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Daily Archives: June 3rd, 2012

Junior rally driver Craig Rutherford stormed to a class win and 22nd place overall on Sunday’s Jim Clark Reivers Rally – just 48 hours after wrecking his car during pre-event practice. Craig’s service crew worked flat-out to get the youngster’s car back in shape after an accident during Friday testing, and the Isle of Mull driver rewarded their efforts with a fast run over the Borders back lanes. Read More »

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A quality performance by Keith Cronin and co-driver Marshall Clarke saw them record a second MSA British Rally Championship victory of the season this weekend by winning round four, the Jim Clark International Rally. Having taken the lead on a third of the event’s 15 stages, Cronin/Clarke overcame the understandable concerns caused by a recurring broken brake pedal, to cross the finish line one-minute and 16-seconds ahead of their closest rivals, Tom Cave/Craig Parry. Read More »

Round four of the 2012 British Rally Championship saw competitors head for the closed public roads of the Scottish Borders and it turned out to be a weekend of mixed fortunes for the Pirelli TEG Sport Team. Read More »

Darlington rally driver Paul Swift saw his hopes of a good result disappear on the very last stage of this weekend’s Jim Clark National Rally but in the end was counting his blessings as he managed to limp to the finish. Read More »

Once more to the Scottish Borders where it was Keith Cronin & Marshall Clarke (DS3) who took a fine victory, albeit after a late scare on the 2nd run through the Bothwell stage. Thanks to spectators they got going again to win by just over a minute from Tom Cave & Craig Parry (DS3). Jonathan Greer & Gordon Noble (DS3) completed the podium making it an all too familiar clean sweep for the French marque. Read More »