MSN Rally Championship | Introducing the 2020 Cirrus Research Stages
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Introducing the 2020 Cirrus Research Stages

Bolton-Le-Moors Car Club is delighted to introduce the Cirrus Research Stages!

Replacing the NHMC Cadwell Park Stages, the event will be organised by Neil Howard Stages organisers, Bolton-Le-Moors Car Club and will feature backing from the Yorkshire-based Cirrus Research.

Taking place on November 22nd 2020, the Cadwell Park event will also feature as the second round of the 2020-21 MSN Circuit Rally Championship in association with MSVR, featuring the Michelin Cup and the Protyre Challenge season.

Clerk of the Course, Andy Long said: “What a whirlwind few days! I’m delighted to announce the brand-new Cirrus Research Stages. With backing from one of the best brands in motorsport, and able to use one of the UK’s most idyllic circuits, I, alongside the rest of Bolton-Le-Moors Car Club, are looking forward to a superb day’s rallying.

In a first foray into event sponsorship, the backing of Cirrus Research as title sponsor, reinforces their support of grassroots motorsport. Cirrus Research already support rally driver Ashleigh Morris, as well as a role as MSNCRC Technical Noise Partner.

Founded in 1970, Cirrus Research is a leading specialist in the development and production of noise measurement instruments; committed to helping people protect their hearing, especially around motorsport.

The November stage rally is already a firm part of the Cadwell Park calendar, with it featuring plenty of on and off-track action including a superb fireworks display on the Mountain.

The Cirrus Research Stages will contain up to 50 miles of non-stop rallying action from a range of the UK’s finest rallying machinery, taking in parts of the famous Lincolnshire circuit not commonly used.

Entries for the event will open at 7pm on Thursday 1st October 2020! As ever, MSNCRC competitors will get 24 hours priority and demand is expected to be high.

Spectator tickets are currently on sale and available from

Marshal requests will open online this week.

All the latest information surrounding the event can be found at

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