The Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship, in association with MSVR featuring the Michelin Cup are proud to announce that the final round of the championship will feature live coverage for the very first time. Together with Border Motor Club and Special Stage TV, live coverage of the TJS Self Drive Alan Healy Memorial Cadwell Park Stages will be provided for the very first time via our social media channels and website, ensuring that you can watch the climax of the championships second season from wherever in the World you are.   Accessible on tablets and smartphones, the live streaming promises to enhance the event for viewers both at the event and at home. Enabling you to see areas of the circuit that are inaccessible it will get you closer to the action, and ensure you keep up to date with the twists and turns the final round is set to deliver. Wayne Goldring, Special Stage Owner enthused: “We are very excited to complement the existing TV coverage with Live Streaming from the final round, especially with the championship going down to the wire. Live Streaming is something new for Special Stage, but plans are already underway to make this a regular addition to our event coverage in the future. With the battle for the Drivers and Co-drivers Championship and the much coveted Michelin Cup going down the wire, the TJS Alan Healy Memorial Cadwell Park Stages promises to showcase all the excitement of the championship in the eighth and final round. Championship Coordinator Darren Spann commented: “We are delighted to be in a position to put on this broadcast. We are sure it will be well received and will add a little extra to the final round of what’s been a great championship”. In a first for the TJS Self Drive Alan Healy Memorial Cadwell Park Stages, the announcement comes in the golden anniversary year of Border Motor Club, a club with a proud rallying history. With the event featuring 9 challenging stages over 44 miles, and featuring cars including the famous Ford Escort MKII and the famous WRC cars of today the event promises to be a great climax to the 2017 MSN Circuit Rally Championship. Blair Bushby Event Organiser said: “The TJS Self Drive Alan Healy Memorial Cadwell Park Stages is very much looking forward to hosting the final round of the MSN Circuit Rally Championship. The event offers 9 challenging stages over 44 miles, and with enhanced television coverage and a first for 2017 – Live Streaming; the event is not to be missed. Live coverage of the event will be provided via the championships, Border Motor Club and Special Stages social media channels. Full details will be provided in due course. Don’t forget that tickets for the event are still available.  Details at



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