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27/05/2015 by admin


Jason Pritchard will be aiming to impress in the 2015 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship this weekend as round four of the event comes to his hometown of Builth Wells.

Pritchard experienced some bad fortune during the third round of the Championship in Carlisle and was unable to finish, however he is hoping that his recent victory in the Isle of Man will be something to build on:

“It didn´t got to plan in the previous round but I need to forget that performance and concentrate on getting back on track during the Severn Valley Stages. The Isle of Man was a fantastic result and feeling, I want to get that feeling back in the Historic Rally Championship this weekend.

The Severn Valley Stages takes place on Saturday 30th May and the service area this year is on the Royal Welsh showground, directly across the road from the Pritchard family run Toyota dealership and the 26-year-old’s place of work:

“It doesn’t always count on your side being so close to home, last year when leaving Builth, the bonnet pin on the car broke! It wasn’t the ideal start and I managed to secure the bonnet with the tools I carry in my car.“Unfortunately my handy work came loose during the second stage of the rally so I had to slow down and back off the pace to make sure the bonnet didn’t come up and smash the window. Our luck didn’t change and during the third stageand we had a fuel issue with the car, so I’m hoping we can have a bit more luck with the car this time round!”

Pritchard can’t wait to get going this weekend, on what he calls, “the best gravel roads in the world”:

“I love competing on these stages, they are in my opinion, the best gravel roads in the world. They have a hard base which don’t cut up so everyone in the field has a good road to drive on and in some places, it’s even smoother than Tarmac.“If we can avoid any of the niggling issues we encountered last year, I’m confident of being able to put in a good performance. After service in Builth last year and taking on the repeat of the morning stages we set a couple of the fastest times that day.“I’m certainly going to take confidence from those quick times of 2014 into this year and will be looking for a good points score for the championship.”

The 2015 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship continues with round five on the Harry Flatters stages on Saturday 26th July.


Jason is on Twitter and you can follow him at @JasonNRG

For more information or to arrange to speak directly with Jason, please contact:

Matthew Williams mpw.sportpr@gmail.com
07789 722 561 @MPWsportPR


Jason is looking for sponsorship from individuals and companies for this event and future events, there is opportunity to feature on the car, Jason’s suit and helmet, or to sponsor his website and to be included in press releases and help out in any team building or away days

You can speak to Jason directly on 07889 916 123