A rally driver and co-driver have been killed in a accident at a private motor sports event in Hampshire.
The two men were competing in the Loco 2 Stages rally at Bramley Camp near Basingstoke on Friday.
Police indicated that they are called to the rally at the army studying area shortly before 13:30 GMT.
The Motor Sports Association( MSA) said it was working with organisers Sutton and Cheam Motor Club and the police to establish what had happened.
The MSA told you so transmitted its “sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased crew”.
A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman pronounced: “As this is a private occasion, on private property, officers are assisting the happening organisers as their investigations into the circumstances of the collision get under way.
“We can confirm that the two beings in the car croaked as a result of the collision.
“Their next of kin have been informed and are endorsed by specialist officers.”
According to the rally organiser’s website, the occasion featured eight stages on single-track superhighways within the closed infantry clique , northward of Basingstoke.
The preliminary entry listing published on 19 December proved 33 emulating pairs of drivers and co-drivers from across the south of England.