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Daily Archives: May 16th, 2018

– ŠKODA FABIA R5 is the most successful motorsport car in the history of ŠKODA AUTO
– Car number 200 delivered to ŠKODA customer team SRT from Latvia
– 89 private ŠKODA teams of 30 countries achieved 414 victories and won 14 national titles in 2017 alone with the ŠKODA FABIA R5
– During the 2018 season ŠKODA factory crews already won four out of five rounds of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC 2) Read More »

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The battle for Two-Wheel-Drive honours in Sol Rally Barbados 2018 looks set to be a thriller for local fans, as at least six potential winners battle second-for-second with one another, while snapping away at the heels of the 4wd cars. The Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) premier event, Sol RB18 will run from Friday to Sunday, June 1-3, with The Rally Show and Flow King of the Hill (KotH) the previous weekend, May 26/27.

Over the past decade, in which the 2wd battle has often eclipsed the fight for overall honours, seven drivers have won: Neil Armstrong (2011-‘12), Ian Warren (2010 & ’13) and Rhett Watson (2014-‘15) twice, with single wins for Sean Gill (2008), Barry (2017) and Roger (2016) Mayers, plus Jonathan Still (2009), whose 12th overall marks the only time in the event’s 28-year history that the top 10 included no 2wd cars. Roger’s fourth place matched his younger sibling’s 2005 result as the highest-overall finish since the last outright 2wd victory (Roger Skeete, Peugeot 306 S16) in 1997. Read More »

After making a successful comeback in 2017 from a thirteen year sabbatical, the Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally will once again return to the British rally calendar as the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship heads for Dunoon on 23rd June.

Organised by Mull Car Club, regulations for the stage rally in the classic Argyll and Bute forests have now been released and entries are being taken for the fourth round of the Scottish Championship. Read More »