Samuel Priest (above) is one of several drivers returning to Fiestas this season – Photo: Rachel Bourne

Following the BRSCC’s recent decision to take over the administration of the Quaife Fiesta Championship, positive discussions took place with the major teams yesterday to outline a strategy for the future development of the Championship. This comes after the news that Quaife Engineering would provide major technical support to the Championship by providing a free differential to all fully registered competitors, providing an extra incentive to any drivers wishing to compete.

Newly appointed Championship co-ordinator Al Daly, who has a long association as a respected competitor, is buoyant about the future of the Championship, “All the key stakeholders are very keen to play their part to help the grid numbers flourish once again. I have every faith that working together with the BRSCC we can bring the Fiesta Championship back to its former glory and encourage new, existing and even previous competitors to join us for 2016 and beyond.”

Registrations are now being taken by the Club for this year’s Championship, for which the registration and entry forms plus the 2016 regulations are all available via the Quaife Fiesta Championship profile page. If you have any questions or queries regarding this or any other information about this year’s Championship, then you can get in touch by contacting Al Daly via or 07775 671567.

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