Clitheroe junior rally ace Tommi Meadows is gearing up for round four of the Kick Energy Junior 1000 Rally Championship this weekend.
The 14-year-old Bowland High School pupil and his regular navigator Ian Oakey will be making the 250-mile journey down to Penycwm in South West Wales for the Brawdy Stages on Sunday.
The crew will be faced with a total of 65 stage miles.
“This will be the longest rally of the year, and this venue is known to be hard on tyres,’ said Meadows, “Ian and I are hoping to get a good result after our misfortune on the previous rally, where we were running in third overall before clutch problems slowed our pace.”
Tommi will be looking to make the most of newly-acquired support from local accident repair business James Alpe Limited. “I am really grateful of the support from James Alpe, I think it will really help me become more competitive.”
Tommi would also like to thank Chorley Group, Proflex Shock Absorbers and Fuchs Lubricants and A-Frame Engineering.