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Daily Archives: October 6th, 2013

Amy-Williams-and-Tony-Williams-action-shot– Skeleton Gold medallist Amy Williams overcomes adversity to finish trying event in Scotland, making it three in a row

Amy Williams, co-driver for Sky Sports News F1 analyst Tony Jardine,  made it three finishes in a row after the testing Colin McRae Forest Stages in Aberfeldy, Scotland (5 October). The duo finished 12th overall out of the two wheel drive cars and also gained a 2nd in class award. Read More »

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Ralliart Italia France13cVenezuela’s Alejandro Lombardo was delighted to finish second in the WRC 2 Production Cup at Rallye de France in his Ralliart Italy-run Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X. He was pleased to find himself on the podium on his first ever WRC Tarmac round and his first event in Europe. Read More »

awdcwalters13 (1)After our earlier expedition to Sweet Lamb to see the AWDC after 5 years, we got our next visit in within a month as we took in the final round down at Walters Arena. The crews tackled a much longer course than at Sweet Lamb but still made 8 passes and after 6 passes Chris Bird (Milner) appeared to have the event in the bag. A timely excursion on the penultimate test saw him drop over 4 minutes to Andy Degiulio (Milner). With one run left to go Degiulio went faster than Bird to secure a 1m 39s victory. The podium was completed by Martin James (Warrior) a further 3m 40s back on the lower class 7i vehicle. Read More »

David Bogie has made motorsport history by becoming the first driver to win five back-to-back Scottish rally championships.1st_DavidBogie Read More »

WWRS Trackrod13b2013 R.A.C Rally Championship ‘Series 3’ Winner Matt Edwards will once again aim to take to the start of the Classic Roger Albert Clark Rally in little over a months time in his Swift Group and Holton Homes backed Mk2 Escort.

Fresh from an emphatic and popular maiden Historic Rallying victory on last weekends Trackrod Rally in Yorkshire, during which comparatively inexperienced Edwards withstood the pressure of local legend Steve Bannister, the reigning Welsh National Rally Champion and former BTRDA 1400 Series winner will be looking to set the record straight after a heart breaking first stage engine failure on the 2012 event. Read More »