MSN Rally Championship | Fortis Law Joins As New Sponsor
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Fortis Law Joins As New Sponsor

The MSN Circuit Rally Championship (MSNCRC) in association with MSVR, featuring the Michelin Cup and the Protyre Challenge is delighted to announce the addition of Fortis Law as a Championship sponsor for the 2020-21 season. 

Ahead of the sixth season of Britain’s premier circuit rally championship, Richard Wells, who came second overall in last season’s championship alongside co-driver Calvin Houldsworth, will join the sponsors under the name of Fortis Law – the legal business he founded in 2012.

The sponsorship is the first of its kind for Fortis Law, although Wells has been driving in competitive rallies for many years, most recently competing with his Ford Fiesta R5.

“Fortis Law is a big supporter of grassroot sports, and we are delighted to contributing to the success of this exciting race series which enables drivers at all levels to partake in this championship”, said Wells. 

Owned by Championship competitor Richard Wells, Fortis Law has over 125 years combined experience in all aspects of estate planning and, are trusted company in estate planning including will writing and powers of attorney.

The deal aligns with Richard Well’s aim to support grassroots rallying and give something back to the support, while Fortis Law, will benefit from prominent exposure across the United Kingdom through the MSNCRC.

The Fortis Law logo will appear on all official MSN Rally Championship media including the all new vehicle decal packs.

Championship Co-ordinator Darren Spann commented; “I’m delighted to add Fortis Law to our championship.  This sponsorship helps massively, in keeping the championship costs as low as possible for our competitors and, at the same time ensuring our number one media position in the UK.  I’m really looking forward to starting the new season in November”.

In line with government guidelines and current Motorsport UK advice, the championship is looking forward to a November start-date with the Neil Howard Stages at Oulton Park. Further visits to Cadwell Park and Donington Park will follow prior to Christmas 2020, before resuming again in January 2021 with a visit to Brands Hatch. A second visit to Cadwell Park is then followed by trips to Snetterton and Anglesey before finishing in March at Donington Park

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