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Daily Archives: June 27th, 2010

Junior rally driver Garry Pearson endured disappointment on Saturday’s RSAC Scottish Rally – but is determined to bounce back when he returns to the stages in less than two weeks’ time. The teenager from Duns was forced to retire from the Dumfries-based rally when the fuel pump on his Peugeot 205 GTi failed less than a mile into the rally, however the non-finish has served only to further motivate Garry ahead of July’s Rally of Argyll. Read More »

Mombasa born Peter Horsey was left to rue a string of dramas which ultimately cost the young Civicon backed rally driver a potential podium on last weekends KCB Simba Savings Rally in Meru, 26 year old Horsey eventually returning to the finish fourth overall in his Mitsubishi Evo 9. Read More »

The RSAC Scottish Rally threw up a couple of surprises for the Brick and Steel Ecosse Challenge as two first-time winners emerged from the dusty forests at the end of a hard day’s rallying. Ross Hunter and Eildon Hall took first place in the Civic Ecosse Challenge on Saturday’s Dumfries-based rally, whereas Steven Smith and Russell Fair clinched top spot in the 205 Ecosse Challenge. Read More »

Reigning champion David Bogie threw down the gauntlet to his title challengers with a dominant performance on Saturday’s  RSAC Scottish Rally – his third victory of the Hankook MSA Scottish championship.

The Dumfries competitor was fastest through four of the six bone-dry stages in his re-engined Mitsubishi Evo 9 to finish with a total time of 44 minutes 20.8 seconds,  19.2 seconds ahead of last year’s winner Mike Faulkner in an Evo 6. Read More »