The Event

The Organising Team

The organising team for the Hutton Kitchens Brands Hatch Summer Stages have a wealth of experience across a number of different motorsport disciplines, including of course stage rallying. Whilst they all have organisational and marshalling experience, many are active competitors as well.

Many of the names and faces will be familiar from the previous winter stage rallies at Brands Hatch, the TRS (Essex) Ltd Brands Hatch Stage Rally and the MGJ Engineering Brands Hatch Winter Stages and the summer stage rally, the Hutton Kitchens Brands Hatch Summer Stages.

The Sponsor

The summer event is sponsored by Hutton Kitchens of Billericay, Essex. Ed Scott, owner of Hutton Kitchens, has previously competed on the Brands Hatch Stage Rallies and has been a supporter and sponsor of Chelmsford MC events for a number of years. We are grateful to him and Hutton Kitchens for their support. More information on Hutton Kitchens  is available here.

Event Coverage

Keep up to date with all the pre-event action and live online commentary on the day by "liking" the Facebook page or following the event on Twitter. Remember when tweeting to use the hashtag #HKBHSS


RallyFM will be broadcasting live on the day of the event. To listen to Rally FM on your PC or laptop, go to the RallyFM show page on Spreaker Radio. To hear the live stream refresh your browser.

On a smart phone or tablet download the "Spreaker Radio" app and search for "RallyFM."

If you follow RallyFM on Twitter you will receive a Tweet each time Rally FM goes live with a link to the show.

The Event

The event is expected to cover sixty competitive miles over eight stages, with the venue use being maximised including linking the stage from the outer paddock to pit lane for the first time. 

The Commentator

Once again Andrew Coley will be keeping everybody up to date with the latest action at the Brands Hatch Winter Stages. Andrew is familiar to many as one of the voices of the IRC on Eurosport, the World RallycrossRX championship and also as a commentator for the WRC on World Rally Radio and British Superbikes on Radio Five Live.