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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Rally Bulgaria, scheduled from July 8th to 10th, will be the next international event for Luca Rossetti, the two-time European champion and current championship leader, will take part in the 5th event valid for the European series, with the Abarth Grande Punto S2000, codriven by Matteo Chiarcossi. An event ready to convoy the attention of many fans towards the city of Borovetz, one of the most famous resorts in the Balkans, a region of undeniable beauty thanks to its mountains, a characteristic that places the Bulgarian location amongst the most attractive European tourist attractions. Read More »

With just over five months to go before the 2011 Roger Albert Clark Rally, (2-5 December, the event regulations have been published and entries are now open for the eighth running of this must-do event in the historic rallying calendar. Read More »

Last weekend saw the Mid Summer Stages rally at Caerwent in Wales which was a qualifying round of the WAMC Tarmac Championship and also the Junior1000 Championship.

Carnforth based Arron Newby and regular Wiseman Dairies BRC co driver Jules Wilkinson were seeded midway through the Junior entry list and were looking to improve on their seeding by the end of the weekend. Read More »

The YouTube edit of the fourth round of the Dunlop/ MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Severn Valley Historic Rally, is now on-line at: Read More »

Tomcat Africa will expand to a two car team as the 2011 Kenya Cross Country Championship heads to Nanyuki for Round Three this weekend, with Sue Belcher making her driving debut in one of the two cars whilst husband Eddie will debut the new TVR powered Tomcat Lynx. Read More »

John MacCrone’s return to his rallying roots and Tom and Sue Hynd’s early return from holiday in the S of France were both rewarded with success on the 2011 RSAC Scottish Rally in the forests around Dumfries on Saturday 25th June.

John MacCrone 21, and from Mull, got a late “call-up” to drive the Brick & Steel supported Honda Civic Type R on the third round of the 2011 Brick & Steel Civic Ecosse Challenge. So with a couple of months break until the next British Rally Championship event in his Team Scotland Fiesta R2, John did not need much persuading. Read More »

Jock Armstrong celebrated a dramatic victory on Saturday’s RSAC Scottish Rally, after David Bogie was hit by a puncture just a few miles from the finish.

It was the Castle Douglas driver’s first win on the “Scottish” – and his first victory in the MSA Scottish Rally Championship since the Snowman in 2010. Read More »

Kick Energy rally driver Steve Perez saw his hopes of success on the Ypres Historic Rally disappear with a high speed crash which ended his event on SS7.

Along with Ulster co driver Stephen McAuley, the Chesterfield driver made a steady start in the Lancia Stratos and held 22nd after the opening few stages on Friday but soon made progress on Saturday morning. Read More »

There’ll be no summer holidays for Scottish rally star John MacCrone this year. Rather than packing his bucket and spade and joining the rest of the British Rally Championship on a summer break, the Isle of Mull driver is going to go back to his roots in a bid to keep his skills sharp. Read More »

Peugeot has already won the Ypres Rally a total of five times and Guy and Phil will be aiming to make it six. Read More »