Dukeries Motor Club are very pleased to confirm that the headline sponsor for the 2020 Donington Rally on Sunday 15th March will be LDV and that the event will be known as the LDV Donington Rally.  LDV is the name for high-quality vehicles that provide a range of options to suit every delivery need. This includes a newly launched series of highly acclaimed light commercial electric vehicles. With LDV you can future proof your fleet whilst relegating congestion charges, road fund licence and carbon emissions to the past.

More information about LDV in the UK and Ireland can be found at myldv.co.uk

SAIC, the name behind LDV, is the largest automotive company in China which produces almost seven million vehicles a year for both domestic and international markets. SAIC have invested more than €2bn in LDV, with a strong focus on the introduction of new products, including a suite of EVs that are already setting the standard for the future of eco-fuelled commercial motoring.

David Baugh, Chairman of Dukeries Motor Club, said “We are very pleased to welcome LDV as our headline sponsor for the Donington Rally and hope that their involvement in the 2020 event will be the start of a very successful and mutually beneficial partnership.

Bill Laidlaw, LDV UK Sales Manager, said “we are really looking forward to being involved with Dukeries Motor Club and Donington Park. The event provides us with an excellent showcase for our products and gives us a great opportunity to host our customers and staff. We would like to extend a warm welcome to all the competitors on the LDV Donington Rally and wish them the best of luck on 15th March.

The LDV Donington Rally is the final round of the prestigious Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship in association with MSVR, and the opening round of the 2020 Wemix Concrete Ltd EMAMC Stage Rally Championship. The event is also a round of the Alpha Concrete / Phoenix Awards ANEMMC Stage Rally Championship, the Fuchs Lubricants Classic Mini Challenge and the popular Dukeries Motor Club Rally Championship.  The event at the spectacular Donington Park circuit will feature 57 miles (95km) of asphalt stages including some new sections for 2020. The LDV Donington Rally has attracted a capacity entry of 80 cars from all around the UK and is sure to provide a very competitive finale to the MSN Circuit Rally Championship.