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CHALLENGE SCHEDULE

- 18th April : Somerset Stages, Minehead
- 2nd May: Welsh Hill Rally, Sweetlamb
- 18th & 19th July: Walters Hill Rally, Walters Arena
- 26th September: Trackrod Rally, Yorkshire
- 7th November: Tempest Rally, Aldershot
- 22nd & 23rd November: Borders Hill Rally, Dumfries

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It was fantastic, back to grass-roots racing.

Edd Cobley 2014 Defender Challenge Winner

BOWLER DEFENDER CHALLENGE CAR SPECIFICATION

2015 CHALLENGE

DEFENDER CHALLENGE PREPARES FOR ROUND FIVE AT TEMPEST RALLY, ALDERSHOT, THIS WEEKEND

Round five of the Defender Challenge by Bowler takes place in Aldershot, Hampshire on Saturday at the Tempest Stage Rally, a brand new fixture for the 2015 Defender Challenge programme.

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ENDURING CONDITIONS AND COMPLEX COURSE SEE DEFENDER CHALLENGE LIVE UP TO ITS NAME

In unseasonable and unexpected snow storms, the second round of the 2015 Defender Challenge by Bowler took place at the Sweet Lamb complex in North Wales at the weekend.

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ENCOURAGING START TO 2015 DEFENDER CHALLENGE WITH EDD COBLEY LEADING THE PACK

Round one of the 2015 season of the Defender Challenge by Bowler sped into action this weekend at the BTRDA Somerset Stages rally.

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COVERAGE

LAND ROVER AND BOWLER SIGN FORMAL BRAND PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT

Source: Land Rover News

LAND ROVER ANNOUNCES SPONSORSHIP OF 'DEFENDER CHALLENGE BY BOWLER' ONE-MAKE RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP

Source: Land Rover News

LAND ROVER'S DEFENDER CHALLENGE APPEALS TO ARMCHAIR ADVENTURERS

Source: Autocar

FIRST DRIVE: RACING LAND ROVER DEFENDER

Source: TopGear

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The figures provided are WLTP. WLTP is the new official EU test used to calculate standardised fuel consumption and CO2 figures for passenger cars. It measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile.

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