2003 British Rally Championship

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2003 British Rally Championship
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The 2003 British Rally Championship season was the 45th season of the British Rally Championship. The season consisted of seven rounds — the Rally of Wales, scheduled for 22–23 March, was cancelled — and began on 25 April, with the Pirelli International Rally in the north east of England. The season ended on 26 October, at the Tempest South of England Rally. The series was organised by the Royal Scottish Automobile Club.[1]

The title was won by Englishman Jonny Milner and Welsh co-driver Nicky Beech, driving a Toyota Corolla WRC.

Entry list[edit]

Constructor Car Driver Co-Driver Rds.
Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 147 S1600 United Kingdom Steve Hill United Kingdom Jim Kitson 1, 3
United Kingdom Joanne Lockwood 4-7
Citroën Citroën Saxo S1600 Finland Aki Teiskonen Finland Miika Teiskonen 6
Fiat Fiat Punto S1600 San Marino Mirco Baldacci Italy Giovanni Bernacchini 1
Italy Simone Scattolin 2
United Kingdom Leon Pesticcio United Kingdom Timothy Sturla 1-5, 7
Ford Ford Escort WRC United Kingdom Chris Mellors United Kingdom Craig Thorley 6
Ford Focus RS WRC '01 Finland Jari-Matti Latvala United Kingdom Carl Williamson 1-3
Finland Miikka Anttila 4-7
Ford Puma S1600 United Kingdom Ryan Champion United Kingdom Cliff Simmons 1-6
United Kingdom Barry Clark United Kingdom Neil Shanks 1-6
Norway Martin Stenshorne United Kingdom Clive Jenkins 1
Hyundai Hyundai Accent WRC United Kingdom Steve Petch United Kingdom John Richardson 1, 6
MG MG ZR S1600 United Kingdom Gwyndaf Evans United Kingdom Howard Davies 1
United Kingdom Claire Mole 2, 4-6
MG ZR 160 3
Mitsubishi Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI United Kingdom Barry Groundwater United Kingdom Jude Wylie 6
United Kingdom Mark I'Anson United Kingdom Graeme Walker 1, 3
United Kingdom Toby I'Anson 7
United Kingdom James Thompson United Kingdom Richard Pulleyn 1
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6.5 2-4
Mistubishi Lancer Evo VIII Republic of Ireland Roy White Republic of Ireland Greg Shinnors 3-7
Nissan Nissan Almera GTi Norway Markus Foss United Kingdom Glenn Patterson 1-6
Nissan Micra United Kingdom Shelley Taunt United Kingdom Bob Stokoe 1-2, 4, 6-7
United Kingdom Andrew Garrett 3
Opel Opel Corsa S1000 United Kingdom Kris Meeke United Kingdom Chris Patterson 1-3, 6
United Kingdom David Senior 5
Peugeot Peugeot 205 GTI United Kingdom Ellya Gold United Kingdom Kevin Plunkett 2
Peugeot 206 GT 1
United Kingdom Phil Mills 4
United Kingdom Simon Mills 7
Peugeot 206 GTI United Kingdom Kevin Plunkett 3
Peugeot 206 S1600 United Kingdom Garry Jennings United Kingdom Gordon Noble All
Peugeot 206 XS Republic of Ireland Shaun Gallagher United Kingdom Richard Pashley 5-6
United Kingdom Jack Ingleby United Kingdom Grania Ingleby 5-6
Republic of Ireland Dessie Keenan Republic of Ireland Enda Sherry 5
Republic of Ireland Gareth MacHale Republic of Ireland Elva Roe 5
United Kingdom Clive Jenkins 6-7
Greece Yorgo Philippedes United Kingdom Marshall Clarke 5
United Kingdom Bryan Hull 6
Spain Joan Roca Spain Jordi Barrabés 5-6
Spain Daniel Guirro 7
Proton Proton Satria S1600 Sweden Mats Andersson United Kingdom Claire Mole 1
United Kingdom Stuart Jones United Kingdom Richard Edwards 7
Renault Renault Clio S1600 United Kingdom Mark Higgins United Kingdom Bryan Thomas 1
SEAT SEAT Ibiza GTi 16V United Kingdom Kate Heath United Kingdom Paul Heath All
Subaru Subaru Impreza S4 WRC '98 United Kingdom Eugene Donnelly Republic of Ireland Paul Kiely 3
Subaru Impreza S5 WRC '99 Finland Tapio Laukkanen Finland Miikka Anttila 1-3
Finland Ilkka Riipinen 4-6
Subaru Impreza S6 WRC '00 United Kingdom Peadar Hurson United Kingdom Ian Porter 3, 5
Subaru Impreza S7 WRC '01 Republic of Ireland Austin MacHale Republic of Ireland Brian Murphy All
United Kingdom Andrew Nesbitt Republic of Ireland James O'Brien 3, 5
Republic of Ireland Eamonn Boland Republic of Ireland Damien Morrissey 3, 5
Subaru Impreza S8 WRC '02 United Kingdom Francis Regan 4
United Kingdom Derek McGarrity Republic of Ireland Dermot O'Gorman 3-5
Subaru Impreza STi Sweden Jennie-Lee Hermansson United Kingdom Howard Davies 6
Subaru Impreza 555 United Kingdom Ryan Champion United Kingdom Cliff Simmons 7
Toyota Toyota Corolla WRC United Kingdom Jonny Milner United Kingdom Nicky Beech 1-6

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