Rallycourse Annual becomes ..

The Official Yearbook of the World Rally Championship.

Crash Media Group Limited (CMG) the publishers of the respected rally annual, Rallycourse are delighted to announce that the title is to become the official yearbook of the World Rally Championship beginning with the 2008 season.

The agreement signed today in Cardiff on the eve of Wales Rally GB with International Sportsworld Communicators (ISC) is a multiple year deal that will see the publication reflect the WRC brand and values, the title will continue to be edited by David Evans and published by Crash Media Group (CMG) based at Silverstone, Northants. The title will remain largely unchanged but will concentrate solely on the World Rally Championship with the usual mix of spectacular photography, reports, results and statistics, features, technical specifications and of course the much anticipated editors top ten.

Simon Long, CEO International Sportsworld Communicator comments "We are delighted to welcome the Rallycourse title to the WRC licensee portfolio and look forward to a successful partnership. For almost three decades Rallycourse has provided rally fans with an authoritative reflection of the World Rally Championship and we look forward to working with CMG to bring the story of rally to an ever wider audience."

Bryn Williams, Managing Director of CMG commented, "This is a proud moment for us all at CMG, Rallycourse is a well respected brand loved throughout rallying and has a heritage spanning 27years. The title has been guided through the years by some of the sport s most respected journalists, especially the much missed David Williams.  Thanks should also go to Simon Sanderson, our Commercial Director who has been instrumental in putting this deal together with ISC, he has worked tirelessly and should take much of the credit for making it happen.

We all look forward to working with ISC in making Rallycourse the successful title it deserves to be, with ISC support we look forward to reaching a wider audience of rally fans around the world."