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Daily Archives: October 11th, 2011

Bangor on Dee rally driver Harry Morgan had a disappointing end to his 2011 season when for the second event running he retired due to clutch failure.

Morgan was contesting the Llandudno-based event for the second time and he had been aiming to finish his season in style after retiring on the previous BTRDA championship round in September. Read More »


Young co-driver, Will Rogers, is not one to sit at home when there’s an offer to compete on the table, so the chance to co-drive Gary McLeod in the Honda Civic on the National B part of Rally of Scotland was not an opportunity to be missed.

Cinderford based Rogers has only be co-driving for a couple of years but is quickly gaining an impressive reputation, competing at the top level in British rallying. The weekend saw Will travel north of the border to sit alongside relative rally newbie, Gary McLeod, on the national section of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge event. Read More »

Since creation of the World Rally Ranking, two years ago, Sebastien Loeb has always been in first place alone. After the Rallye de France Hirvonen has reached him at the top of the World Rally Ranking. From January 1st, 2010, the World Rally Ranking establishes with transparent and objective criteria the world ranking of rally drivers and codrivers, and since creation of the World Rally Ranking Sebastien Loeb has always been the Number 1. The ranking, obtained based on the results obtained by each individual rally driver in the international events entered in the FIA calendar. The ranking is updated at today, Thursday  October 11th 2011.   Read More »