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Daily Archives: April 2nd, 2011

Following on from his podium finish on the opening round, TEG Sport team driver Elfyn Evans took his maiden win in the Dulux Trade MSA British Rally Championship with a brilliant victory on today’s Bulldog International Rally of North Wales. Read More »

In only his second event in a four-wheel drive car, Welshman Elfyn Evans took his maiden win on the Dulux Trade MSA British Rally Championship with a scintillating victory on today’s Bulldog International Rally of North Wales.

The 22 year old from Dolgellau along with fellow Welsh co driver Andrew Edwards brought his Pirelli-sponsored Subaru Impreza home 17.7 seconds ahead of Scots pairing David Bogie and Kevin Rae’s Mitsubishi Lancer with Adam Gould and Sebastian Marshall surviving a late scare with a broken oil cooler to clinch third in their Subaru. Read More »

Another year and another Bulldog rally and this time we did get to see the BRC crews but not until we had caught the BHRC crews twice. In the headline event Elfyn Evans took his first major victory, co-driven by Andrew Edwards in his Impreza N15. In the Historic’s Nick Elliott & Chris Brooks (Escort MkII) built up a comfortable lead and kept Julian Reynolds in check through the last few stages. Matt Edwards & Sam Collis (MG ZR) were easy winners in the BRC Challenge with last but by no means least Shaun Gardener & Ben Innes (Evo 5.9) won the National rally by just 2.6 seconds. Read More »

Kick Energy rally driver Steve Perez was in action in his first British event of the year and promptly recorded his best finish in the Lancia Stratos when he took a superb fourth place on today’s Bulldog Historic Rally.

In the BTR-prepared 1974 specification Italian machine whereby he was contesting a round of the Dunlop/WONAGO MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Clay Cross driver along with Welsh co driver Paul Spooner reported no problems at all with the car as they were welcomed back to the Welshpool finish in the spring sunshine. Read More »