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Daily Archives: June 29th, 2014

AaronMcClureRallyingPR7_14_The memories of last year’s rally ending roll were put well behind 19 year old Aaron McClure as he started last weekend’s RSAC Scottish Rally, but it would be the very same stage which would cause his retirement from event the again this year. The likeable Cumbrian called on the efforts of the Allfloors Express Rally Team to repair his Ford fiesta R2 in the service that followed, but the damage sustained to the radiator would put him out of the event just one stage later. Read More »

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Rendina Poland14cAfter a gruelling rally, Ralliart Italy-run Italian pairing Max Rendina and Mario Pizzuti were pleased to finish on top in the FIA WRC 2 Championship Group N Cup this weekend at Rally Poland. Starting the day with almost eight minutes over second-placed Juan Carlos Alonso, their main focus was navigating the stages successfully in their Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X to reach the finish unscathed. They achieved this comfortably and came home first in class to pick up a maximum 25 Group N Cup points. Read More »

Pirelli Star Driver Daniel McKenna took a ‘gritty’ victory at the RSAC Scottish Rally and Citroën Racing Trophy this weekend in his Citroën DS3 after a long day in the hot seat, the young Irishman now leads the MSA British Rally Championship points table. With Arthur Kierans alongside, the duo overcame the dusty conditions both in and out the car to take a the event win, maximum points for Citroën in the MSA British Constructors’ Rally Championship and the newly formed BRC Gravel Cup with over two minutes in hand from the similar DS3 of Callum Black and Paul Wakeley. Read More »

David Bogie kept his nose in front to chalk up a debut win in his new Ford Fiesta R5+ on Saturday’s RSAC Scottish Rally.1st_DavidBogie Read More »