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Daily Archives: October 28th, 2012

Event sponsor Jock Armstrong celebrated his fifth Galloway Hills Rally win on Sunday but had to borrow a helmet from another driver to make it to the finish line.

Armstrong and co-driver Kirsty Riddick held a comfortable lead over Aberdeen’s Dave Weston Jnr as they drove to the final stage in Cairn Edward forest.

Before they went into the stage, the Castle Douglas duo decided to clean out the boot of their Subaru Impreza, which was full of water, with the help of their support crew. Read More »

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– Fässler/Lotterer/Tréluyer are the first WEC Driver World Champions
– Two podium places at WEC finale in China
– Successful debut season of the Audi R18 e-tron Quattro

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– Scotsman unable to snatch World “crown” from Audi Sport team-mates despite second place finish in finale

Allan McNish was unable to snatch the FIA World Endurance Championship title from his Audi Sport team-mates despite the Briton posting second place in his hybrid diesel Audi in the eighth and final round of the series in Shanghai today (SUN).

The Dumfries-born Scotsman and co-driver Tom Kristensen (Denmark) finished 58.570secs behind race winners Alex Wurz/Nicolas Lapierre (Toyota) in the 647.49-mile race. Read More »

Bucking the national trend of reduced entries, 69 cars will line up at Dalby Forest on Sunday 4th November for the 10th running of the Malton Forest Rally. This is nine more than last year. Sponsored by MEM PROTON, who prepare Proton S2000 rally cars for the Asia Pacific and IRC championships, this is the 14th year that proprietor Chris Mellors, a former British rally champion, has supported Malton Motor Club events. Read More »