts.

Register now for the 2024 British Rally Championship HERE

Regulations are now available for the 2024 Probite British Rally Championship HERE

To announce your plans or discuss the season further, contact the team at

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