evo joins the British Rally Championship as Official Media Partner

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Britain’s premier rally championship

evo is proud to announce that we’re teaming up with the British Rally Championship as their Official Media Partner. Our UK-based print and digital platforms will bring the UK's premier rally series to you with some very special exclusive benefits.

As Official Media Partner, we’ll be able to share all the video content from the seven-round British Rally Championship season online and across our social media channels.

The new partnership will also see evo joining the Motorsport UK Member Benefits Programme, giving all Motorsport UK members exclusive offers on subscriptions to our print and digital platforms. Our subscribers will also gain access to exclusive events run at Motorsport UK’s facility at Bicester Heritage.

Stuart Gallagher, evo Editor said: “It’s an honour for evo to partner with such an iconic motorsport series as the British Rally Championship.

“The level of competition within the championship is of the highest calibre, taking place on iconic events that have shaped British rallying for generations. To have the opportunity to bring the excitement, thrills, and entertainment of the BRC to evo’s community is a unique one, allowing us to showcase the talent of the competitors and their teams to our passionate global audience.”

“We are delighted to welcome evo as the Official Media Partner of the British Rally Championship,” said Reece Tarren, Championship Manager.

“I think anyone, and everyone interested in cars and performance motoring has taken an interest in the evo product, be that online or in print and the BRC is extremely excited indeed to strike up a new partnership with them in 2022. This will mean the British Rally Championship video output will reach a new but truly relevant audience, putting the series and our drivers firmly in the spotlight. Plus, it means that all our Motorsport UK members can take advantage of a great subscription offer which is super news for fans and licence holders alike.”

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