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Daily Archives: July 14th, 2017

– Day 7 of the Silk Way Rally was actually the shortest stage in terms of overall distance covered at 412 kilometres, with some tricky navigation on the 106.6- kilometre timed section. The competitors moved from Kazakhstan into China after the stage, where the rally will conclude next week.
– The Peugeot ‘Dream Team’ celebrated another double podium, with Cyril Despres / David Castera classified 2nd on the stage by only 1min31s, and Sébastien Loeb / Daniel Elena 3rd by 1min37s. Read More »

– Silk Way Rally newcomers Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen celebrate their first leg win at this year’s event.
– Menzies retains third place overall.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul follow up in style with sixth place finish.

American pairing Bryce Menzies and co-driver Peter Mortensen (MINI John Cooper Works Rally #105) drove a superb Leg 7 to take their first leg win in this year’s Silk Way Rally. Read More »

Barnsley rally driver David White was overjoyed to take 13th overall, 11th BRC crew and the BRC4 class honours at last weekend’s Nicky Grist Stages, round five of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship.

Fresh from a maximum points haul at the Ypres Rally in Belgium just a fortnight previously, White along with co-driver son Mathew, once again topped the category in a solid performance during the gruelling two-day mixed surface event in Wales. Read More »

One of the most popular events in the UK rallying calendar will see a new route for 2017, as organisers shake up the format of the EventSigns Woodpecker Stages Rally on 2nd September in Ludlow, Shropshire. Read More »