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Daily Archives: June 17th, 2010

“Action behind the wheel, luxury each night” is the motto of the “Classic”. Since its creation in 1993, we have spared no effort and our continued success suggests that we have got it right. The 2011 event will,we hope, live up to its predecessors.

It is true that few organisers have our unique advantages. Starting with the magic of Morocco, an ideal playground for lovers of old and modern sports and thoroughbred cars – those who enjoy on-road driving – thanks to the extraordinary variety of landscape and sites. Read More »

The most successful British Rally Championship competitor of all time contests next month’s Barbados Historic Rally Carnival in a 1972 Porsche 911, rally-prepared by renowned Porsche specialists Tuthill.

Jimmy McRae’s five British Championship victories (from 1981 to 1988) and two Irish Tarmac Championships (in 1980 and 1981), plus a thoroughly astounding seven Circuit of Ireland wins) are unrivalled and, co-driven by rallying expert Campbell Roy, the 911 for Barbados carries formidable talent, experience and success to the Caribbean. “I’ve been wanting to compete in Barbados for many years now, but car preparation delays always held us back,” explained Jim. Read More »

Kenyan Pirelli Star Driver recipient Peter Horsey will switch co-drivers for the rest of his World Rally Championship campaign, replacing Ugandan born Moses Matovu with Welshman Calvin Cooledge from the next event, the high speed Neste Oil Rally Finland.

Horsey and Matovu had contested the opening two events of their six round program but with Moses finding it difficult to commit to the time away and with Peter requiring someone with more experience of the forthcoming rallies, a mutual decision was made. Read More »