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William Creighton and Motorsport Ireland participating in the BRC.

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Already committed to WRC2 aboard a Fiesta Rally2 thanks to his JWRC title last year, Irishman Creighton will also compete in the BRC

William Creighton will drive the Ford Fiesta Rally2 in the British Rally Championship. The Irish driver will be supported by Motorsport Ireland Academy Rally. The program includes participation in all scheduled rounds, starting from the Legend Fires North West Stages scheduled for March 23rd.

“I’m really excited to return to the British Rally Championship this year; it promises to be a truly competitive season and the perfect place to gain solid experience with the Fiesta in a competitive environment. This championship holds a very special place for me; winning the Junior title in 2021 was the highlight of many years of hard work and certainly laid the foundation for competitiveness in the Junior WRC the following year. So, to come back, but this time in a highly competitive Rally2 car, is fantastic and a real bonus for us, especially considering the increased media coverage the championship will receive. The BRC provides us with an excellent opportunity to complement our WRC2 season, as that’s clearly our goal this year. It’s thanks to the Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy that we can return to this championship, and it will be great to represent them as well as M-Sport in the UK and see how our hard work in the BRC translates into the WRC”

The 26-year-old Irish driver is currently competing in WRC2 this season (the next race is likely to be in Croatia). In his career, he triumphed in J-WRC in 2023 and in 2021, he won the Junior title in the BRC, which opened the doors to the WRC program for him.