Tom Llewellin has been crowned Junior champion in the Pirelli Motorsport UK Welsh Forest Rally Championship, after clinching the title after another dominant performance on the Nicky Grist Stages. The talented Pembrokeshire teenager has won the Junior section on all six rallies held so far this year, setting an impressive pace in his Historic-spec Brace’s Bakery-backed Ford Escort Mk2. Llewellin’s prize for winning the Junior title is a test in a PCRS Rallysport Hyundai i20 R5, courtesy of onthepacenote.co.uk.
Elfyn Evans will miss the next round of the FIA World Rally Championship, Rally Finland. The 30-year old Dolgellau driver has been ruled out on medical grounds, having suffered a heavy landing at last weekend’s Rally Estonia. Currently sitting fourth in the championship standings, Evans will now focus on making a full and swift recovery to continue what has been a strong performance from him and co-driver Scott Martin so far this season.
Neil Warnock may be the last of the old school managers, but Cardiff City’s players still want him taking the register when they turn up on the first day of term next season. It will be a campaign in the Championship, following their relegation from the Premier League, but a... Read More
Neil Warnock insisted he was proud of his relegated Cardiff City team, but was unable to confirm he would stay in charge at the club next season. The Bluebirds manager – who had hoped to take his side’s battle to avoid the drop to a final match at Manchester United –... Read More
Neil Warnock admits Wilfried Zaha has the talent to condemn Cardiff City to relegation this afternoon, which would be a poor reward for the manager who helped revive the striker’s career. Warnock may end up on the receiving end if a Zaha-inspired Crystal Palace win at the Bluebirds, who host... Read More
Neil Warnock has admitted Cardiff City will have to cash in on big money offers for their players should relegation be confirmed on Saturday. Anything less than a victory at home to Crystal Palace – or a shock victory by Brighton at Arsenal on Sunday – would condemn Cardiff to... Read More
Fulham 1, Cardiff City 0 Cardiff City live to fight another day. Their Premier Division plight near the foot of the table leaves them in a precarious position, but there is still hope. The Bluebirds now need to beat both Crystal Palace at home and Manchester United at Old Trafford to have... Read More
Cardiff City 5, Burnley 1 The young Bluebirds are back on top in the Professional Under-18 Development League. They moved above Ipswich Town thanks to a 5-1 home win against Burnley, while the boys from Suffolk crashed 4-0 against Sheffield United. Cardiff City have completed their regular season fixtures and are two points... Read More