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PRESS RELEASE: September 2019


Following discussions and meetings with the Brean Leisure Park Management over the past months and recent weeks concerning the future of the Brean Stages Rally, the following outcome is announced.

Brean Leisure Park, in their plans going forward, have concluded that the provision of facilities within the park are no longer suitable for the running of the stage rally and therefore regret that it will no longer be able to host this event.

Brean Leisure Park in conjunction with Club Rallysport West wish to express their sincere gratitude to the, organising teams, supporting clubs, officials, marshals, competitors, sponsors and advertisers for their tireless support over the past 22 year history of the ‘Rally in the Park’.

Thank you.

Statement ends.



PRESS RELEASE: January 2019



Following extensive meetings between Club Rallysport West and the Brean Leisure Park Management a joint decision has been made not to run the Brean Stages Rally in 2019.

This decision has been made in order to support and retain the goodwill and friendship of the park management and staff, which we have enjoyed over the past years. The rally organisers together with the management of Brean Leisure Park hope to return in 2020 on it’s traditional end of January date.



PRESS RELEASE: 28th January 2018

Brean Stages Rally

27th & 28th January 2018

Congratulations to this years winners

Aaron Newby / Andrew Leech - Subaru Impreza

The 22nd Brean Stages Rally saw 79 drivers hurtle around the Brean Leisure Park track, Somerset, with 12 stages providing 52 miles of competitive rallying.

Lancashire team Aaron Newby, with co-driver Andrew Leech, who were seeded first in their award-winning TEG Motorsport Subaru Impreza, won the race overall for the second year in a row, finishing with a time of one hour, three minutes and 15 seconds.

Jim Munden and Nick Eccles, also driving a Subaru Impreza, came second.

Five-time Brean winners, husband and wife team Steve and Yvonne Furzeland, finished fourth in class.



PRESS RELEASE: 21st/22nd January 2017

High-speed thrills and spills watched by crowds at Brean Rally

100s of spectators and dozens of competitors flocked to Brean over the weekend 21/22 January to see the K&R Mistubishi Stages Rally in full flow.

There were 85 cars and 170 drivers in action over the two days of the event, which took place for the fifteenth time at Brean Leisure Park.

Motor enthusiasts from around the country saw racer Peter Lloyd win the race for the third year in a row, his fifth title there in total.

Organiser Rod McKenna said: “It was probably the best rally in terms of strength of competitors that we’ve had.

“It was a very closely contested race that we know all the drivers had fun taking part in, and hope all the spectators had just as much fun watching.”

The rally, held entirely within the grounds of Brean Leisure Park, is organised and promoted by locally-based Club Rallysport West.

Bleadon Hill resident Andrew Hicks, aged, 24, who was racing for PIAA and Permashine, said: “This is the third time we’ve taken part in the rally. We wanted to do a bit better this year as we haven’t done as well as we wanted in previous years.

“We finished sixth in class, and 32nd overall, so we did OK but we still wanted to do better, especially as local representatives.

“The car’s got a good few scrapes along the way, we’ve bashed into a few rocks and barrels on the way round the course.

“It’s good representing the area, especially as it means you’ll have a few family and friends there to cheer you on.”

Of the other local drivers, Stuart Bliss and Richard Marsh finished 18th, with brothers Lee and Simon Bretherton coming 31st overall, while Tom Baigent and Tom Bretherton, and Darren Evans and Matt Carrow were forced to retire.


PRESS RELEASE: 24 January 2016

High-speed thrills and spills watched by crowds at Brean Rally

Crowds of spectators flocked to Brean this weekend to watch over 90 drivers from across the UK take part in the 20th annual Brean Rally.

The 2016 rally started on Saturday and continues on Sunday 24th January at Brean Leisure Park from 10am.

The crowds got to watch fast-paced bumper-to-bumper action on Saturday and previous winners Steve and Yvonne Furzeland in their Subura Impreza world rally car led the overall rally by 29 seconds at the end of the first day's racing.

"This is the twentieth consecutive year for the rally at Brean and it promises to be as exciting and as big as ever with some of the top rally crews from around the UK taking part," organiser Rod McKenna told

"The rally, promoted by locally based Club Rallysport West, is the opening round of 3 major regional rally championships, the Association of South Western Motor Clubs, Association West Midlands Motor Clubs Heart of England and the Cotswold Motor Sport Group."

"The rally has recently been awarded the title of the South West's 'Best Sealed Surface Rally for 2015', an accolade which is made all the more gratifying as it is an award voted on by the competitors. This is the second time we have won this award, the last occasion being 2011."

Held entirely within the confines of the Brean Leisure Park in Somerset, the event has attracted a capacity entry of around 90 teams.

The crews tackled the 12 special stages over two days around the roads of the Brean Leisure Park.

The rally has attracted a wide range of rally cars from World Rally Cars to the ever popular Ford Escorts, Vauxhall's and Peugeots.

The organisers are ensuring that spectators are well looked after with three spectator areas giving excellent viewing of the rally stages. This together with a covered seated grandstand and the parks inside and outside catering facilities, provides a weekend extravaganza of motorsport.


You can keep up to date with all the rally news as it becomes available by visiting the website