Australian mother-daughter rally duo, Molly and Coral Taylor, will tackle round 5 of the British Rally Championship this weekend when they contest the International Rally Northern Ireland, known as the Ulster Rally. The rally will run over two days - on Friday and Saturday, August 20 and 21 - and will consist of 127 miles of competitive tarmac stages.

The rally kicks off with a ceremonial start in Antrim early on Friday afternoon before crews head out on to the stages. A total of 14 stages will be run in total before the rally wraps up around 5pm on Saturday.

After competing in the Stonethrowers Rally two weeks ago, Molly Taylor has added confidence in her tarmac driving and has found it very beneficial having her experienced mother alongside her in the car, helping to improve her pacenotes.

After four rounds of the Citroen Racing Trophy, Taylor junior sits in third place in the Championship and is still in a good position to move further up the leaderboard.

"I've got a lot more confidence on the tarmac and these roads now so I am really looking forward to getting back into the good rhythm we had on the Stonethrowers rally," Molly said. "I am happy with our notes and I'm now itching to get out there!"

Mum, Coral added, "Our preparation for the Ulster Rally has been really great. The roads are typical Irish roads with a bit of everything and some quite demanding sections. We have a shakedown for a couple of hours in the morning prior to the rally start lunchtime today (Friday)."

"There are eleven Citroen C2R2s in this event, so the competition is very strong."

Visit Molly's website during the event for news and results from the Ulster Rally.

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