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Daily Archives: April 4th, 2011

Following on from a credible fifth overall and first in class on the Malcolm Wilson Rally in March, Dave Howells from Manchester and Jules Wilkinson from Tunbridge Wells scored a terrific finish on this weekend’s Bulldog National rally to take second overall in their newly liveried ‘Cow Car’, just missing out on first overall by 2.6 seconds. Read More »

Ana, Sanja, Bojana, Milana, Sandra, Gordana or who else will succeed amongst the 15 candidates to the title of Miss Rally of the 2011 Croatia Rally?

It’s difficult to make predictions. Almost like saying who will be the winner of the Croatia Rally, second and decisive round of the FIA 2011 European Rally Championship, which will take place from May 19th to 21st based in Rijeka. Read More »

The spectacular rivalry between the Ford Escorts of Nick Elliott/Chris Brooks and Julian Reynolds/Ian Oakey was once again the highlight as the Dunlop/WONAGO MSA British Historic Rally Championship returned to Wales for round two, the Bulldog Historic Rally (Saturday 2 April). Read More »

It was not the outcome the JRM Rally Team and driver Tom Cave had been hoping for on this weekend’s Bulldog Rally of North Wales, the second round of the 2011 Dulux Trade MSA British Rally Championship, when an off-road excursion at the end of the first stage forced the 19-year old from Aberdovey and his co-driver Craig Parry from Llanymynech into early retirement. Read More »

The first Historic Rally Carnival held in Barbados last year has generated immense international exposure for the motorsport-mad island and event organisers are already preparing for larger national and international entries this year.

The organisers’ 2010 change – from modern to historic rallying format – for the ten-year-old event brings affordable motor sport into the well-established, two-week Rally Carnival cocktail of fun under the Caribbean sun. Read More »