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GP Week : Issue 38
>>WRCnews British Bulldogs Nightmare Pro and Prodrive: Marcus Gronholm, the closest driver to Sebastien Loeb on outright rally wins, will tackle his old rival at Portugal in this Impreza. THE 2009 British Rally Championship opens this Saturday with the Bulldog International Rally in North Wales – the 49th running of the classic event. This year’s BRC calendar has one major change; the end-of-season Wales Rally GB no longer counts for the series and the Bulldog Rally is its replacement, with the series now finishing with the Yorkshire Rally in September. With the retirement of the Mitsubishi UK team from national level rallying, the favourite team is the TEG Subaru run cars for Mark Higgins and Adam Gould, pictured, the 2008 national Star Driver winner. There are one make series for drivers of Citroen C2 R2 cars, with financial incentives for users of the latest R2 Max cars. In addition to the international championship entries come Challenger entries, a successor to the Silverstone Stars of the Future programme in previous years, aimed at introducing club drivers to national championship life. 19