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Daily Archives: October 18th, 2015

Aaron_McClurePR17_15_CamA confident Aaron McClure headed to North Wales last weekend in the hope of picking up an elusive  category win in his Allfloors Express – Yokohama backed Mitsubishi E9 on the final round of the REIS-Ravenol BTRDA Series, the Cambrian Rally.  All was going to plan for the Flookburgh rally ace too as he headed the hotly contested Production Cup runners after the opening two stages, when a complete loss of brakes forced the 2300 Club John Easson Award winner to retire from the lead. Read More »

cambrian15 (63)Galway man Dean Raftery retires from Cambrian Rally as he endures a tough pre-Wales Rally GB test

• Dean Raftery is the latest award winner of the coveted Billy Coleman Young Driver of the year award, supported by Motorsport Ireland and the Irish Sports Council
• Using the final round of the BTRDA Rally Series as a Wales Rally GB test, Raftery retires his Citroen DS3R3MAX after a misheard pace note causes trip into a ditch Read More »

Rhys_Yates_PR10_15_CAM_InActionFresh from victory in the B10 class of the REIS-Ravenol BTRDA Rally Series, Chesterfield rally ace Rhys Yates stamped his mark firmly on the leader board of last weekend’s season finale’ as he took the newly acquired Brettex Site Services M-Sport Ford Fiesta R5 to 11th overall at the Cambrian Rally.  Stepping up to the four wheel drive machine for the event, Yates returned a series of competitive times throughout the day including an impressive fourth overall, despite only having a brief test in the car during the week.   Read More »